Kevnlis wrote: A lot of orchards spray the fruit with bacteria which kill targeted species of insects. It is mostly not harmful to humans in the quantities found on the final product, but if it were allowed to grow exponentialy it could become very dangerous.
and nothing else. This will taste OK. Also if I add fresh fruit to it do I have to kill wild yeast in all types of fruit or just apples.some Wyeast 4766 (cider yeast).
does this practice count as organic? if not then any easy way around it is to get organic fruit.
Pom wrote:guys call me stupid or just a novice brewer.
I just put down my firstr cider on sunday, a BR cider kit with 7l of apple juice and 1l pear juice. with 250g lactose.
After reading your posts am I of the understanding that I can do away with the kit and use only fruit juice and addsome Wyeast 4766 (cider yeast).
drsmurto wrote:Pruned my 3 apple trees - well, if using a chainsaw can be called pruning
drsmurto wrote:10 new varieties, all french, all cider
Pollux wrote:drsmurto wrote:Pruned my 3 apple trees - well, if using a chainsaw can be called pruning
Thank you, now I need to clean up the coke I just spat on the laptop....
That reminded me of my old man, who has a catch phrase of "Don't force it, get the bigger hammer".........
drsmurto wrote:trees are >70 years old and were towering over the house
drsmurto wrote:Can send them to you if you are ready to graft them ASAP.
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