Cider Brewing Made SIMPLE

Friday, September 6, 2013

Cider is the most simple of brews and one I recommend to anyone looking to get into the hobby but spend the least amount of money. No need to fret over the often times complicated directions that are too detailed for your first cider. Making cider is easy and as long as you are relatively careful, sanitary and follow the steps you'll have great cider in no time. Details come later, cider comes now!


MoreBeer.com - Absolutely Everything! for making your own beer at home.


Sanitize Everything.

Pour aerated (preservative free!) cider into container

Pitch your favorite yeast
and wait two + weeks.


Not so bad, right? If you want more details about cider brewing, check out any of the recipes with the Cider Brewing tag or buy a great book about it (shown below). If you don't have any equipment yet checkout our Small Ciderhouse post and pickup your stuff from MoreBeer.com for a great deal & free shipping. If you already have a kegging setup I recommend trying out the method I use for my Fresh Cider; fermenting, naturally carbonating and serving from the same keg!

Once you've made your first cider then you can start to worry about the details and begin to improve. Plenty of advice here, other SIMPLE directions and don't forget that we're not just for all grain brewers!

Cheers-


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