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Ciders taste like cherries

Discussion in 'General Brewing Techniques' started by reece nash, 25/6/18.

 

  1. reece nash

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    Posted 25/6/18
    Hi guys,
    Long time lurker here. Thought id finally join up. Ive been trying my hand at making cider for a couple years, but over the past year ive found that every batch i make has a distinct 'cherry' flavour. And i havnt been adding cherries. The basic recipes i follow usually include heating apple juice and sugar, putting it in the demijohn then add the yeast after pitching. Ive used a few different yeasts and even a couple of kits too. Still the flavour persists.

    Any ideas?
     

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