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Filtering Wines/Ciders

Discussion in 'General Brewing Techniques' started by Machiavelli, 20/6/18.


  1. Machiavelli


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    Posted 20/6/18
    Hi all.
    So my girlfriend has a yeast allergy, so she can't drink most of the stuff at liquor stores, which is why I started making homebrew, in the hopes that I could make some yeast free drinks for her.
    I know that yeast is crucial for making alcohol, but we found a mead and a cider that she can drink, proving that its possible to filter out enough yeast so she can drink it without getting sick.

    Does anyone here have any experience with filtering yeast out? Especially if you have a yeast allergy and do it for that reason, that would be so very helpful.
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