Jimbo's Apple Thread

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Re: Jimbo's Apple Thread

Post by SwollenGoat23 » Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:57 pm

Personally,
I would keep it "as is". That's the best part of our hobby here, "how many different tastes can I make"!!
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Re: Jimbo's Apple Thread

Post by Farside » Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:08 pm

I jacked it to about 30% but it was pretty rough, so I ran it through a spirit run and it turned out awesome. Bursting with apples and a long finish of candy apple / toffee. It's so good I went ahead and I'm in the process of jacking my entire batch of cider.

It's now on toasted, uncharred apple wood. I'm checking it every week to make sure I don't overdo the wood. Tough job but I guess someone has t do it :-)

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