|Batch Size||Boil Time||IBU||SRM||Est. OG||Est. FG||ABV|
|5 gal||60 min||0.0 IBUs||14.2 SRM||1.084 SG||0.981 SG||13.8 %|
|Apple Cider (Uncle John's 2014 Cider Blend)||41.75 lbs||97.66|
|Brown Sugar, Light||1 lbs||2.34|
|Irish Ale Yeast (WLP004)||White Labs||72%||65°F - 68°F|
|The purpose of this recipe is to keep track of volumes, OG, FG, ABV and tastes.
Gravity of cider 1.042.
Added 1lb of brown sugar for 5 gallons
Brought to 200 degrees for 30 minutes.
Pitched yeast 7:30pm
In brew bucket
Checked gravity. 1.014 5% ABV
Plenty of sweetness. More tart finish than the English yeast batch.
Fermenter had something that looked like soap suds on top. Went away as I was pulling a sample.
Pulled an 8oz sample. It has dried out a bit more. Didn't check gravity. Added 0.4oz (2.4tsp) of POM. Good flavor addition. Pomegranate flavor was slight but wife approved. Added another 0.4oz, wife said too much. Flavor becoming almost wine like. Added 1tsp plain white sugar to 5.5oz. Good extra sweetness. Well probably back sweeten at keg and add 32oz POM.
Kegged. FG:0.996 ABV:7.4%
Added one can apple juice concentrate and 32 ounces POM concentrated pomegranate juice. Good sweetness and good flavor. No other sugar planned to be added at this point.