Make tasty cider yourself with little alcohol

Make tasty cider yourself with little alcohol

Portions: 10 persons | Preparation: 40321 minutes

A homemade apple cider is a fragrant and flavorful drink, low in alcohol, that tastes best chilled.

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Make tasty cider yourself with little alcohol
Make tasty cider yourself with little alcohol

Portions: 10 persons | Preparation: 40321 minutes

A homemade apple cider is a fragrant and flavorful drink, low in alcohol, that tastes best chilled.

Please review recipe:

Ø 5 out of 5 stars ( 6 votes )

Season: Autumn, Winter | Region: Europe | Preparation: Cold preparation | Menu: Alcoholic drinks | Cuisine: Scottish recipes

Ingredients

  • 8-9 kg of apples
  • 500-750 g of sugar

Instructions

  1. Quarter the apples and cut out the core.
  2. Use a juicer to squeeze the juice out of the apples.
  3. Pour into a large glass container, it should be about 5 liters.
  4. If the apples taste tart-sweet, go here 50 grams of sugar per liter may be added.
  5. Stir well with a wooden spoon.
  6. Sweet apples do not require the addition of sugar at this step.
  7. Place an odor trap on the appropriate bottle.
  8. Let stand in a dark place at room temperature .
  9. After 5-7 days, when the stopper stops bubbling, strain the cider through a Molton cloth folded in several layers.
  10. The sediment should remain on the bottom of the glass container.
  11. Now decant the cider into other glasses so that it does not reach the neck of these containers.
  12. Add sugar again. About 80 g per liter should be used.
  13. Stir with a wooden spoon.
  14. Reattach the odor trap.
  15. Leave the cider to stand in a dark place at room temperature for another week.
  16. Then strain the drink again through several layers of Molton cloth .
  17. Pour the cider into 1.5 liter plastic bottles.
  18. Add a tablespoon of sugar to each bottle.
  19. Do not fill the bottles to the top.
  20. Now the alcoholic drink should be left in a dark place at room temperature .
  21. Once the bottles harden, the bottles should be kept in a cool place.

Utensils

  • juicer
  • glass container
  • trap
  • molleton cloth