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An apple base provides a fruit forward flavor that is well balanced with a subtle sweetness of ripe blueberries. Highly refreshing!

Checkout the kit instructions on the "Product Documentation" tab, to see just how easy these kits are to make!

Kit Yield: 6 Gallons
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 4.7%
Color: Medium Rose

Additional Items Needed
This kit comes with all the necessary ingredients, but you'll need the following equipment/additives in addition (see links below). If you already brew wine and or beer, chances are you already have most of these items!:

  • 2 lbs. of Corn Sugar
  • A 6.5 gallon (or bigger) fermenting vessel
  • Cleanser and sanitizer
  • Carbonation Drops
  • Enough bottles for 6 gallons of cider
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Super Quick and Delicious!
This is the third Cider House Select kit I have made and it was just as good as the others! Always a hit with people and very drinkable. Great blueberry flavor and I will say the flavor really pops after a good month or longer in the bottle. It takes no time at all to make one, almost feels a little too simple but its a good filler in the rotation. It does require two pounds of corn sugar + 5oz -3/4 cup at bottling so don't forget that! I'll be making all these kits for sure.
Oct 27, 2015  |  By Casey Renick

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