Cider

Homebrewed Hard Lemonade

I’m a strong believer in having a non-beer option on tap as part of my homebrew lineup. I like to make homebrew tasting a large part of the experience of visiting my home, and I think that having a non-beer option is a great way to avoid excluding people who don’t drink beer from the experience. Even beer lovers will enjoy a glass of this light, refreshing hard lemonade! I brewed all of the beer for my best friend’s wedding this summer, which is an awesome experience for any homebrewer! We decided that we needed to have a non-beer option on tap for those at the wedding who wanted an alcoholic beverage but did not drink beer. We had discussed doing a cider, but some of my ciders have turned out really well and others have…not. I’m still working on getting my cider dialed in, but until...

Guava Apple Cider

Simple apple cider fermented and backsweetened with Guava Nectar. Print Recipe Guava Apple Cider Simple apple cider fermented and later backsweetened with Guava Nectar. The guava flavor comes through nicely and adds a nice sweetness that compliments the tartness of the cider. Brewed it as an experiment and already planning on making more! Servings: 5 Gallons Ingredients4 Gallons Pasteurized Apple Cider Make sure there are no stabilizers in it! 4 Containers Goya Guava Nectar 2 in fermentation and 2 for backsweetening2 12oz Containers Apple Juice Concentrate (Frozen) For Backsweetening1 Packet Nottingham Ale Yeast InstructionsAdd the 4 gallons of pasteurized apple cider or juice and 2 containers of the guava nectar to a sanitized carboy. Pitch the yeast according to the instructions on the p...