Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Here are the EZ Caps instructions that came with the kit, in case you lost them.

Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby ezcaps » Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:53 pm

Here are the instructions that came with the kit in JPG format
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby dopplebock » Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:51 am

Thanks for posting that.

Honey Mead. This is actually called: Cyser: Mead with apples juice added. Sounds good!
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby ezcaps » Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:15 am

dopplebock wrote:Thanks for posting that.

Honey Mead. This is actually called: Cyser: Mead with apples juice added. Sounds good!


Yes! It is a Cyser!

But most people have never heard of the term, but that's OK too.
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby dopplebock » Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:52 am

ezcaps wrote:Yes! It is a Cyser!
But most people have never heard of the term, but that's OK too.


i'm really excited about doing up a mead, but i'll probably boil the wort a few minutes first. i know that honey itself is not a great fermentable and many people use some yeast nutrients in it. with the added apple juice however i think that would be enough sweets for the yeast to feast on.
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby ezcaps » Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:39 pm

dopplebock wrote:
ezcaps wrote:Yes! It is a Cyser!
But most people have never heard of the term, but that's OK too.


i'm really excited about doing up a mead, but i'll probably boil the wort a few minutes first. i know that honey itself is not a great fermentable and many people use some yeast nutrients in it. with the added apple juice however i think that would be enough sweets for the yeast to feast on.


I don't mind adding extra steps. Boiling the honey and straining off the foam that rises to the top is said to lessen the mead hangover.
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby dopplebock » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:18 am

ezcaps wrote:I don't mind adding extra steps. Boiling the honey and straining off the foam that rises to the top is said to lessen the mead hangover.


or just consuming less. Hmmm... that's not easy with a good mead! :lol:
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby cidermaker » Tue Feb 09, 2010 3:30 am

Just made the basic cider but I'm wanting to experiment and see if I can make a spiced cider anyone have any experience with this one?
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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby Birmingham » Thu May 27, 2010 6:26 pm

Hello from the Midlands in England.
New to this forum and just recieved our kit.... many thanks...
Got started today.... BUT how the hell do you measure 0.06ml OR 1/16 of a teaspoon of the yeast.... please help.... :D

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Re: Here are the instructions that came with the kit

Postby nursgon » Fri May 28, 2010 3:00 am

I know where your comming from here is a link to a set of spoons
http://purebulk.com/measuring-spoons-stainless-steel
spoon marked "PINCH" is 1/8 tsp
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