Carbonated 1 gallon of cider in about 12 minutes after working out a few minor details out like tightening all the connections, putting the transfer pump in the correct direction, and replacing a leaky disconnect.
This Hard Cider from store bought apple cider came out amazing and very dry which is the way I prefer it! Love Honey Crisp Apples so this really hit was a great Hard Apple Cider.
Of course if you don’t have a transfer pump like I already own it might make more sense to either but the transfer pump system and then the parts so you end up with two great tools or just buy a Blichmann Quick Carb out right.
Here are some links if you choose to but the Blichmann quick carb:
(so you can check latest pricing)
Items you will need:
Home Beer Brewing Stainless Steel Inline Aeration Diffusion Stone Assembly
3 links as they sell out a lot.
Super Sucker Transfer Pump
Transfer Pump that would require 12v plug to be wired
SS Carbonation Cap
SS Carbonation Cap x 2 (better value)
Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit (out of stock usually)
Cider Yeast used – Fermentis SafCider – Dry Cider Yeast
Peptic Enzyme – 1 lb (best value)
Peptic Enzyme – 2 oz (small amount)
1 gal jug with bubbler and stopper
4 – 1 gallon pack with bubblers and stoppers.
Brewing America Pro Series standard triple scale hydrometer for beer/wine/mead – complete kit