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Fermentis Dry Yeast - Safcider

Fermentis Dry Yeast - Safcider

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Selected from the Champagne region, can be used for all types of ciders, as well as applejack or apple brandy washes. SafCider works well even under difficult fermentation conditions. Adaptable to a wide temperature range between 50-86°F with ideal temperatures between 64-75°F. Works at low pH from 3.3. Low nitrogen requirements: from 150ppm of Yeast Available Nitrogen.  Maximum SO2 level : 70mg/L.  Very good assimilation of fructose. Highly flocculant.

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Good yeast for apple cider
Valued C on Oct 16, 2019
Mixing yeasts for new flavors.
Weston R on Jun 12, 2019
Good yeast for apple cider
Valued C on Oct 16, 2019
The one I use
Paul L on Aug 28, 2019
Mixing yeasts for new flavors.
Weston R on Jun 12, 2019
To make cider
Andrew K on Jan 24, 2019
Because I'm experimenting with making cider. I typically use Red Star Montrachet for cider, but this seems to be a bit more wide ranging.
Brandon G on Oct 29, 2018
makes great cider
Lorin H on Oct 11, 2018
very nice, almost dry, flavorful cider.
Lorin H on Oct 10, 2018
The one I use
Paul L on Aug 28, 2019
To make cider
Andrew K on Jan 24, 2019
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Worked like a champ for my first cider batch
My first batch of cider was just made using this Safcider yeast that I bought from the local Riverside More Beer store. All I did was buy 5 gallons of Stater Bros apple juice and added 1.5 lbs of standard sugar. The OG was 1.064. after 9 days in the fermenter at ~72F the Final gravity reading was 1.000. I'm used to fermenting beer so I wasn't expecting a FG this low. There was absolutely no sweetness since all the sugars were fermented to create a 8.3% ABV cider. After one day of cold crashing I backsweetened with about 1-1/2 12oz cans of frozen apple juice concentrate that I dropped into the keg and then force carbonated. The end result was a nice, dry cider with just a hint of that "musty" cider aroma. I've read that with longer aging before packaging that musty aroma subsides. Not that I'm saying it's unpleasant, just noticeable. But regardless, for 20 minutes of my time and less than $30 I made 5 gallons of great tasting cider in just 10 days. After a few days in the keg I also note that the cider is rather "clear" with just a bit of haze.
Safcider fermented apple juice from 1.064 down to 1.000 in just 8 days!
Safcider fermented apple juice from 1.064 down to 1.000 in just 8 days!
October 23, 2019