hist-brewing: green apple flavour (was:wild yeast....)

Pug Bainter pug at pug.net
Thu Apr 6 06:46:31 PDT 2000

Angus (angus at iamawitch.com) said something that sounded like:
> >Many home brewers have claimed for years that a high sugar wort will
> >produce a cidery beer.  Is this perhaps your source?
> Odd, I've never heard of this or encountered it myself.

The only time I've encountered is by the use of standard table sugar.
This is something I'll use with my ciders to enhance the flavor/smell.


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