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comment Tips for making Cider from apples
One way to stop small batches at a specific dryness is to pasteurize it to kill the yeast (easy to do on the stove top, bring to 185 F for 5-10 minutes) at the abv you want, then force carbonating it to get the bubbles. There are several "carbonators" that use small CO2 cartridges and 2 L bottles for this process, if you aren't kegging. If you use backsweetening, splenda works well without the bitterness of other artificial sweeteners and yeast won't process it.
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