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"Makeyourowndrinks" Cider smells like sulfur and turned a brownish colour, is this normal?

Sulfur odor is usually a sign of poor yeast heath and/or high sulfur levels in water Color is change is most likley just yeast in suspension offsetting the true color. Sulfur odor is usually gassed ...
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"Makeyourowndrinks" Cider smells like sulfur and turned a brownish colour, is this normal?

Strong "rotten egg" smells are always subjective ("one man's horrendous stench is another man's garlic"). I have noticed some sulphurous smells when producing "fruit ciders" as well as lagers, ...
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"Makeyourowndrinks" Cider smells like sulfur and turned a brownish colour, is this normal?

Don't have experience with this specific set, but I made cider few times. Sulfur smell is not normal. OK, there are specific ale strains that give it no matter what, but most of the times it means ...
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Adding sugar to a brown pumpkin ale

In combination with crystal 60 I have found a little molasses goes pretty far at getting a more toffee like presence in browns and porters. For 5 gallons I'd say 1/3rd to 1/2 cup. But your palate is ...
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