The simple question about whether someone’s hard cider looks okay usually occurs during two specific times. The first is during fermentation when yeast form what can be called a krausen or a white or brown yeast cap. The second time is after fermentation has completed and the cider is aging or maturing. During the aging … Continue reading Cider Question: Does my cider look okay?
A layer or film formed by yeast on the top of hard cider when exposed to oxygen during storage. So you open the lid to your bucket or peer through the glass of your carboy and what do you find, some gnarly looking whitish film, crust, or even little island floating on the surface. What … Continue reading Film Yeast – Flor – Pellicle