Mangrove Jack Strawberry & Pear Cider


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Product Description

Fresh strawberries coupled with juicy pear. This cider is sweet and fruity, especially good when served chilled on a hot summer’s eve.

ABV Approx: 4.7%

Style: Sweet

Colour: Pink

Makes: 23L

Each of our cider varieties has been formulated with only the freshest and best quality fruit which is then pressed and concentrated using our state of the art evaporators, and then cold filled into a pouch. All this effort we go to ensures we preserve the natural flavour of the fruit, giving you cider which is fresh, crisp and especially good on a hot summer’s day. If you don’t like apples, just remember a cider a day also keeps the doctor away.

1 Kg of Dextrose needs to be purchased in addition. 

Additional information

Weight 2.00 kg
Dimensions 20 x 20 x 20 cm

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    Too many to list in Too many to list in fact. I would tell you to get a book on brewing. Wine is eaesir to do only because it requires less steps then beer. Of brewing relies upon yeast to eat sugar and create alcohol. How much alcohol it takes depends on how much sugar was at the begging and the yeast itself.What come out in the end varied from batch to batch. These variances are usually due to increments but can also be things like the temperature at which it was brewed. Recipes are like opinions. There are about as many recipes as there are people brewing that recipe. Do not get so caught up in finding the exact one.I would suggest you start by getting a kit. Follow the instructions and get an idea of what to expect. After this invest in some brewing equipment. The equipment is fairly minimal and are things like a plastic bucket and glass bottle. The entire setup can be obtained for under $100. The only real reoccurring costs you have is what you store the product in (this would be bottles). The kit will give you an idea of what to do, give you step by step instructions and introduce you to brewing. If you have a beer kit it will most likely have extracts rather then grain. If you have a wine kit it will have concentrated juice instead of fruit. As you get more familiar with it you can invest in some extra equipment (a mesh bag for wine, a mashing tun for beer, etc). But for now take it slow and simple.Try a few kits, see how you like them, get an idea of the differences in what you brew. Taste the wort (that is the raw stuff you brew) to see what it tastes like. After primary fermentation taste it again. And when you bottle it taste it a third time. Get a feel for what it is you are brewing and what it should taste like. When you want to start on newer things you will already know how to brew and what it was like. It is not a difficult thing to do. But it can be very ominous to someone who has never brewed. You can also check out local homebrew shops, see if they have classes, or see if someone is willing to show you how they brew. Most brewers are quite proud of their work and would be very happy to demonstrate to you. It is possible they also have a local brewing club. There are plenty of places to get help.

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