The manufacture of cider and perry, reduced to rules

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1828
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Page 35 - ... having no longer any tendency to ferment, but, on the contrary, checking the fermentation of that which is racked off, and if it loses its brightness, it is no longer easily recovered. A fresh fermentation usually commences after racking, and if it become violent, a...
Page 36 - ... kindled, lowered down into the cask, and held, by the end undipped, until it be well lighted, and the bung be driven in, thus suspending...
Page 34 - ... from the bottom ; after which the remainder is to be filtered through a canvas or flannel bag. This filtered liquor differs from the reft in having a higher colour ; having no longer any tendency to ferment, but, on the contrary, checking the fermentation...
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Page 34 - ... having a higher colour, having no longer any tendency to ferment ; but, on the contrary, checking the fermentation of that which is racked off; and if it loses its brightness, it is no longer easily recovered.
Page 35 - ... or six times : but if only a small degree of fermentation takes place, which is called fretting. it is allowed to remain in the same cask, though even here the degree of fermentation which requires racking is by no means determined. Mr.
Page 8 - ... imbued with the grateful flavour of the rinds, and the agreeable aromatic bitter of the kernels, that it...
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