Pumpkin Cider

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  1. Vixen

    Vixen New Member

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    Hello all. I am looking for a pumpkin cider recipe. Please can some with a tried and trusted favourite recipe could please email me. I am wanting to make a super pumpkin cider for my grandmother, 89yrs old, who had this in her youth! Thank you Tamara
     
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    Cool never herd of a pumpkin cider wow I hope someone here can help you sounds interesting.
     
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    Sorry, I can't help, I am not a fan of pumpkin in any kind of beverage. Which is odd as I love pumpkin pie, muffins, and such
     
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    It's the pumpkin spice I don't like. Pumpkin itself is very bland, almost no flavor. It's the stuff used to tart it up.
     
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    So more of the nutmeg and cinnamon flavor then
     
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    Like many, I don't mind it in baked goods. But I really don't want to drink pumpkin bread. For my fall drop, I'm doing a cranberry amber Belgian-style ale. Doesn't fall into any clear BJCP category and it was a 2.5 gallon extract batch. Done in three hours. I may have to do extract more often, particularly on these experimentals.
     
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