My neighbor had a commercial cider press. The cider was really good. As kids,we would help bottle the cider. Now it has to be pasturized, and that is when the neighbor shut down and sold the press. His orchard went to he!!
I am sure you will have fun making and consuming your cider, and I bet it will get better as the wood ages.
Re: Time to make Cider in reply to Rollie NE PA, 09-26-2013 16:54:29
I've been drawing one up that fits under my sons verticle log splitter. Basically a perforated tub with a spout . Splitter up on elevated platform. I believe you can still buy the cider press chamois material to line tub with. Shredder is next.I loves me cider and it freezes good too. Cider year around..that's my dream. RB
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