I've posted this in a couple of other boards, but I need some help. Y'all helped me figure out why my apples are so tiny, but still tasty
I apparently bought a crab apple tree several years ago, it was allegedly a Grannysmith. Anyway it has about a bushel of very tasty one inch diameter apples. My dogs used to eat them, now a pair of wild turkeys have moved in and are eating them, but my wife has been competing with the turlkeys this year. She wants me to make a cider with them but I don't have a press or access to one. How can I use them to make cider?
Thanks in advance for all your help.
On Tap:Flanders Red, Porter,Belgian Ball Buster,ESB,Sticke Alt,Rye Pale,Apple Rauchbier,Saison
Lagering/conditioning: Apple Rauchbier,,Vanilla Bourbon Porter,Brett saison,Pecan Rauchbier
Bottled:Crabapple cider,Cherry Brett,Prickly Pear Mead,Black Braggot,Sour Pumpkin
On deck:Wheat IPA