How to Pasteurize and Stabilize Wine Cider and Mead (you don’t need those sulfites and sorbates)

How to stabilize and pasteurize wine cider and mead without sulfites and sorbates. It’s very simple really. Pasteurization will stabilize your wine cider and mead. Doing pasteurization safely and correctly is key. Sulfites and sorbates don’t actually kill yeast, and people have fermented juices containing them, but what will kill yeast is pasteurization. In this video, we show a simple way to kill yeast using pasteurization to stabilize your wine cider and mead.
It’s very important to realize you don’t ALWAYS have to pasteurize.

This is also the third in our Sparkling Sweet Spiced Cider series, the other two videos are here:
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