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> Does commercial hard cider negatively effect draft quality?, Specifically does it effect the lines in any way?
Thorhale
post Jan 27 2012, 07:06 PM
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Title says it all, what say you?
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post Jan 27 2012, 09:15 PM
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QUOTE(Thorhale @ Jan 27 2012, 06:06 PM) *
Title says it all, what say you?



A bit more detail on this, I was told that it has to do with the fact that there is more sugar in cider. The bar tender said that the same problem exists when switching lines up between ales and lagers.
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post Jan 28 2012, 09:24 AM
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I do notice if I drink a home brewed cider in a glass, the next beer I pour into it foams heavily even if I rinse the glass well. Some of my ciders in bottles require some heavy duty cleaning to reuse them. They have a cloudy film coating the inside. I don't believe this is sugar but some other hard compound that causes CO to be released when it dissolves into the next liquid that it comes in contact with.

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post Jan 28 2012, 04:29 PM
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QUOTE(BobH @ Jan 28 2012, 08:24 AM) *
I do notice if I drink a home brewed cider in a glass, the next beer I pour into it foams heavily even if I rinse the glass well. Some of my ciders in bottles require some heavy duty cleaning to reuse them. They have a cloudy film coating the inside. I don't believe this is sugar but some other hard compound that causes CO to be released when it dissolves into the next liquid that it comes in contact with.

Bob




It seems that even the next cider to go on would display those issued then
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