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Old 07 September 2010, 16:27   #11
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Are you going to show us the upgraded model?
Yeah, waiting for the postman. My "orchard" is growing up and it looks like I'm in for a bumper crop so I need something bigger...
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Old 07 September 2010, 19:11   #12
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I didn't know they were partial to the old electric lemonade in the Fatherland. Hope a grand machine like that isn't being wasted over there, producing alkohol-frei
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Old 09 September 2010, 06:05   #13
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While checking the competition, I saw this. Poor guy, his wife is selling his toy box!

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Vigo 12 litre cider press and crusher. My husband bought this with all good intentions but football and the pub got in its way, he has made just 1 pint of cider and it is just sitting in our shed unused.
You have to have some respect for a guy who's spending too much time down the pub to make his own cider

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I thought the idea behind home brew was to produce some shant on the cheap
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I thought the idea behind home brew was to produce some shant on the cheap
Beer and wine yes, cider from apples no. It's hard physical work and requires either ingenious home made equipment or expensive purpose made kit.

I started with a 4"x4"x5' apple bashing pole and a press made from an old keg driven by a car jack.

I'm now at the upper end of the hobby scale. In two years, I'll be producing a reliable surplus....
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I'm now at the upper end of the hobby scale. In two years, I'll be producing a reliable surplus....
Look forward to receiving an invite to willk's orchard in 2012
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A workmate created a website for his Pompey Cider, he uses a garden shredder and a bottle jack.

http://www.pompeycider.com/index.php...page&Itemid=53
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A workmate created a website for his Pompey Cider, he uses a garden shredder
LOL - he used to:

"The garden shredder above was used on our first year but internally the chute had some bear mild steel. This went a beautifull blue colour but forntunately didn't taint the apple juice. I guess the the contact was transiant.....and we are all still living with good okay eyesite :-) "

It's a problem with garden shredders - they have a lot of non-stainless and less than food grade plastic in them and apple juice is very aggressive*. Very hit and miss, that's why I bought the item now for sale. He looks like he's on the ball though!

* My cider can be, too
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Aha .. all those landrover bits, and outboard parts and then

'SHELLYS LADIES DIAMANTE BOW BLACK SATIN HEELS'

I thought as much .. you'd better come clean son
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Aha .. all those landrover bits, and outboard parts and then

'SHELLYS LADIES DIAMANTE BOW BLACK SATIN HEELS'

I thought as much .. you'd better come clean son
That sounds familiar

Have you been necking the Heads & Tails again?
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