How much apple cider can one-third of a bushel of apples produce?

How much apple cider can one-third of a bushel of apples produce?

Sunday, September 24, 2017

5:45 PM

How much apple cider can one-third of a bushel of apples produce?

  • 1 quart
  • 1 gallon
  • 2 quarts
  • 2 gallons

Clipped from: http://triviahive.com/answer/EAF141B80221C63F

· 1 quart 31.6%

· 1 gallon 37.6%

One-third of a bushel of apples, or about 36 apples, will produce approximately 1 gallon of apple cider. A favorite of the autumn season, apple cider is just apples with nothing else added. After washing, cut apples are ground into a thin consistency like applesauce. This mash is then wrapped in cloth and loaded onto wooden racks. A hydraulic press then squeezes it. The juice is then collected in refrigerated tanks. Source: Reference.com

· 2 quarts 22.3%

· 2 gallons 8.47%

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