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Yes, when it's done, keep it refrigerated. I refrigerate the cider and rack to a new container when the yeast drops out. There's still going to be some yeast in there and they will be a little active in the fridge. I've noticed that after I let the cider age 6 months to a year, the yeast that's left over actually carbonates it nicely. I've never bottled it in glass, if you do, you want some yeast in there for carbonation. If you force carbonate, you don't need the yeast but they won't hurt anything. It'll be an extra step to get rid of them.Good Luck.
I'm doing my first hard ciders using your recipe. From my research, it seems that the results should be kept refrigerated? The yeast is not dead but just asleep due to cold shock and racking? In other words, more would need to be done to bottle this recipe like pasteurization or chemicals to kill the yeast for sure, correct?
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