I have a big pitch of Kolsch yeast and I finished my first keg of cider on the weekend. So, I'm wondering about using the Kolsch yeast for the next batch of cider. My last one was with lager yeast WY2035 and it was actually very good. I've read before that the yeast doesn't seem to be as important for ciders as for beer but I was wondering if Kolsch yeast was too far off. Given that it naturally produces some fruity characteristics in beer, I was thinking it might lend itself to cider. I know it's gonna take a while to clear.
Right now, unless someone says its gonna be a total disaster, I'm probably going to give it a try.