Is a cider considered still, even if there are a few bubbles of carbonation?
I want to enter my first cider this afternoon for NHC. I've kegged my cider, holding at 40F, at 12 psi. Out of the keg, there are some bubbles that stick to the side of the glass and very few rising up through the cider. A gentle swirl of the cider doesn't seem to produce any significant co2 release, just the few bubbles. So few that if I took a picture, I count probably count how many bubbles were in suspension very easily.
I'm thinking still...do you think that is accurate?