Substituting honey with sugar for fruit mead
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by /u/catgoo17
3h ago
how am i supposed to substitute the honey for sugar when following a recipe as i assume i can’t use the same weight in sugar as honey? if i’m supposed to use 1kg of honey how much sugar should i use instead submitted by /u/catgoo17 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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When to add bentonite for clearing?
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by /u/cultureconneiseur
14h ago
I have 5 gallons of Pindo Palm date wine. If you aren't familiar, that is a bright fruity wine similar to a mango in color and taste. I was thinking of clearing this wine with a fining agent such as bentonite. That's what I have on hand now. I've already racked it once after primary and then racked it again once. I was going to rack it one more time before either bottle. The wine is a little cloudy though. Should I add bentonite now or should I have added it earlier? submitted by /u/cultureconneiseur [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Quick K Meta question
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by /u/Sprout_1_
16h ago
I’ve got a totally dry clear and ready to bottle batch of cranberry wine. Planning to add a dose of of K Meta tonight and bottle. Wife wants to drink a bottle tonight. Question is if I add K Meta tonight can we go ahead and drink a bottle tonight too? Or should I wait a bit after adding the K Meta? I’ll post pictures of the finished product later :) submitted by /u/Sprout_1_ [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What are these crystals in my wine jugs?
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by /u/ToyotaCamryPa1
16h ago
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First fruit wine batches!
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by /u/IntrepidProfile9142
18h ago
Our first batches! Literally never done this before. From left to right; Raspberry and lemon fruit juice, run to around 9% abv. With d47 yeast. Still slightly gassy hence the resealable bottles. Took 5 weeks to bottling. Pear wine made from conference pears, run with champagne yeast and then watered down & back sweetened, 13% abv. This batch was... A pain, due to some issues with fermenting and my cat sticking his head in the must to help himself. Took 10 weeks to bottling. Strawberry, cherry and apple fruit juice, run to around 10.5% abv. again with d47. Took 6 weeks to bottling. Hap ..read more
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Red Grape Concetrate - suggestions on what to do with leftover
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by /u/Xochi09
18h ago
I purchased some Red Grape Concentrate, my recipes only required about 1pint of juice but I had to purchase a liter. Does anyone have suggestions of how to use the rest of the concentrate so it doesn't go bad? Thanks! submitted by /u/Xochi09 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Another mold post (unfortunately)
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by /u/Alarmed-News-2137
21h ago
Is this mold? submitted by /u/Alarmed-News-2137 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Some of this years bounty! Does include cider but mainly wine.
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by /u/Organic_Pronouns
23h ago
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Is this normal?
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by /u/EmilioLopezxx1
1d ago
This is day 2 of my first batch. I followed the instructions and the video he provided from “craft a brew wine kit”. I filled to where they said to fill but it’s slowly rising. Will it overflow? If it does what can I do? This is day 1 and day 2 pictures. submitted by /u/EmilioLopezxx1 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Help for winemaking at college dorm
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by /u/Fluid-Bee4270
1d ago
Preferabky with market-bought grape juice. I’ve checked videos online but they all use 5 litre bottles for fermentation and use ingredients according to that however I’m only able to use 0,5 litre or 1 litre plastic bottles. Would love some help submitted by /u/Fluid-Bee4270 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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