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i made wine

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Dick Quickwood, Jul 16, 2004.

  1. Dick Quickwood

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    i made wine

    Discussion started by Dick Quickwood - Jul 16, 2004

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    here is an early batch, it started fermenting soon after i put the yeast in. an animal bit it though, at least i think that's what happened, and it leaked out. so i made some more in a glass container, and tested it out a few minutes ago.

    here's how i made it

    apple juice
    yeast

    i put some apple juice in a bottle, then put a spoonful of yeast in. then i opened the cap for the gas to escape, then sat it down, for two or three days. next time i may experiment with other juices, or adding sugar.
     
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    High Priest - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    My friends older brother spent a few weeks in county recently and picked up a recipe for Pruno. Turns out it actually works pretty well, tho i wont drink it on account of hearing people going blind after a couple drinks. Hope the stuff you cooked up works better.
     
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    Pfffffffffft - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    good luck arcel..

    i know a redneck who has spent lots of money to try and make wine and it just came out ok

    i got free wine because i bartend and would save him empty bottles...

    im sure you know there is a little more to winemaking than just adding a little yeast to juice..
     
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  4. AREANKAY

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    AREANKAY - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    I drank wine on bastille day and watched the tour as uaual
     
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  5. Dick Quickwood

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    Dick Quickwood - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    obviously not

    High preist: haha, pruno
     
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    Don't Panic - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    Have you actually tasted that shit yet?
    Looks pretty fucking foul.
    But cheers for actually yielding results, most people just bullshit about how cool it would be to do things like this and never follow through. Like myself.
     
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    Dick Quickwood - Replied Jul 16, 2004


    i put some ice in a cup and drank it, i was already kind of drunk, so i don't know for sure how bad it is.
     
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    Pinup - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    dude, turn this into a real project... that could be awesome.

    grow grapes and everything from the A to the Z !!
     
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    CrazyLazy - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    My orange juice fermented by itself once.
     
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    why write? - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    thats hot...i wanna try that now
     
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  11. KING BLING

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    KING BLING - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    Apple Wine

    Yields one gallon

    1 gallon Fresh Apple Cider
    1 tsp. Yeast Nutrient
    1 pound Sugar
    1 crushed Campden Tablet
    1.5 tsp. Acid Blend
    1 package Wine Yeast
    .5 tsp. Pectic Enzyme
    .25 tsp. Grape Tannin

    Put juice into a primary fermenter bucket and immediately add the crushed campden tablet, all other ingredients except yeast, and stir well.

    Cover loosely, and wait 24 hours. Add yeast, and stir daily. After 4-5 days, crush another campden tablet, place in glass secondary, and siphon into glass and put airlock and stopper on top.

    In 3 weeks, siphon off of sediment into clean glass jug, along with 1/2 campden tablet, and re-attach airlock and stopper. Siphon along with 1/2 campden every 30 days for at least 2 more times, and again if still sediment. To sweeten slightly, add 1/2 tsp stabilizer, then 1/2 cup dissolved sugar per gallon. Wait 2-3 days, then bottle and cork.

    http://www.homebrewmart.com/winereci.html
     
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    yeaaaah baby - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    i made root beer a few years ago. tasted pretty good also!
     
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    WebsterUno - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    did it taste good?
    im talking about the wine.

    how do you make root beer?
     
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    yeaaaah baby - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    i know your talkin wine, but root beer still ferments. i forget how you do it, i could maybe dig up a recipe, or you could google it. there is root beer extract that you can get at brewing places. you need water and yeast. after that i'm not sure
    *edit*
    if you want to make root beer pick some of this up.
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  15. CrazyLazy

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    CrazyLazy - Replied Jul 16, 2004

    ^^^^hahaha. That's cool.
     
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