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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Eastern,Pa
Re: berry wines
The soaking in Vodka makes a sort-of brandy type booze, a lot like rocket fuel.
I puree them, add 1 1b. of sugar per half gallon.
Start two yeast packets in warm water, sit aside until it starts to work.
Dump the working yeast into the puree and sugar.
Put an airlock on the top of the container, and let it alone for three months, in the dark, above 60 degrees.
If you did it right, you have pretty darn good wine.
Pump it out with a pump of syphon, don't pour it or stir up the junk ( Mother ) on the bottom.
That's simple Mickey Mouse wine, it works perfect.
There are much more refined ways to do it, but that's really all it takes.
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