|Touring In Wine Country: Bordeaux|
|by Hubrecht Duijker|
Each book in this bestselling series, edited by Hugh Johnson, the world's foremost wine writer, offers a comprehensive and inspirational guide to ...
21 - 30 of 71 for no yeast wine
Mix sugar and other ingredients in jug. Fill the rest of gallon jug within 1 inch of top with warm water and hope the ABLE men don't get you. Stretch ...
Cut beets in ... soft. Drain and strain. Mix in sugar, then stir well. When cool, add yeast cake. Let ferment in bottles. Cork when fermenting is finished.
Combine rhubarb, almond ... the sugar and yeast. Dissolve gelatin ... and cork. After 3 months, bottle. Siphon very carefully. Looks innocent, but beware!!
Fill jug with ... down again your wine should be ready. ... Please be sure that your jug has been sterilized. Also be sure to use a large heavy duty balloon.
Pour 1 gallon ... Cool. Then add yeast and leave to ... also mentions putting wine in "cask." Katie ... summer and picking dandelions to make this wine.
Pour water over ... sugar, fruit and yeast. Fruit can ... not stir. May be cloudy but clears with age. Is best after aging one year. Made best in crock.
Mix all together. ... string. When balloon inflates and then goes completely down, wine is done. Takes about 2 weeks. (While making, let stand in warm place.)
Mix well and pour in jug. Fill to jug neck with water. Place balloon over mouth of jug. Set aside for 30 days or until mixture stops working. Balloon ...
Dissolve sugar in juice with yeast and enough distilled ... decanters or ordinary canning jars with tight fitting lids are best for storing finished wine.
Lay rhubarb stalks ... bottle. Test the wine liquid or "must" ... the top with no air in it. ... bottles or jugs and cap. Makes about 4 gallons of wine.
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