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Black Chokeberry Wine Recipe

Some winemakers consider black chokeberry a useless plant which can’t be used in winemaking. But it’s about time we to dispel this myth. What better way to do this than to start with the best black chokeberry wine recipe, which has been tested out numerous times. The winemaking process is …

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Homemade Beer from Malt Extract of Beer Wort—Guide for Beginners

Making beer from extract sounds pretty appealing to newbies because it allows making real homemade beer without any malt (grains) and special equipment. All you need is a cooking pot and fermentation vessel. Doing everything in accordance with this method will let you produce beer that’s much better than most …

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Banana Wine Recipe

Homemade Banana Wine

Homemade banana wine is a fragrant beverage with honey color, light fruit flavor, and overall quite unique taste. The cooking technology is different from the traditional winemaking because bananas don’t give out juice and other substances that easy. But even newbies will be able to master this banana wine recipe. …

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Crab apple Wine recipe

Crab apple Wine recipe

Siberian crabapple is a small-fruited variety of apple that yields a huge amount of tiny sweet fruits not bigger than 15 grams each. They are very common in the Ural, Altay and Russian Far East. In the vernacular, they are simply called Chinese apples. Thanks to the huge amount of …

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Pomegranate Moonshine recipe – With or Without Sugar

Pomegranate moonshine recipe

  Pomegranate moonshine is one of the most challenging beverages in terms of the at-home preparation of wash, as raw materials are quite peculiar. Following this method will let you obtain distillate with a characteristic aroma and mild flavor—there’s no such thing available on the market. Undamaged ripe and overripe …

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Moonshine & Vodka

Pomegranate Moonshine recipe – With or Without Sugar

Pomegranate moonshine recipe

  Pomegranate moonshine is one of the most challenging beverages in terms of the at-home preparation of wash, as raw materials are quite peculiar. Following this method will let you obtain distillate with a characteristic aroma and mild flavor—there’s no such thing available on the market. Undamaged ripe and overripe …

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Pineapple Moonshine Recipe

Pineapple moonshine recipe

Following this Pineapple Moonshine recipe will allow you to make perfect distillate with a discreet pineapple fragrance. With the right approach, you’ll be able to get as much pineapple aroma as possible while retaining a mild taste. Theory. Ripe pineapples contain up to 15% of sugar. That means that 2.2 lbs/1 kilo …

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Moonshine Clarification with Citric Acid

Moonshine clarification with citric acid

There’s a chance that the remains of yeast might burn when heated in a distillation still, eventually spoiling the taste and smell of your moonshine. Clarification of wash before distillation minimizes the risk of ruining organoleptic properties of the distillate. The most commonly used substances for clarification are bentonite (recommended), …

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The Best Moonshine From Preserve Recipe

Preserve Moonshine recipe

If you have some old or fermented preserve don’t be too fast to get rid of it. You can give a second life to this product by making moonshine from preserve following this simple recipe. You’ll be able to make a perfect wash, which then can be distilled to make …

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Classic Bread Vodka

Bread Vodka RECIPE

As lately as hundred years ago bread vodka was used as a cure for many diseases. This drink was popular in Russia and Ukraine—in both countries there were enough raw materials for it. But then this fragrant moonshine was forgotten. But we still have the chance to revive the traditions …

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Wine

Black Chokeberry Wine Recipe

Some winemakers consider black chokeberry a useless plant which can’t be used in winemaking. But it’s about time we to dispel this myth. What better way to do this than to start with the best black chokeberry wine recipe, which has been tested out numerous times. The winemaking process is …

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Banana Wine Recipe

Homemade Banana Wine

Homemade banana wine is a fragrant beverage with honey color, light fruit flavor, and overall quite unique taste. The cooking technology is different from the traditional winemaking because bananas don’t give out juice and other substances that easy. But even newbies will be able to master this banana wine recipe. …

Read More »

Crab apple Wine recipe

Crab apple Wine recipe

Siberian crabapple is a small-fruited variety of apple that yields a huge amount of tiny sweet fruits not bigger than 15 grams each. They are very common in the Ural, Altay and Russian Far East. In the vernacular, they are simply called Chinese apples. Thanks to the huge amount of …

Read More »

Carrot Wine Recipe

Carrot wine recipe

Light wine beverage with a characteristic carrot flavor and barely noticeable citrus notes (if you add lemon juice and orange). Like other vegetable wines, it has quite a unique acquired taste, and you should try it out at least once. Carrot wine requires ripe and juicy carrots without rotten, spoiled, …

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Dandelion Wine Recipe

Dandelion Wine

For book lovers “Dandelion Wine” is an autobiographic novel by Ray Bradbury which was published in 1957. Probably few of his admirers know that it is possible to actually make such wine at home. But don’t worry, I’m here to give you a detailed recipe. Just follow it step by …

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Beer

Homemade Beer from Malt Extract of Beer Wort—Guide for Beginners

Making beer from extract sounds pretty appealing to newbies because it allows making real homemade beer without any malt (grains) and special equipment. All you need is a cooking pot and fermentation vessel. Doing everything in accordance with this method will let you produce beer that’s much better than most …

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Beer Carbonation With a Primer: Glucose (Sugar) and Wort

Beer Carbonation

The characteristic popping sound and puff when opening a bottle both are apparent thanks to carbon dioxide. The process of carbon dioxide saturation of beer is called carbonation. The factory breweries use special vessels–fermentation tanks, in which beer ferments under high pressure. But this is an expensive technology. The most …

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Simple Homemade Beer Recipes

Homemade Beer Recipes

The traditional technology of beer brewing is quite complex and requires special equipment and strict control of cooking temperature. But if you have hops and malt (preferably) you can make beer following simple steps. The resulting beer will resemble the taste and color of the original beverage. Let’s have a …

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Brewing Beer in a Multicooker. Step-by-Step Guide

Multicooker Beer

­­­­Among the obvious pros of brewing beer in a multicooker is the lack of necessity to control the temperature with an immersion thermometer and constantly standing before a hot stove. In fact, a multicooker can be transformed into a small automated brewery. The biggest con is that you can only …

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Classic Mulled Beer recipe

Classic Mulled Beer recipe

For some reason, many people think that beer can only be consumed while it’s cold. In Nordic countries, it’s a common tradition to treat guests with egg-hot beverages as well as cure cold-related diseases with it. Let’s look at the most popular homemade Mulled Beer recipe. Historical note. Mulled beer was …

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