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Prune Wine Recipe – Dried plums wine recipe

Properly made prune wine is remembered by its characteristic aroma of ripe plums with light hints of dried fruits and slightly “smoked” taste. Let’s look through the recipe and complete winemaking technology. Its main advantage is that raw materials for wine are available all year round–a good opportunity for home …

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Classic Honey Beer Recipe

If you stick to the recipe your homemade honey beer will turn out yellow or amber with a delicate floral aroma, light hints of hops, lush foam and bitter aftertaste. It’s hard to compare its taste with other beverages. You’ll have to try it at least once. The method of …

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Fragrant Moonshine from Dried Fruits with and without Sugar

In order to make dried fruit moonshine you can use unnecessary or substandard raw materials which have expired. Even slightly moldy fruits can be used (boiling them will destroy the mold), but you should cut away the rotten parts to avoid bitterness. Following the described method will let you produce a …

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Cherry wine recipe with Pits

You won’t be able to forget the light bitterness and characteristic almond flavor of cherry wine with pits. But cherry pits contain harmful substances: cyanide and prussic acid. In order to make both safe and tasty beverage, you’ll have to thoroughly follow the proposed method. The correct aging time and …

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Moonshine & Vodka

Fragrant Moonshine from Dried Fruits with and without Sugar

In order to make dried fruit moonshine you can use unnecessary or substandard raw materials which have expired. Even slightly moldy fruits can be used (boiling them will destroy the mold), but you should cut away the rotten parts to avoid bitterness. Following the described method will let you produce a …

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Blackberry Moonshine recipe

Blackberry moonshine recipe

In order to improve organoleptic properties, it is preferred to use wine or wild (on the surface of berries) yeast, because distillers, baker’s dry or compressed yeast almost completely offset the delicate berry flavor. The only flaw that wild and wine yeast have is that fermentation lasts 3-5 times longer. …

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Vodka or Beer? Pros and Cons of These Beverages

Vodka or beer?

Vodka or Beer? Among the variety of alcoholic beverages the most popular in Russia are beer and vodka. It is difficult to give preference to one of them. To facilitate the choice I suggest we carry out a comparative analysis that will help us understand what is better: beer or …

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How to make Bourbon – Corn moonshine recipe

How to make Bourbon

Corn Moonshine – Basis for Homemade Bourbon Americans are famous for their love to corn moonshine. If the beverage was made in Kentucky, then after 2 years of maturing in oak barrels it has a right to be called “bourbon”. In other states it’s just corn whiskey. So how to …

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How to make Apricot Moonshine

homemade Apricot moonshine

Apricot Moonshine recipe In the classic recipe without yeast and sugar that is one of the most aromatic fruit distillates with a soft sophisticated taste. The technique of making apricot moonshines depends on the main aim: the quality, yield or time consumption. We’ll look over all of these variants. You …

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Wine

Prune Wine Recipe – Dried plums wine recipe

Properly made prune wine is remembered by its characteristic aroma of ripe plums with light hints of dried fruits and slightly “smoked” taste. Let’s look through the recipe and complete winemaking technology. Its main advantage is that raw materials for wine are available all year round–a good opportunity for home …

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Cherry wine recipe with Pits

You won’t be able to forget the light bitterness and characteristic almond flavor of cherry wine with pits. But cherry pits contain harmful substances: cyanide and prussic acid. In order to make both safe and tasty beverage, you’ll have to thoroughly follow the proposed method. The correct aging time and …

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How to Stop Wine Fermentation

stop wine fermentation

Three Methods of Stopping Fermentation of Homemade Wine The necessity to stop fermentation before all sugar has not processed into alcohol or wine has not yet reached its maximum potency (natural causes of stopping) is often caused by a desire to speed up the preparation process or to keep the …

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How Long Does Wine Last?

how long wine lasts

Everything You Need to Know About the Shelf Life of Wine When buying a large batch of wine in bottles remember that unlike vodka, whiskey or cognac this lively beverage requires special storage conditions. Wine can be stored in a dark cool place, but in case of long-term keeping you …

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Bilberry Wine recipe

bilberry wine recipe

You can make excellent homemade wines from wild blueberries (Bilberry) reminiscent of grape wines. But bilberries ferment really tough, even the smallest mistake can ruin everything. That’s why I recommend you to follow the instructions and take care of keeping everything sterile. Pathogens must not enter the must. Only fresh ripe …

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Beer

Classic Honey Beer Recipe

If you stick to the recipe your homemade honey beer will turn out yellow or amber with a delicate floral aroma, light hints of hops, lush foam and bitter aftertaste. It’s hard to compare its taste with other beverages. You’ll have to try it at least once. The method of …

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Cherry beer recipe – Do it yourself!

Homemade cherry beer drink

Cherry beer recipe In traditional brewing technology they use only hop, malt, water, and yeast. But the Belgian experts went on and came up with cherry beer. Many liked the fruit taste, so cherry beer has become popular not only in Belgium but also in other countries. Nowadays you can …

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Butterbeer recipe – Harry Potter’s Favorite Beverage

Butterbeer recipe - harry potters beverage

Butterbeer recipe People hooked on Harry Potter stories know that this fairy-tale character and his wizard fellows love to drink butterbeer. It turns out that this beverage really exists, and it was found in the days of the Tudors (royal family of England). Butterbeer was considered a signature recipe of …

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Can You Get Fat From Beer? The Right Answer to the Question

Can you get fat from beer

Can You Get Fat From Beer? Drinking beer leads to weight gain, that’s what its opponents say. Indeed, many beer enthusiasts have a visible “beer” belly of impressive size. But its appearance is only indirectly related to beer. The real reason lies in other aspect of beer culture. In some …

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