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Old 24-05-2013, 07:18 PM   #11
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1 litre Apple Juice

1 Litre white grape juice

800g Sugar

1 tsp Tannin or a mug of strong black tea.

1 tsp Yeast (i use youngs super yeast)

1 tsp Nutrient.

1 tsp Pectolase.

1 tsp Glycerene.

Make the wine using the original method here - http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/sh...530#post456530
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Bobsbeer posted -

Here is one of my favorites:
EX001 Exotic Pineapple
16/9/12 Recipe Volume 25 lt

Grape Juice
Aldi White Grape Juice lt 5

Fruit Juice
Aldi Exotic lt 1
Aldi Pineapple lt 1
Aldi Apple Juice lt 2
Aldi Grapefruit lt 1

Dried Fruit/Flowers
Sultanas 200g

Sugar
Granulated Kg 4


Total Sugar 5392
Sugar per Lt 215.68
Expected SG 1.080
Alc % 11.35
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simkin posted -

It is a very tasty white table wine. If you didn't know you'd not spot the pineapple, but knowing you can just get some of those tropical notes. Great mouth-feel for a WOW too.

Just bottled and tried this WOW, that I only kicked off 12 days ago and it is already lovely:

3 x 1 litre ASDA White grape juice
1 x 1 litre ASDA pure pineapple juice
1 tsp citric
1 tsp nutrient
1 tsp pectolase
1 tsp glycerol
1 tsp tannin
450 gms sugar
Lalvin all-purpose yeast
1/16 tsp sodium meta to stabilize
Fined with Bentonite ( finding that just plain old bentonite is great at clearing WOWs ).
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Dirtycaner posted.

A cracking cheap rose

2l value apple.
1l red grape.
cup of tea.
citric.
900g sugar.
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Strawberry Ribena wine


Boil a litre of Strawberry Ribena (the concentrate version) for 15 mins to get rid of the preservatives, then when it's cool add it to a DJ, along with -
3.5 litres water,
680 grams of sugar,
juice of 1 lemon,
yeast
yeast nutrient.

Should produce about 12% abv. The 3.5 litres of water is based on using a 5 litre plastic water bottle for a DJ, but if using a glass one use 3 litres of water.
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Jonny69 posted -

Best one so far is for a rosť:

1.5 litre of red grape

1 litre of apple juice

750g sugar in a gallon brew.

It was *just* short of flavour though and I added a dash of strawberry Ribena when serving. I may add a teaspoon of acid if it needs it.
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This makes me sound really thick but what does the acronym WOW stand for?

I'm assuming one of the W's is Wine?

The answer is here http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source ... kmNWRhoGmw

Wurzel's Orange Wine.

A WOW is any fruit wine based on the original recipe for orange wine. Have a google.

Aaaaaaaah I see, thanks guys.
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My WOW Variant.

1 litre RGJ (162g sugar) Booths supermarket
2 litres cranberry & blackcurrant juice drink. (234g total for both) Booths supermarket
700g sugar.
1 tsp super wine yeast.
1 tsp nutrient
1 tsp pectolase
1 tsp tannin (2 tea bag brew)
1 tsp glycerine

I will update when it has finished.
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Simkin posted -

If you want nice booze really quickly I would wholeheartedly recommend -

3 litres WGJ
1 litre Pineapple juice
500g sugar
Yeast
Nutrient
Tannin
pectolase
Glycerine
little citric acid
water to top up

Start to bottle in 13 days.
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I have just bottled my first ever Pomegranate wine and i can honestly say its the best i have made, really pleasant and really strong flavours, i might just try a 5 gallon version.

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2 litre Pomegranate juice.

1 litre WGJ.

700g Sugar.

1 tsp citric acid or juice of one lemon.

1 tsp Tannin or a mug of strong black tea.

1 tsp Yeast (i use youngs super yeast)

1 tsp Nutrient.

1 tsp Pectolase.

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