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    DangerDave's Dragon Blood Wine

    I finally had time to bottle my 1st Haskap Dragon blood tasty, red as blood ,clear . 2nd batch started put 12lbs. of haskap instead of 8lbs. I would like a bit more berry flavor. 10 - 750ml bottles for special occasion and try to age a couple and 2 - 5litres bags for the camp and topping up. If...
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    Cellular phone service is go to about 20 miles out, we go out to about 50 miles. I don’t know if we can get StarLink in Nova Scotia
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    yep it's your mean green lobster machine
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    yesterday was another cold day at the office, can wait for spring.
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    Rico on the left 5yr , Theodore on the right 2
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    DangerDave's Dragon Blood Wine

    G thanks that's good at lease we got a starting point. I'm going to a local hydroponic store this afternoon to see what they have for PH tester. Keep the glass bottom UP!!!
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    DangerDave's Dragon Blood Wine

    G thanks for info KCCam i didn"t know about PH before yeast. what do you aim for and is it the same for reds and whites?
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    DangerDave's Dragon Blood Wine

    I started my first batch of wine, I chose DDDB with only haskap berries Feb.26 pitched in the yeast. My readings was Temp.75F; SG- 1.072; Brix-19; Today 7 days later reading are Temp.75F; SG-1.010; Brix-10. I was wondering if I am were I should be at this point I have nothing to check the PH...
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    Great thanks I’ll let you know as it goes thanks for the info all my berries are frozen they have a very short shelf life. I heard that they are growing some somewhere down there. July is a good time because they rip the same time as strawberries , good luck
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    G thanks I wish I would got on here sooner, I did put 8lbs of berry next batch i'll try 12 lbs,. In Quebec they flash freeze them send them to China and Japan. You see fresh they don't have a long shelf life. It's an aquired taste alot of people find them sour, but once you start eating them...
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    oh yes as long as you have some winter they'll be fine. They're a really hardy plant. Sorry for the late come back went fishing Saturday and yesterday went in the woods to get fence post, almost time pass the fence spring is coming soon.
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    Thanks, I have a surplus of haskap so i choose Dragon Blood for my 1st batch. I know its a triple berry wine but i only had the one so i'm giving it a try. I have 2 acres of that stuff.
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    hi all, I'm a lobster fisherman from southwest Nova Scotia Canada wanting to turn wino.
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