- Oct 23, 2014
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Robert i hate to mention this and i'm sure they are wrong, but i heard you did not know what good sweet country wines but i took up for you, so please just to satisfy any doublts at all... please send me 4 cases of everything, your trustworthy friend,, snicker,,,,,You said it good..............................
I am not @Rice_Guy , but I think he was trying to address @akron 's query about whether commercial f-packs were fermentable, by citing an example where an acquaintance unwittingly did exactly that, viz., fermented an f-pack.Rice Guy,,,,,,,,???????? explain.
heck one of these days i need to try a kit so i would know something about what yawl are talking about, even a little bit of what yawl are talking about, are kits grape only, or at least a desert wine of some ,,,
@sour_grapes was correct, I gave the neighbor a kit I won at the vinters Christmas party, it had the basic large bag for the primary and a smaller bag for finished flavoring. He just opened the box and started dumping into a primary.Rice Guy,,,,,,,,???????? explain.
There is no need to put sorbate in an F-pack. They are a concentrated juice/ syrup where the water activity is high enough that mold, yeast and bacteria can not grow. Meta has a different roles in protecting flavor in processing and storage therefore I would expect it to be added.Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question. Do F-packs in kits have sulphite or sorbate in them? (are they fermentable?)
I haven’t fermented a kit either.heck one of these days i need to try a kit so i would know something about what yawl are talking about, even a little bit of what yawl are talking about, are kits grape only, or at least a desert wine of some ,,,
Joe when i started back was about 2012, joined here in 2014, at first it wasNice conversation