- Aug 13, 2009
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Seems like every few days I'm starting something new! I can't stop!
That's funny. I just picked up more watermelons to start another batch!I know what you are talking about. Just when I thought I was getting better I started a watermellon batch so now there are 2 going in primaries at once. Not the actions of a reformed wine maker!!
At some point, I'll prolly check out some of the native grapes around here. I figure if I want grape wine I can go buy a bottleWell, sounds like you are pretty well screwed so you might as well learn to live with it and just keep fermenting! Grape wise you might find Norton/Cynthiana grapes in your area. They make a fine wine. You might find Muscadines as well. If you get a chance with Norton's though, I would give it a shot. I have had some very fine Norton wines.
I'm not much for foo-foo tea, but iced tea with a kick sounds like a winner.Just out of curiosity I did make a wine from tea bags!
Strong sun-tea plus yeast and sugar, and the regular goodies....
Backsweetened w/ Raspberry concentrate
Only had one bottle so far (2 months old) - it tasted like raspberry iced tea w/ a kick. Rather surprisingly good. And - it's cheap!
ours too. Missouri thing? that's how we started....now it's something else!My goal is to experiment, find a couple of recipes for daily consumption - but never stop experimenting!
I'm not too far from you. An hour and a half or so south - I go to Swiss once a year for a supply of Brats.ours too. Missouri thing? that's how we started....now it's something else!
fyi, jalepeno is good, but it can get real hot. if you like to cook, it's great for marinading!
Hey, I might just come to the grand opening!i had some tin mill friday, but i've only had the pilsner and the long b(?) german one. is that the one you are referring to? i like the pilsner, but i'm originally from STL area, so i'm partial to Budweiser.
if/ when we open, you could come out. we are less than 10 miles from Hermann.