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DinoSorez

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Wanted to experiment with my little one gallon growlers while the big carboys and buckets are being used for blueberry and dragon's blood.

Recipe:

3 bottles of Looza Mango Juice
1 bottle of Looza Peach Juice
(Very pulpy)
2 tsp. yeast nutrient
1 tsp. yeast energizer
1 tsp. tannin
1/2 tsp. acid blend
2 cup sugar

Starting Gravity was 1.078

It has been fermenting for about 2 weeks and half the jug is pulp haha, thinking about mixing in some apple wine that is almost finished, when I rack it.
 

Scooter68

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Looks good but that's a bit too much head space if you plan on aging it AND I would recommend you age it not less than 6-9 months or until it clears (whichever takes longer).
 
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I did a tropical mix from Wally-World think it was peach, pinapple, mango, and strawberry...? Final results were pleasant fruity wine that is an easy sipper, chilled after a hot day. Best advise is ours did well with about 6-12months of aging. Was not enjoyable at a young age.
 

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I like the idea of experimenting with first just doing a gallon. Though there have been no epic fails there have been a number of 6 gallon experiment/trial wines I've made that were never made again.
 

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