I know there is some recipes in here for "KEFIR", which is milk wine. But this is a great site with alot of "unconventianal wine recipes. Look through the site. Let me see if I can find a link to the "bible", I have it, but let me see if it has an online refernece to this type of wine.
Okay, I found his link but it doesn't list that recipe. So, from his book, page 48, here is what is said.
2 qt commercial lactose free milk
2 lbs, cane sugar, or honey
2 qt water
1 pk cahampage yest(or any yeast for high alcohol)
"The lactose free milk has been enzyme modified to break the milk sugar down into easily digestible/fermentable sugars. It is noticeablly sweeter than conventional milk.
Dissolve the sugar in boiling water and let cool to room temp. , then add to milk and pitch yeast.
It is important to let the water cool so you don't scald the milk which alters its chemistry. It's best to use a fermentation lock from the start.
Ferment at room temp about 70F. After about a week your milk wine will seperate into three distict layers, a curd or cottage cheese on top, the fluid or whey, and on the bottom, a fine yogurt like layer.
It is now time to rack the wine by starianing it through a collander lined with cheesecloth to seperate the solids from the whey.
Put the liquid into a secondary fermentation vessel with a fermentation lock and proceed with fermentation, rack and bottle as with any other wine.
This process will yield about 1 quart per gallon of cottage cheese(curds) when you strain it. It is wholsome and good for you, but will hammer you into the ground like a tent peg because of it's hig alcohol content.
If you don't want to go on a cheese bender, rinse it and strain it through cheesecloth to remove the kick"
Not much info there but that is the recipe from the Bible.
The above info was copied without permission from, The Alaskan Bootleggers Bible, Leon W. Kania, Happy Mountain Publications, Copyright 2000 and 2007.
He lists his email as: [email protected]
I would never list anyones emails but he asked if you have any questions or comments to email him. Here is the link for his site.
http://www.happymountain.net/table of contents.html
Good Luck, keep us posted.