Summer peach wine

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  1. Jul 13, 2019 #21

    James1955

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    Batch has been going a couple days covered with a cloth and it's working like crazy so high hopes. Bike is a 1978 FX that's been played with a bunch. 103 CI isn't much these days but 30 years ago it was a pretty good sized street motor and a total blast to ride stop light to stoplight.
     
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    Amandolin - Depending on when and how much Amylase/Pectic Enzyme etc you add the clearing could take a few months to a year. I had a peach take over a year clear BUT it was 100% peach.

    Don't forget the Bentonite too. That and some Chitosan is what finally cleared my peach. after 14 months. Worth the wait though.
     
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    I had a 98 Dyna wide glyde. Bought her new. Rode to Sturgis several times on her. Turned out to be a sweet ride. I upgraded the ignition , put a high lift cam in and bought a single seat for it. (Wife never did like it anyway.) Ride safe . keep the rubber side down and stay between the fences.
     

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