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posted 10/7/2007 10:09:02 PM |
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Old School Home Made Wine:

1 gallon jug with screw on lid.
3/4 to 1 gallon 100% grape juice.
3 cups sugar.
3, 7 gram packets of Fleishman's yeast. (2 rounded tbsp)

1. Hydrate and proof yeast. (directions are on yeast packets)
2. Dissolve 3 cups of sugar into 2 cups boiling water.
3. While yeast is hydrating and the sugar is dissolving, poor
juice into gallon container. Leave a 1"- 3" void at the top of the jug to
allow for gas build up.
4. Once yeast is hydrated and proofed and sugar is completely dissolved
add all to the juice in the jug.
5. Place lid tightly on jug and shake 10-20 times.
6. Loosen lid to let gases out.
7. Re-tighten lid. But this time tighten just enough to let air out but not in.
8. Let ferment 3-10 days.
Yields about 10-30% alcohol by volume. (20-40 proof)

Every now and then stir mixture to allow oxygen to be introduced into the mixture.
Now repeat step 7.

This is my own personal recipe. Through trial and error this I find is the best method to use and it allows for the fastest cook time (ferments) without using wine yeast.

It is best to wait the full 10 days. But it can be consumed after 72hrs. If need be.


Frankie M

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Oct 7 @ 10:11PM  
I made some with pear juice for my 8th grade science fair.....

I didnt open it until my highschool graduation 4 1/2 years later.......

Talk about potent!!!!

Oct 7 @ 10:39PM  
Thanks for the recipe... I emailed it to a friend who will really enjoy.

Oct 8 @ 12:26AM  
Beauty! I remember this's a slight variation...use (and then later filter out) a box of raisins in the mix as well. The sugars in them add an interesting complexity and refinement to the flavor.

Oct 8 @ 2:26PM  
Sounds like something to try. But then I don't drink so....

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