When Andrzej Wilk Jr.’s family emigrated to the United States from Poland in the 1990s, they noticed one favorite beverage from their homeland was hard to find here: mead. So they started making their own and founded Orchid Cellar Meadery and Winery in Middletown. On the day we stopped by, Andrzej was brewing a batch
It took many months, but I’ve finished the video I started in, er, August. Hello! In which I brew heather honey mead, and I brew… something… using golden syrup, heather flowers, and stubbornness. One day, there will be a part two, where I taste and bottle them, but not until they can safely be drunk
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Do you ever wonder how gin recipes are crafted? In today’s video I’ll show you the methodology behind how gin recipes are designed and why certain botanicals seem to pop up more often than others. You’ll learn how to make your own gin recipe and distil it yourself in this guided gin experience with me.
Describes the initial process of making 1 gallon of strawberry mead (melamel). Ingredients: 3 – 5 pounds Strawberries 3 pounds Raw Honey 10 cups Water 1/2 teaspoon Wine Yeast (I’m using Red Star Premiere Classique) Note: This is as natural (as possible) winemaking channel. The wines made on this channel do not use sulfites. You
This recipe is so EASY! Just buy a 2lb bag of berries and dump em in a bucket with your honey water and wa-la! The berries are already sanitized and frozen, so there’s little work required other than measuring out your honey. 🙂 Ingredients thus far: 3 lb honey 71B yeast A bag of organic
Je teste pour vous 5 nouveaux produits très intéressants. Le Kombucha, je le garde pour la fin, c’est un vrai produit santé et vous allez voir que les 4 premiers produits, les crumpets d’angleterre, les pois chiches pimentés pour l’apéritif, la tartinade d’artichaut pour vos toasts, ou encore le houmous à la betterave sont des
A little Bonus video from the filming of Cheap vs Expensive meads where my wife who decidedly doesn’t drink meads and doesn’t typically care for the taste of alcohol in general decided to give the two meads she picked out for this video a try. Music: Village Ambiance by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative
I apologize for the audio, there was an issue with the external mic. Here we have what’s probably better labeled as a less expensive mead versus a more expensive mead. I would actually probably put them in the same sort of price bracket, but I wasn’t the one choosing the meads (that would defeat the
David was ready to take the plunge into making his first mead. Even though he’s made mead and beer at the Doin’ the Most house, he wants to know how to make mead at home – from his own experience. In the first video, we unpacked the Homebrew Ohio mead starter kit, which has a
Hi everyone! This mead was a fun adventure, it was also the first I uploaded to my channel! (Well, the “traditional” mead part) Anyway, below are the other videos in the series, or there is a playlist on the main page. I also listed my recipe and steps I made! 1st Video: https://youtu.be/p8vhmRwZ0F0 2nd Video:
Easy step by step instructions on how to make moonshine from cereal using our Blue Ridge Still. Get your Blue Ridge Stovetop still here: https://www.howtomoonshine.co/collections/stovetop-moonshine-still-kit/products/5-gallon-stainless-steel-stovetop-moonshine-still-kit Find more recipes here: https://www.howtomoonshine.co/blogs/recipe
#medievalcooking #eatmedieval #hippocras *This video is from my third day of the interactive online medieval cooking class called Eat Medieval (http://www.eatmedieval.com), an exciting collaboration between Durham University and the historic Blackfriars restaurant (http://www.Blackfriarsrestaurant.co.uk). This class mostly focused on sauces, particularly a collection of recently discovered sauces from the 12th century. These sauces are still the
I explain how to make a simple, tasty, and cheap mead (wine made from honey) with basic supplies and ingredients. RECIPE 3 lbs. wildflower honey. 1 gallon Arrowhead water. 1 tsp. Chamomile tea grounds. 1 tsp. orange peel or zest: https://amzn.to/3pB5SzR 1 tsp. yeast nutrient: https://amzn.to/3l7RZGR 1/2 packet Lalvin 71-B yeast: https://amzn.to/3dW79wN EQUIPMENT StarSan Sanitizer
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Thank you for watching this video! I appreciate your support 🙂 This is part two in a series for this mead, it’s based off of a recipe in the Big Book of Mead Recipes by Robert Ratliff called “Blueberry Compote.” Inquiries: Faewoodmead@gmail.com Music license purchased