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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
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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
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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
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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
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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:
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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
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#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
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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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