Artisan wines produced at home from available fruits and grapes are works of liquid art. There are risks of failing miserably or of achieving an outstanding success, as the author did here with his Pear Slap wine. This is a new to the world product which also yields a breakfast bread as a by-product.
http://www.unctv.org/ncnow Haywood County, NC resident Cookie Wood knows a thing or two about moonshine. He speaks with UNC-TV reporter/producer Kelly McCullen, in an extended TV interview for UNC-TV’s “North Carolina Now” about the distilled spirit, getting caught making it and what he thinks now that moonshine is being legally made in North Carolina. http://www.unctv.org/ncnow
Making Homemade Wine is easy. I’m making a batch of Homemade Fruit Wine. Specifically, I’m making some Homemade PEAR Wine. This is a (Part 2) Update on the Pear wine I made… or as I call it… Pear Hooch. Support My Channel for FREE by shopping on Amazon through THESE LINKS: http://amzn.to/2l7O6XW OR MY NEW
James and Steve brew up some Kombucha: tea fermented with a culture of bacteria and yeast.
http://homesteadadvisor.com/ Making homemade pear wine is easy. Actually, making wine from ANY fruit is easy. If you’ve ever wanted to try to make your own “Spirits”… this is an easy way to do it. It takes a while to age… but putting it together… is a snap. Support My Channel for FREE by shopping on
Adding the sugar and yeast.