Mead

This maple wine recipe is slightly sweet, smoky, and super easy to make! Inspired by Acerglyn (Maple Mead) I wanted to see if I could make a Mead like recipe without using honey. Fermenting maple syrup never tasted so good! Home Brew Ohio Mead Kit: https://lddy.no/yto6 Recipe for 1.5 gals (~5.7 L): – 1 Gal
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Ricky and I conclude our acerglyn by stabilizing, bottling, and suggesting three improvements to our recipe and process for our next attempt at maple syrup mead. INSPIRATION FOR YEAST CORRECTION: Doin’ the Most: “How to make Maple Mead” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoaCoBB5ng8 PART ONE: https://youtu.be/raixWmF3og4 PART TWO: https://youtu.be/x36BoudEOB4 EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS 12 x 750 ml screw cap
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New England apples… New England Honey. Mix them together, wait a while and what do you get? Why, you get booze. And that’s why prohibition was never going to work. Get an EJ Cooks t-shirt! https://www.teepublic.com/user/redcowentertainment Brewing equipment used (all links earn me commission) Mead making kit (includes jug, packet of yeast, airlock, yeast nutrient):
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#butterscotch #butterscotchwine #philbillymoonshine Super delicious butterscotch wine recipe. Wine syphon https://amzn.to/3gsFS8u Yeast https://amzn.to/3grsuBx Butterscotch flavoring https://amzn.to/3egmTvi
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#Sangria #Cocktail #Bartender #Mixologist #FlairBartender #MichaelManalo #MichaelManaloVlog #PrivateParty “Sangria Cocktail” Sangria means bloodletting in Spanish and Portuguese. The term sangria used for the drink can be traced back to the 18th century. According to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol, sangria’s origins “cannot be pinpointed exactly, but early versions were popular in Spain, Greece, and England.”
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Today’s homebrew mead video covers my blueberry cyser. I’ll have to give you detailed tasting notes in another video after it has had more time to age, though – because this blew right past Lalvin 71B’s on-paper tolerance and broke 17% ABV! Primary Recipe – 21.63 lbs clover honey – 18 lbs blueberries – Apple
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Buckwheat Blueberry Hydromel Mead, how to make mead at home. Buckwheat honey isn’t most people’s first pick for mead, but in this case our inspiration was blueberry buckwheat pancakes. See where we’re going here? Buckwheat honey, with blueberries added, in a hydromel mead. Hydromel is a word for mead in France, and it’s a lower
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Hello YouTube Meads with added fruits are called melomel’s, one of the most famous is a cherry melomel also known as viking’s blood mead because of the intense red colour Very easy to make and it tastes delicious without having to condition for a long time For this brew I used a 5l bucket and
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