Add a little kick to your strawberry season! This homemade strawberry wine recipe comes together in minutes and is ready to enjoy in just a few months.

Easy Strawberry Wine

Add a little kick to your strawberry season! This homemade strawberry wine recipe comes together in minutes and is ready to enjoy in just a few months. Premium wines delivered to your door. Get wine. Get social.

Winemaking: Strains of Wine Yeast

Winemaking: Strains of Wine Yeast

If you are lucky enough to live in an area where Concord grapes are grown, you can make a simple wine using the fresh grapes. For every gallon of wine you plan to make you will need approximately 6 to 8 pounds of fresh, clean Concord grapes. You will also need wine yeast, which can be purchased at a local brew shop or online from various retailers....

How to Make Wine Using Fresh Concord Grapes

If you are lucky enough to live in an area where Concord grapes are grown, you can make a simple wine using the fresh grapes. For every gallon of wine you plan to make you will need approximately 6 to 8 pounds of fresh, clean Concord grapes.

Homemade Dandelion Wine Recipe  Ingredients    3 quarts dandelion blossoms  1 gallon water  2 oranges, with peel  1 lemon, with peel  3 pounds sugar  1 ounce fresh yeast...

Dandelion Wine

I drink dandelion tea, this wine recipe sounds interesting : ) Homemade Dandelion Wine Recipe Ingredients 3 quarts dandelion blossoms 1 gallon water 2 oranges, with peel 1 lemon, with peel 3 pounds sugar 1 ounce fresh yeast.

Cultivate your own wild yeast for homebrewing or natural soda making!  The first step in making a wild yeast starter is to gather some berries or fruit that have a natural coating of wild yeast.  Pascal recommends using juniper berries,elderberries, wild grapes, blueberries, or figs, among others.  I would guess that Oregon grape berries would work as well.

How to Make a Wild Yeast Starter

Cultivate your own wild yeast for homebrewing or natural soda making! CNA use dif items like juniper berries elderberries grapes.

Happy Mead Day! Did you know that the first Saturday in August is Mead Day? Brew yourself up a batch of honey wine in celebration!

Simple Mead

Did you know that the first Saturday in August is Mead Day? Brew yourself up a batch of honey wine in celebration!

1 gallon boiled water, 5lb (about 20)Pears, 1 lb raisins, 2 lb sugar, 1 1/2 tsp acid blend, 1/2 tsp pectic enzyme, 1 tsp yeast nutrient, 1 pkg wine yeast.

Easy Ways to Make Pear Wine at Home

1 gallon boiled water, 5lb (about 20)Pears, 1 lb raisins, 2 lb sugar, 1 1/2 tsp acid blend, 1/2 tsp pectic enzyme, 1 tsp yeast nutrient, 1 pkg wine yeast.

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