..oh my! Make your own mead, wine, or beer? Then join up.
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Makes sense. Thanks, Brad!
Going to be brewing up some "Grapefruit IPA" this weekend!
P.S. - Sorry I missed your last post Christopher. How did your reindeer spit turn out this year?
The best idea I can come up with is to use a large collapsable plastic jug. (Boxed wine) Unfortunately, you need to keep the wine under an inert atmosphere to prevent oxidation so once you tap the keg time is against you. A container with flexible sides would allow you to replace the displaced volume from the outside of the container instead of within as a pressurized keg needs to.
Does anyone know... is there a way to throw wine in a keg and pour it without using compressed air? I hate washing and sanitizing bottles and would like to avoid it if possible.
I just threw a batch of "Brickwarmer Holiday Amber Ale" into the fermenter last night. Hoping to have a nice batch in time for the family Christmas party!
I have undertaken brewing previously. However, of late my intentions do stray towards that of meads.
Made three, one gallon batches of mead using two different honeys and two different methods. Here goes nothing! Racking will be done 2-3 weeks from now. Hopefully I'll have some glass gallon jugs ordered and ready until then.
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