wine making tips

By · Saturday, January 16th, 2010

wine making tips
I have a 2 gallon bucket of Loquats? Can yall say wine making time?

I made some roman homebrew that was killer last year so I am back and gonna try Loquat wine. Any easy recipes and tips for me would be appreciated. yall rocked last year.

Ya Baby:

LOQUAT WINE
Makes One gallon of Loquat wine:

4 pounds of loquats
7 pints of water
2 1/4 pounds of sugar
½ teaspoon of pectic enzyme
1 teaspoon yeast nutrient
1/16 teaspoon of potassium meta bisulfite
1 package of champagne wine yeast

Strip the fruit off the stems and separate out any moldy or obviously bad fruit. Mash the loquats and strain through a nylon bag into the primary fermenting container. Add all the other ingredients except the yeast. Tie off the nylon bag with the crushed fruit and put it in also. After 24 hours add the yeast. Cover the primary container and stir the mixture daily. In 6 days, squeeze the nylon bag as dry as possible and siphon the juice to a secondary container (glass jug) and fit an air lock. Check the air lock weekly and in two months siphon again. Keep checking every 2 months and siphoning again until clear. Sometimes it takes 6 months or a year. Then bottle and enjoy!

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