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What's the best way to get the paper labels off store bought wine bottles. Donald D. — OH
Jul
24
2014
For anyone operating a vineyard, large or small, refractometers are an invaluable tool. They help...
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5 Hard Cider Recipe Variations
A while back we introduced an easy way to make your own hard cider and shared a very basic hard cider recipe. However, this intro only scratches the surface. In fact, there is a wide variety...
A Simple Guide to Removing Wine Bottle Labels
What's the best way to get the paper labels off store bought wine bottles. Donald D. — OH ----- Hello Donald, By far the best way to remove labels from your wine bottles is to find someone else to...
Russian Imperial Stout Beer Recipe (Extract w/ Specialty Grains)
Stouts have always been big brews, but Russian Imperial Stout is the biggest of the big. From the high gravity, to the complex, roasty malt flavors, to the assertive hoppiness, a Russian...
Winemaking Terms You Should Know: Part 12
In several earlier posts, we introduced a few home winemaking terms that you may or may not be familiar with.  There are many terms to learn in home winemaking, and this post, like all the previous...
8 Reasons Your Home Brew Beers Finish Too Sweet!
Sugar is an essential component of beer. Without fermentable sugar in the wort, there would be no alcohol. Most of the sugar in a beer ferments out, with a little being left behind for body and...
5 Hard Cider Recipe Variations
A while back we introduced an easy way to make your own hard cider and shared a very basic hard cider recipe. However, this intro only scratches the surface. In fact, there is a wide variety...
Russian Imperial Stout Beer Recipe (Extract w/ Specialty Grains)
Stouts have always been big brews, but Russian Imperial Stout is the biggest of the big. From the high gravity, to the complex, roasty malt flavors, to the assertive hoppiness, a Russian...
8 Reasons Your Home Brew Beers Finish Too Sweet!
Sugar is an essential component of beer. Without fermentable sugar in the wort, there would be no alcohol. Most of the sugar in a beer ferments out, with a little being left behind for body and...
Dried Malt Extract vs. Liquid: Which is Better?
There are a number of “this vs. that” debates in homebrewing: dry vs. liquid yeast, single vs. two-stage fermentation, extract vs. all-grain brewing. On both sides of the argument you will...
Brooklyn Brewery Summer Ale Clone Recipe (Extract & All-Grain)
A classic summer seasonal beer is the Brooklyn Brewery Summer Ale. At 4.8% ABV and 26 IBUs, it’s a lighter ale that will pair well with burgers, outdoor activities, warm sun, and good friends.   Grain...
A Simple Guide to Removing Wine Bottle Labels
What's the best way to get the paper labels off store bought wine bottles. Donald D. — OH ----- Hello Donald, By far the best way to remove labels from your wine bottles is to find someone else to...
Winemaking Terms You Should Know: Part 12
In several earlier posts, we introduced a few home winemaking terms that you may or may not be familiar with.  There are many terms to learn in home winemaking, and this post, like all the previous...
Leigh Erwin: Beginner Winemaker: Wine Filter Systems
Hi guys! Here I am, still in the holding pattern while I wait for my mead to do its secondary fermentation thing! If you remember last time, I did some preliminary research on sweetening my mead once...
3 Reasons Why A Homemade Wine Can Be Bitter
In May I bottled my 2013 Riesling made from Riesling juice. Prior to bottling I filtered the wine, and added simple syrup, potassium sorbate, and kmeta, all in the correct quantities. It tasted...
Don't End Up With Sediment At The Bottom Of Your Wine Bottles!
Sediment has long been an inconvenient reality for the home winemaker — one that if not dealt with properly can lead to sediment at the bottom of your wine bottles. It's enough to make a grown man...
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