Started in home wine making?
Hi, I'm wine at home and their first wine. I know nothing about wine, so I need expert advice to make wine and equipment they need i So far, the team we lock and a thief, Tube Rack, hydrometer and glass carboy. For the first time that it takes very less, perhaps one bottle. I want to thank everyone in advance.
Start with a book by CJJ Berry as a first step in winemaking. It will guide you through the process. If you need supplies, find a local beer store or go home and http://byo.com Click on Reader Resources. This will give you links to the catalogs.
Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning: Traditional Techniques Using Salt, Oil, Sugar, Alcohol, Vinegar, Drying, Cold Storage, and Lactic Fermentation
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Design*Sponge at Home
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Jerry Thomas' Bartenders Guide: How To Mix Drinks 1862 Reprint: A Bon Vivant's Companion
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