Here are the bottled results
I am following two different methods with these batches.
First method: (The two fermentation pails) I mix all the ingredients including the fruit into the fermentation pail and pitch in the yeast. In 30 days we will rack it off into a new container. Leaving all the fruit behind.
Second method: (the two glass gallon jugs) I mix everything including the yeast, but not the fruit. We will allow these batches to build up an alcohol content and develop into a mead first. Then after 30 days we will rack it into a pail and add the fruit. This method is typically a little bit safer because there is less risk of bacterial contamination from the fruit. Once the alcohol content is built up, and we add the fruit the alcohol will kill anything unwanted.
I also have a video tutorial :
Medieval Dragon Skeleton Ossuary Goblet Wine Chalice
- Ossuary style drinking goblet
- 7 1/2 in. Tall, 2 3/4 in. Diameter Base
- Cold Cast Resin/Stainless Steel Liner
- This Collectibles makes a great gift for any Skull lover and adds a whimsical touch to your Decor. We have a very limited supply of these, so don't miss out
Love Kindle Books? I just published my kindle book on how to make mead. It is a no-nonsense easy guide to making a batch of mead. You can get it in the kindle store.
Absolutely new to Mead?
I have a nice little 4 minute video that you can watch. It explains what mead is and how it is made: What is Mead and How is it made?
Mead Making kit - Wonderful and inexpensive way to get started in mead making. All you need to add is honey and water.
The Secret Art of Mead Making Revealed - Mead is not difficult to make and you can brew up your first batch in an hour. All it really takes is water, honey, and yeast. And this book is a clearly written guide to how to do it.
It has clear step by step directions on how to make five different types of mead including a spice mead, a fruit mead, a plain honey flavored mead and even a sparkling mead.
The book includes a short history of mead, a look at the different types and flavors you can make, a guide to the equipment needed (which isn't much), and a frequently asked questions section.
Mead is a drink that has been shrouded in mystery for centuries but now the secret to how to easily make it has been revealed in this book.
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