10 thoughts on “STARTING A WINE KIT

  1. Five gallons (UK) is a lot of wine. Luckily, once bottled it lasts for
    years! Here in UK you can get 1 gallon kits which tend to be a bit more
    manageable (and significantly less hassle to hump about the joint, if
    you’re old and feeble like me!) They all taste great though.?

  2. Interesting in making your own wine at home? There’s no reason to wait. See
    how easy it is to start a wine kit in this Northern Brewer video. (We’re
    looking at you, homebrewers!)?

  3. Thanks for the info Kyle, I wished I would have watched this last weekend
    before I did the same kit. Coulda used my new wand 😛 I learned a bit more,
    like I need another big bucket damn it!

  4. You were doing great up until the wine thief. I understood nothing as to
    why you did it and what you were looking for. You sucked up wine and
    apeared to look at how much you picked up. I doubt that’s what you actually
    did but you didn’t explain it. Another “how to” that falls short for me.

  5. Hmmmm… You’ve got me close to ordering one of these. It might win me some
    points with the wife.

  6. He was checking the OG (original gravity) of the must. This indicated the
    amount of fermentable sugars in solution. After fermentation you will check
    your FG (final gravity) which will indicate how much sugar the yeast ate
    and provide you with the alcohol by volume (ABV).

  7. ANDATE TUTTI A FARE IN CULO!AMERICANI MAGNA NOSELE BASTARDI!iL BAROLO SE EL
    BEVE DALA BOZA NO DAL CARTOM!!?

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