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Old 09-14-2006, 02:55 AM   #1
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The darkest one is the maple wine, the middle is the mead and the last is the cyser.

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Those look fantasic. I want some now.

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Those look fantasic. I want some now.
The mead is disappointing, but it's only 4.5 months old. I need to forget about it.
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What were your batch sizes of each and what are they currently being held in...bottles?


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What were your batch sizes of each and what are they currently being held in...bottles?
5 gallons each, and they're still in the carboys. I pulled some samples and put them in empty water bottles.
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Those look really good Cheese. The Maple Wine has an amazing color and the Cyser looks really nice too. The Mead looks a little cloudy. How is it disappointing?

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First beerporn, now fermentableporn - Looks just superb! I'm so thirsty....

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Those look really good Cheese. The Maple Wine has an amazing color and the Cyser looks really nice too. The Mead looks a little cloudy. How is it disappointing?

Excellent tho.


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The flavor of the mead just isn't very good, but I know that I shouldn't expect it to be good for about a year.

The Maple Wine might need something to restart fermentation. I checked the grav on it and it's at about 1.060. I didn't do an O.G., but I was hoping to get it down a little further.
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How about some pics of the fermentors?


I love the idea of maple wine, but I can't get past the price of 2 gallons of maple syrup...

...just what the hell did that cost? Do you have a maple tree in your backyard?


That being said, I'll be trying it if I can find a cheap source.

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