yep, i've been using airlocks. I've come a long way since my bread yeast and balloon days!
I meant to ask if I can use Carlo Rossi wine jugs for aging? I'm trying to get the most volume for my buck, plus there's free wine included when I buy these jugs.
And I did not plan on using a bucket. I figured that since I am using Welch's grape juice that I could go straight to the secondary (the gallon jugs). Is this a bad practice?
I want to start with grapes pretty soon, but I've been told that only wine grapes make good wine. I am assuming that supermarkets only sell typical table grapes. Where do I get wine grapes.
I will look out for flip-top bottles.
I just bottled Joe's Quick Grape Mead in two plastic containers of Welch's lol. I working to fix that though haha. (BTW, it tasted amazing...wonder what it will be in two weeks!)
I am also making cider with Montrachet wine yeast (w/raisens for mouthfeel, whatever that is), and another cider with sulfale ale yeast (no raisens...trying to determine what mouthfeel really means)
Lastly, Welch's white grape juice. This is made with niagra grapes. Is that still considered a table grape?