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Old 06-28-2014, 02:55 AM   #1
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25 lbs sand plums
10 lbs banana
8 lb sugar
1 lb golden raisins
5 c tabs
5 tsp nutrients
5 tsp energizer
sg 1090
Going to toss some pectic enzyme in the morning and 1122 later on in the eve.

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Old 07-24-2014, 08:01 PM   #2
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Got all my fruit wines in carboys now. This was the first one then the blackberry and today I got the cherry in glass under an airlock. Probably about all the fruit for me this year unless I come into some peach's pretty quick. Might put up some more prickly pear in the fall

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Old Yesterday, 12:56 AM   #3
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Sand Hill plums are ripe here in central Kansas and I'm thinking about making a wine w them. Would you update how this is doing and what if anything you would change?

Thank you in advance,

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Well it is just sitting in the carboy needing to be racked. Have not sampled any yet so I really don't know if I need any changes. The recipe is real close to Jack Kellers so it should be pretty good.

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