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Old 10-16-2012, 07:36 AM   #1
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Default any one from newfoundland,? I need a recipe

sorry if wrong forum, but no forum for this recipe, figured mead be closest.
So any one here from newfoundland canada, i lost my recipe for lemon gin(not really a gin, closer to a wine or a mead)
if any one has recipe be much appreciated, aint brewed any in about 15 years and dying for a drop.

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Old 10-16-2012, 03:04 PM   #2
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let me describe brew, incase some one knows recipe by another name.
fill 5 gallon ferment bucket about half way with tap cold water, add lemons and limes wedges, stir, fill 3/4 way with kettle boiled water, add malt, can be table sugar, honey, molasses or beer malts, my mother preferred white sugar i preferred molasses, stir, fill to full 5 gallon with kettle boiled water, stir,
float orange slices on top, float piece toast apply yeast on top of toast,
seal and insert airlock, let ferment 1-3 month's dependant on type yeast(champaign best, most people use bread dry-active.)
open remove toast and orange, filter inter secondary, seal with airlock, let set another month, bottle, can drink after 24 hours chilled, but best if chilled in fridge or cold cellar for a year or more.

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Old 06-05-2013, 10:07 PM   #3
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i have the recipie if you still need it!

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I would like the recipe if you can please share it

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Yes i could still use recipe. Thank you

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Old 06-11-2013, 12:37 PM   #6
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I also would like the recipe if someone could post it. Sounds good.

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So you still going post recipe?

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sorry for the wait.
I forgot all about this, so hers the recipie

1 gal. warm water-2 packs of rasins -4 1/2 cups of sugar/molasses-3 lemons(sliced)-2 oranges (sliced)-1 slice of bread-1 pack of yeast.

mix all ingredients in 5 gallon bucket exept yeast and bread. when ingredients are mixed lay bread on top of mixture, then pour yeast on top of bread cover and let stand for 1 month strain and bottle for 1 week. dont have stoppers on tight. when clear its ready to drink.

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nice thanks allot!

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sorry for the wait.
I forgot all about this, so hers the recipie

1 gal. warm water-2 packs of rasins -4 1/2 cups of sugar/molasses-3 lemons(sliced)-2 oranges (sliced)-1 slice of bread-1 pack of yeast.

mix all ingredients in 5 gallon bucket exept yeast and bread. when ingredients are mixed lay bread on top of mixture, then pour yeast on top of bread cover and let stand for 1 month strain and bottle for 1 week. dont have stoppers on tight. when clear its ready to drink.
my mother just covered with a towel, and she toasted her bread.
and she made 4 gallons at a time in a 5 gallon pale.
she found bread fell apart if not toasted first
forgot my mother always made two batches regular and spiced, spiced is simple put teaspoon of cinnomon on toast with east.
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