I'm interested in this recipe
I'm a total rookie brewer but I keep bees so I have honey
I just made my first mead last weekend with the local homebrew club and was kinda dismayed when they said let it age for a year
instant gratification and all that
I think I'm gonna make another batch, this looks good
explain to me the part about adding honey/grapejuice and campden tabs at the end
the honey/juice is to make it sparkle correct?
why the campden? isn't it a little late to kill wild yeast?
wouldn't it kill the good yeast?
like I said, I'm a rookie, so be gentle
 I'm talking about this line
>Rack to clean carboy over mixture of 6-oz honey, 6-oz Welch's grape juice, 1/2t of Sorbate and 1/2 crushed campden tablet.
sounds like he racked it to a carboy after 14/21 day and then did these things