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# loren601

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02-05-2013

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03-26-2013 6:26 AM

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• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 11:25 PM
Well off hand, I'd guess you only have about 15 more points it can go - down to about .990 or
.985 Although that will add about 1 to 2% more ABV.This receipe was 24lb of grapefruits (all,
but juiced e...

• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 09:42 PM
6.5 gallons of must? or 6.5 gallons total volume so must+head space? ... sugar is 46 ppg, so
21lb is like 966 points 966/6.5 = 148 - or OG of 1.148 Minimum (assuming you get no sugar from
any other so...

• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 09:39 PM
6.5 gallons of must? or 6.5 gallons total volume so must+head space? ... sugar is 46 ppg, so
21lb is like 966 points 966/6.5 = 148 - or OG of 1.148 Minimum (assuming you get no sugar from
any other so...

• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 06:09 PM
Few yeast strains go above 15%, and even fewer tolerate 18%+.Are you certain of your reading?I
used a high yield yeast with a potential of abv 20% and added yeast nutrient for the first 3
days. On top...

• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 03:43 PM
help clearify...

• Posted in thread: Help. Abv 19.3% on 03-14-2013 at 03:16 PM
I started a grapefruit wine 2 months ago and I just did a gravity reading on it And my abv is
already at 19.3%. What should I do? Is there anyway I can stop the yeast from producing more
alcohol and p...

104547Should I add more water to my wines or is this enough. I am 8days in on my plumb and
grapefruit wine.

• Posted in thread: Grapefruit wine on 02-23-2013 at 10:28 PM
I used red grapefruit. It's fermenting in a 6 gal bucket with an air lock. I'm not sure which
yeast I used. I'm not to picky with yeast. My OG 1.154I didn't realize I had responded to the

• Posted in thread: Grapefruit wine on 02-23-2013 at 10:27 PM
That's way too high! I would dilute that. You may have a problem with fermentation getting
stuck, as that is too high for yeast to really get going on.In general, fruit wines are best at
1.085-1.095 o...

• Posted in thread: Grapefruit wine on 02-23-2013 at 10:20 PM
What yeast are you using and what was starting gravity? Any idea how long you plan to leave the
fruit in the primary?No airlock yet, just in primary bucket and lid/cloth resting on top?White
or pink g...