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Posted in thread: Distilling mead? on 04-14-2009 at 04:05 PM
Howdy all. For legal reasons, I am discussing this on an intellectual level, rather than for
practice.So, I have some made some really tasty, mean meads. I was looking at how Apple Jack is
made, and i...
Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient: Alcohol % ? on 01-17-2008 at 07:41 AM
That might just be it, magic. I swear, I am the same way. 1/2 pitcher of beer, I get a little
buzz. 5 or 6 oz of mead.... whee!!I brought some to work to give people little tastes. I had 3
Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient: Alcohol % ? on 01-16-2008 at 07:10 AM
Hey all!I made a might fine batch of Joe's Ancient Orange mead. Tastes damn good. Had a wine
glass, and I can handle a couple beers easily with my size, but this gave me a decent buzz.I
did not take a...
Posted in thread: 2nd mead suggestions? on 05-27-2007 at 04:14 AM
Ahoy! Did the Joe's Ancient Orange with much success. What shoudl I try next, as a simple mead?
I liked the pitch-and-forget nature of Joe's, but willing o go for somethnig a bit more
complicated if n...
Posted in thread: Second mead- recipe alterations on 06-07-2006 at 02:50 AM
Thankees, will go over there and parooze thier archive before posting a repeat.
Posted in thread: Second mead- recipe alterations on 06-04-2006 at 05:00 PM
Greetings all. I have been enjoying my first batch of mead, Joe's Ancient Orange Cinnamon
Clove. For those unfamiliar (probably very few), here is a link to the recipe: am going to
make a second batc...
Posted in thread: Yet another first mead on 05-25-2006 at 05:23 PM
Honey: 10 lbsWater: to 3 gallons, just slightly shyYeast: Flieschmann's bread yeastAll as per
the recipe.I am still new to this, and as I don't have my hydrometer toreference, the whole
O.G. S.G. P.G....
Posted in thread: Yet another first mead on 05-19-2006 at 11:49 PM
And, like so many, ws the Ancient Joe's Orange Mead or some other order of those words. Bottled
last wekk, and absolutely love it (plus is a big hit with my friends).I was interested in the
Posted in thread: Stopping more head on 04-11-2006 at 06:39 PM
What and how much priming sugar did you use at bottling?3/4 cup corn sugar. Onyl thing is that
some msut was left in the secondary after racking to the primary for bottling and then added
sugar, so d...
Posted in thread: Stopping more head on 04-11-2006 at 09:40 AM
Got enough head on my beer. Don't want it to become all foam, but still want it to keep aging.
How do I do this? I heard I stick it in the fridge for a bit, then can pull it back out and it
will age b...