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Old 03-01-2011, 04:28 AM   #11
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I didn't know either, so I just multiplied everything by 5, except for the yeast of course. Checked it earlier and it was bubbling away. Keeping my fingers crossed!
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We just multiplied everything but the yeast for our giant batch. We've sampled from the one gallon - fermented and clarified MUCH quicker than the 5 gallon is going! - and it's awesome. Yum!

Definitely one of my favorites of everything we've tried so far. Lingonberry and Cuties mead are tied for #1, this is probably #2, and watermelon is #3. I think.
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Definitely one of my favorites of everything we've tried so far. Lingonberry and Cuties mead are tied for #1, this is probably #2, and watermelon is #3. I think.
Do you have the recipes for those?
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Three weeks later: I racked to 2ry. SG: 1.064. Tasted the hydro sample, felt like drinking the rest of the 5 gallons, it was super yummy! I can't believe I have to wait for a few more months before enjoying this delicious wine! So what's the final gravity?
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Just ordered this for a 5 gallon batch.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002XHFG1G/
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Do you have the recipes for those?
I posted the Cuties mead one the other day - did you see it?
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Three weeks later: I racked to 2ry. SG: 1.064. Tasted the hydro sample, felt like drinking the rest of the 5 gallons, it was super yummy! I can't believe I have to wait for a few more months before enjoying this delicious wine! So what's the final gravity?
I THINK it was 1.003 - that's the last we recorded, I'm not sure if it was final. Actually, looking at the notes, it probably was. We need to get better about recording things!

The problem is, we usually have several batches on at once, and rack everything over on the same day. Between drinking what we use in the hydrometer, and "Ooh, that was great, pour me a glass"... we sometimes get sloppy about records after working on a few batches. LOL
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Just ordered this for a 5 gallon batch.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002XHFG1G/
FYI the 5 gallon batch goes MUCH more slowly.

We put on a 6 gallon batch, the 1 gallon carboy had settled out within a few weeks, the 5 gallon is still going!
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FYI the 5 gallon batch goes MUCH more slowly.

We put on a 6 gallon batch, the 1 gallon carboy had settled out within a few weeks, the 5 gallon is still going!
Good to know. Do you happen to have a picture of the finished product? Also, do you think this would carbonate well?
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I posted the Cuties mead one the other day - did you see it?
I will look for it. Thanks!
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