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Old 08-26-2012, 07:09 PM   #361
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Hopefully corona doesn't mind I had to reuse Some of their bottles. This was my first batch and it came out great.


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Old 08-26-2012, 08:10 PM   #362
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I don't mind especially if its good mead lol


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Old 08-26-2012, 09:38 PM   #363
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I made a version of JAOM with added juniper berries and EC 1118 I think it was, I used dried juniper berries, and then I racked onto oak in secondary, it is fantastic. I used about a half a cup of dried juniper berries in a one gallon batch, but I think I would go a whole cup next time.
That sounds good. I may have to make a juniper based mead one of these months.
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:58 AM   #364
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Hopefully corona doesn't mind I had to reuse Some of their bottles. This was my first batch and it came out great.
They should be grateful! Also, it seems your mead has more colour than their beer. :P
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Old 08-27-2012, 01:17 AM   #365
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Double black mead - blackberry and black currant currently in the fermenting stage. We shall see how it turns out.
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Old 08-27-2012, 02:22 AM   #366
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Min Thor's Mjd finally dropped the haze after 1.5 years. Need to take a picture.
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Old 08-27-2012, 03:40 AM   #367
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My first 2 batches, left is pomegranate, goji berries and vanilla bean, right is rockmelon and pineapple
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Old 08-27-2012, 05:00 PM   #368
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This is my mead area. Note my complete disregard of the rules, and the fact that I play around with flavors willy-nilly. Sometimes I even come up with a tasty mead! I love playing with breadyeast because its cheap, I only have to wait a few months to get a good idea of the flavors, and I don't have to worry about off-flavors in my hot-as-moose-yayas apartment.

Note also the chalkboard area that my SWMBO painted on the wall to surprise me. When I got home from work she had done a full write-up on the meads I had fermenting and aging. I think I'll keep her!
That is too cool!!! I think this is the first picture I have seen with ballons as airlocks. I, too, use ballons. Age old family tradition!!!
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Just transferred my 2gal bucket of strawberry passion tea mead to secondary, looks beautiful, I havn't tasted yet
Update, I did taste it, fairly strong and dry, but a definite strawberry tart flavor, nothing off about it. One of my best tasting meads so far
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My second mead bottled yesterday, it's a cranberry pomegranate mead, it's got a definite peptic haze, I started it before I had any enzyme. It's got a great taste, but it's super strong, I mean burn allllll the wayyyyy downnnnn strong. I'm gonna let this sit for a year or so lol. it was a one gallon test batch, so I may open one bottle at six months and see how it is. I have four other test batches and the samples I've tried are way more mellow then this, I'm bottling his sister in a couple days, a one gallon cranberry pomegranate cyser. It's cloudy also, but it's a taste I'm looking for not a look. Happy brewing!


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