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Old 11-16-2012, 03:31 AM   #1
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Default Home brewer needs help with moscato d'asti recipe

Hello. I'm somewhat new to brewing, a hundred gallons or so, and definitely new to wine making. I'm looking for a moscato d'asti recipe to make for my girlfriend and keg up in my keezer. I'm not having much luck finding anything, maybe just a lead on a super sweet white would help. Thanks everyone for your help.


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Old 11-16-2012, 05:05 PM   #2
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Hello. I'm somewhat new to brewing, a hundred gallons or so, and definitely new to wine making. I'm looking for a moscato d'asti recipe to make for my girlfriend and keg up in my keezer. I'm not having much luck finding anything, maybe just a lead on a super sweet white would help. Thanks everyone for your help.

I think the hardest part would be getting the Moscato juice. Dont know of any Moscato kits. If you want to make a sweet dessert style wine Wine Expert makes some really nice icewines
http://www.midwestsupplies.com/winem...wine_color=191

The Cab Franc Icewine is heavenly. If your not into kits maybe just make some Welches White Grape wine and backsweeten with the White grape Concentrate lol. Its cheap and tasty


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Old 11-17-2012, 05:10 PM   #3
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In web search engine, search for ' moscato wine kit' and take your pick. If she adores super sweet, I do agree that an ice wine kit would be a product any GF would adore. Female speaking here. Riesling ice wine kit, or a peach ice wine.

Have to hunt to find Wine Expert Peach Icewine kit.

Or the Millenium Sparkling kit....bubbly good.

All are delicious.
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A company called Kamil Juices sells jugs of straight Moscato. Its stabilized in 11L (3 gal) containers. I've never seen them online, but my LHBS carrys them. You would just need to purchase the other materiels seperatly (bentonite, kmeta, issinglass etc.). Then keg it in the kezzer!
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You guys are the best. Thank you for all your help.
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A company called Kamil Juices sells jugs of straight Moscato. Its stabilized in 11L (3 gal) containers. I've never seen them online, but my LHBS carrys them. You would just need to purchase the other materiels seperatly (bentonite, kmeta, issinglass etc.). Then keg it in the kezzer!
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Norwich, CT, USA.

My LHBS is Brew and Wine Hobby in East Hartford, CT.
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I was like, sweet, Norwich that I'd the nearest lhbs to me. But then I saw Ct. I'm near Norwich, England.
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I was like, sweet, Norwich that I'd the nearest lhbs to me. But then I saw Ct. I'm near Norwich, England.
Lol, oh well. Mug raised to the other 'Rose City'! (Go fighting Canarys!)

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