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Old 08-08-2008, 03:19 PM   #1
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everything in the fermentor ATM from left to right.

Apfelwein with blueberries, the over flow of the Strawberry Cabanna Mead, and Cheese's CCA


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Old 08-08-2008, 03:57 PM   #2
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That is not an applewine, it is a fruit cider.


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Old 08-08-2008, 04:14 PM   #3
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EdWort's Apfelwein racked onto blueberries

Now I don't know the brauerei revised statutes and what they classify this as, but apfelwein with blueberries is simply an observation of the components.
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Old 08-08-2008, 04:45 PM   #4
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Smarter people than I will chime in here...>ED! but Apfelwein is literally translated to APPLE WINE. So maybe you call your brew Heidelbeerenwein? The one I made with Peach Juice is now labeled....Pfirsichwein!

I agree that this concoction is not Apfelwein...as that is in fact a clone of a commercial product, just as using a different yeast negates the true style, the fact is that we are making some damn good hard juice drinks using ED Worts Methodology and basic Ingredients. I don't think we'll call it Apfelwein...but we'll call it good.
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Did you see the stawberry mead pics big? I posted them, the stuff is looking great so far.
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Did you see the stawberry mead pics big? I posted them, the stuff is looking great so far.
I was distracted by the Brewbies in the mirror....had to go look again. YUP Looks like it's going to be REALLLLLLY GOod.

Give it a few more days and it won't look very good any more....they start looking pretty nasty pretty quickly.
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I can't wait to hear how it turns out man. Looks like it could be really good.
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Bottled this last night. Added water with dextrose in it, bout 1 cup dextrose.
I'm thinking I'll try a bottle in 1 month.


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