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  1. kevlar70

    HomeBrewTalk 2013 Big Giveaway!

    Can hardly wait for the drawing. Woo Hoo!
  2. kevlar70

    Georgia roll call

    Checking in. I'm in Smyrna, moved up from Brunswick almost a year ago.
  3. kevlar70

    Cool Brewing Giveaway!

    I feel like a winner!
  4. kevlar70

    How many gallons of EdWort's Apfelwein have been made?

    11034.5 + 5 = 11039.5
  5. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    Batch # 3 started back on the 19th. Batch #4 to begin within the week. It has been repeated, but necessarily so and I will join the chorus, Before the first batch is done, start another batch. This stuff will disappear!
  6. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    I've got batch #2 of EdWort's original recipe in the carboy and anticipating bubbles by morning.
  7. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    I hastily threw all 5 gals back into the plastic jugs my apple juice came in. I didn't find it to greatly affect the flavor. I'm down to the final gallon jug (gotta brew NOW) and it is still as drinkable as when "jugged".
  8. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    Just checked my apfelwein started on July 26. Gravity is .998. It appears cloudy in the carboy. Once I sampled my sample, I found it to be a clear straw to gold in color. The flavor on the front of the palate is delicious! Time to bottle and start afresh. Again and again, many many thanks...
  9. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    My Original Recipe is fermenting along quietly in the balmy interior of our coastal Georgia home. A query to the masses: Have any of you brewed Apfelwein at high temps (range 77 to 81 degrees F?)? What was the result in time and taste?
  10. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    Original Recipe has been fermenting for a week and 3 days. Fermentation has slowed considerably (a bubble every 5 sec or so). The 'must' is still cloudy. So now the long wait until fallout begins... Of course, now it's easier to just relax and not sneak a peek every day when there's "nothing...
  11. kevlar70

    How many gallons of EdWort's Apfelwein have been made?

    5 gals bubbling away: 7098
  12. kevlar70

    Man, I love Apfelwein

    I'm getting back into homebrewing after a nearly decade hiatus (don't ask). Many thanks to Ed for providing just what I needed - a recipe simple enough to ease me back into the brewing life! I purchased 5 gals of apple juice from Walmart, ordered 2 lbs of dextrose and a pack of Montrechet...
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