By Nancy Koziol
Brew these refreshing meads for hot summer days. The Morat and Sima brews are perfect for milder palates while Capsicumel is great for spicing things up.
Brew this Cyser mead to help celebrate this year’s harvest. Perfect for beginners, this fun twist on cider is best enjoyed during the fall, but can be drank throughout the year
Welcome in spring with these assorted sweet mead recipes. Whether you’re an experienced brewer or budding beginner, these recipes are a sure hit.
"Bluebarb" wine is delicious and well worth the effort!
Sue Robishaw creates easy-to-make homemade wine recipes, read up on her ten-minute guide to home winemaking.
How sweet it is! Mead, also known as honey wine, is one of the simplest wines you can make. It only takes three ingredients — honey, water and yeast! Making mead requires patience — you should let it mellow for a year or more before drinking. But the chance to enjoy your own homemade wine makes it well worth the wait.
The recipes given each will make about one gallon of wine. Terms peculiar to wine making are defined in the glossary. Now, go gather a mess of dried herbs, sterilize your equipment, and let’s make some wine.
A glossary of terms you may need to know if you plan to brew your own herbal wine.
Discover how easy crafting your own money-saving fermented masterpieces can be.
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