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    Hi from deepest darkest Warwickshire.

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    Technotrucker
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    Hi from deepest darkest Warwickshire.

    Post  Technotrucker on Sun Apr 22, 2012 5:09 am

    Hi to who ever is out there, I've been brewing now for umpteen years. I do AG, I have tried the wine kits, had a really good one last year, but have also had a crap one. I must say the wine kits at £60/£70 a throw are a little OTT.

    At the moment I'll stick to brewing beer, I've got to fill 6 cornie kegs that I got off Ebay the other week, so that should keep me busy for a few months.

    Any way that's all for now.

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    Re: Hi from deepest darkest Warwickshire.

    Post  PureGuiness on Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:50 am

    Hi TT and welcome to the forum.

    I've had mixed results with wine kits. I don't usually like white wine but thought the cheap Youngs elderflower was excellent. The red I then tried from the same range was drinkable but not that great.

    While you're filling the cornies, get a few bottles sorted and pop them on here to swap Smile

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    Re: Hi from deepest darkest Warwickshire.

    Post  Technotrucker on Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:51 am

    One of fellow brewers was out yesterday picking dandelions, as he makes the wine.
    As for the bottles, yes it's possible, don't bottle a lot these days as I've gone over to the cornies, I've got a PJ clone in the FV, been in there 4 weeks and was still going strong. That's down to 1010 now so that's gone outside in the outhouse, so will bottle a few.

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