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33 Bottles of Wine Tasting Journal - Barley & Vine  - 1
$ 2.99
33 BOTTLES OF BEER TASTING JOURNAL (Dave Selden) Complete with a custom interior to record your adventures in tasting fine brewed beverages including a flavor wheel to easily track the tastes of each and every brew you try.
33 BOTTLES OF BEER TASTING JOURNAL (Dave Selden) Complete with a custom interior to record your adventures in tasting fine...
Cider: Making, Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider - Barley & Vine
$ 8.75 $ 17.99
Proulx and Nichols walk you through the latest federal regulations covering the production and sale of homemade cider in the United States and Canada, and they familiarize you with the kind of impact state and provincial laws can make. The clear, simple language, numerous illustrations, and detailed step-by-step directions make it easy for even novices to become skilled cidermakers. This revised edition of the classic handbook is a complete guide for anyone who wants to discover the pleasure of making and drinking fresh cider. This book also goes through the steps of how to prepare your apples for fermentation as well as making cider with different apple varieties. It's everything you need to know to make cider!
Proulx and Nichols walk you through the latest federal regulations covering the production and sale of homemade cider in the...
DVD - "I MADE THIS!" by Winexpert - Barley & Vine
$ 4.39 $ 7.99
Learn how to make wine from 4 to 6 week wine kits with this DVD.
Learn how to make wine from 4 to 6 week wine kits with this DVD.
$ 2.30 $ 3.95
GREAT GRAPES! GROW THE BEST EVER (Garden Way) From planting to harvesting, this book tells you how to grow grapes. 32 pages.
GREAT GRAPES! GROW THE BEST EVER (Garden Way) From planting to harvesting, this book tells you how to grow grapes....
Growing Wine Grapes- by Dr. John R. McGrew - Barley & Vine
$ 6.15 $ 11.99
You could probably learn a lot from this little book even if you weren't going to plant a few vines, but if you're even thinking of growing grapes, this is a great little primer. It isn't going to make you a viticulturist, but it will prepare you for what you're about to get into. In the process, it will probably help you avoid more than a few mistakes. The American Wine Society does select good authors. Each chapter is tightly written, adequately illustrated, and easily read and absorbed. Most are simply practical, as they should be. A couple border on being scholarly, which is a plus. Dr. John R. McGrew wrote six of the ten chapters. He's a professional grape breeder and a darn good winemaker, too. You can take his word to the bank. If you think you might like to plant a few vines out back, buy this...
You could probably learn a lot from this little book even if you weren't going to plant a few vines,...
$ 9.50 $ 12.99
Providing day-by-day instructions for novice winemakers, this guide takes the guesswork out of using kits and concentrates for producing high-quality wine at home. Covering everything the hobbyist vintner needs to know about the winemaking process, this informative handbook discusses the different kinds of winemaking kits that are on the market, presents solutions to the most common problems experienced by kit winemakers with tips on how to avoid these pitfalls, and includes a glossary that demystifies winemaking lingo. Click here for all of our wine kits!
Providing day-by-day instructions for novice winemakers, this guide takes the guesswork out of using kits and concentrates for producing high-quality...
Making Your Own Mead: 43 Recipes for Homemade Honey Wines - Barley & Vine
$ 5.99 $ 9.99
Once the drink of choice for Viking marauders and medieval kings, mead is enjoying a renaissance in popularity. The "nectar of the gods" is easy to make at home using just honey, water and yeast. This practical guidebook will inspire you to take up the craft, with a basic guide to mead-making techniques plus 43 recipes for brewing the world's oldest alcoholic beverage. Making Your Own Mead shows you how to produce an array of tasty mead variations, by blending honey with herbs, spices, fruits, berries, and more. Just because mead is made from honey doesn't mean it has to be sweet. Versatile mead can be dry as a bone or seductively sweet, sparkling or still, fruity or spicy. Discover how to make different types of mead like fruit-flavored melomels, grape-based pyments, spiced metheglins, and apple cysers. You'll also find recipes for mixing up your mead in classic drinks like...
Once the drink of choice for Viking marauders and medieval kings, mead is enjoying a renaissance in popularity. The "nectar...
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