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Usually, degassing wine is done prior to bottling, often after 2 rackings or more. The fact that you racked your wine means that you left most of the sediments in the primary, so stirring the seconda …
answered Aug 28 '17 by Philippe
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You should be able to do it. If your garage gets below 18°C, the fermentation will have an hard time starting. Check the yeast package for the temperature range, generally between 18°C and 22°C for a …
answered Nov 16 '15 by Philippe
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No errors, even if you didn't get the results expected. The lack of sweetness is normal since all sugar is fermented. You will see similar results with other fruit juice and even mead, when fermented …
answered Sep 26 '18 by Philippe
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Many websites can provide recipes. Take a look at some other posts like : Recipe websites catering to beginners? But since you already have a recipe, you just need to lower the ABV a little, take …
answered Nov 15 '18 by Philippe
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Yes, you can make half a batch. You can keep liquid malt extract well sealed in the fridge for a few weeks, then it will start degrading. It will loose its freshness, but shouldn't spoil. If you pl …
answered Nov 27 '15 by Philippe
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You may use apple juice to dilute it as well, if you like to keep more flavor than if you use water... If my maths are good, if you add as much liquid as you already have, it should cut the alcohol p …
answered Sep 30 '15 by Philippe
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I agree with barking.pete They don't mention anything on their website except that you can choose from Porter, Session IPA or Weissbier. Based on my experience with Cooper's Kit, they usually are ju …
answered Jul 19 '17 by Philippe