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Fermenting sugary tea into an alcoholic beverage?

Yes, as long as there are no antifungals or similar metabolic inhibitors then anything with simple sugars at a suitable dilution, temperature and pH can be fermented with yeast. That includes sweet ...
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Use of green tea to flavor beer

I've heard of this being done a couple different ways but more or less the same set of variables as with adding coffee to beer. Adding the tea to secondary for a few days to effectively cold-steep ...
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sweet tea spontaneous fermantation

Usually not. If the fermentation was aerobic it is usually OK if it tastes good enough to drink. If the fermentation was anaerobic the fermentation is usually good if carried out in suitably acidic ...
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How to Bottle Brewed Tea

Given your recipe has fruit. I would make sure everything reaches a boil for 3 minutes, or at least a pasteurizing temp around 160°F, then bottle hot into mason jars. Campden may be an option if ...
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