A blend of real apple fruit juice concentrate, corn syrup, malic acid and natural flavors to make 5 gallons of apple wine at 18.5 Brix (about 10.5% alcohol). Simply add 4 gallons of water and yeast or add other ingredients to customize your recipe. Alternatively, you can add 9 gallons of water to make 10 gallons of apple cider at 9.25 Brix (about 5% alcohol) or make less volume to make a stronger wine. Juice concentrate is pasteurized and can be stored at ambient temperature if unopened. Use with a wide variety of wine or cider yeast, particularly Lalvin K1V-1116 or Red Star Premier Classique yeast.
|Acidity:||2.2 - 2.6% w/w (as citric acid)|
|Diluted Gravity (diluted to 5 US gallons):||1.077 (18.5 Brix)|
|Ingredients:||Corn syrup, apple juice concentrate, water, malic acid, natural flavors, diammonium phosphate|
|Fermentation Time:||Approximately 6 months (depending on recipe)|
|Yeast Strain:||Sacchoaromyces Bayanus|
|Alcohol Tolerance:||18% ABV|
|Temperature Range:||50º - 86°F (10º - 30°C)|
|Ingredients:||Yeast, Emulsifier E491|
|Net Weight (per pack):||0.18oz (5g)|
Yeast nutrient for all beer, wine, cider and fermented beverages. Contains food-grade urea and diammonium phosphate for improved yeast health and performance resulting in higher quality beers and wines. Can also be used to make kombucha, sauerkraut or other fermented foods to improve the health of yeast and bacteria cultures.
|Ingredients:||Food-Grade Urea, Diammonium Phosphate|
|Contents:||Potassium Sorbate (C6H7KO2)|
|Quantity:||Approximately 100 Tablets|
|Contains:||Sodium Metabisulfite (Na2S2O5)|
|Net Weight:||2oz (57g)|
- Use 1 tablet per 1 US gallon.
- 2 Crushed tablets equals 1/4 teaspoon.
- 50 to 75ppm SO2 is commonly used to treat fresh fruit or juice musts.
- 150ppm SO2 is commonly used to stabilize wine at the time of bottling.
First Quality wine corks are an economical, composite cork for wines aged up to 12 months. The #7 corks are one-piece, pore-filled corks with non-chamfered ends. The #8 and #9 corks are agglomerated with chamfered ends.
|Diameter:||13/16in (21mm)||7/8in (22mm)||15/16in (23mm)|
|Design:||None||Grape cluster and leaf|
|Material:||Natural and synthetic|
- #7 Corks are compatible with all types of bottle corkers and are easy to insert. They should be used with wines that do not require aging and will be consumed young. #8 Corks are compatible with all types of bottle corkers and are ideal for wines that require short term aging. #9 Corks are compatible with table-top corkers but a floor corker is preferred. They are ideal for wines that require long-term aging.
- Shorter corks are ideal for wines that do not require aging and will be consumed young. Longer corks are ideal for wines that require longer aging.
Usage varies depending on taste and original tannin content of juice or wine. Tannin may be used to supplement low tannin fruit or to add balance to overly sweet wines.Average Use:
White/Rosé Wine: 1/4 teaspoon/1 US gallon
Red Wine: 1/3 teaspoon/1 US gallon
Fruit Wine: 1/2 teaspoon/1 US gallon
|Volume:||2.2 US fl oz (65mL)|
|Contains:||Chitosan solution (crustacean, sulfites), silica solution|
|Allergy Declaration:||Chitosan is derived from crustacean.|