Thursday 22 February 2018
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The World’s Easiest Homemade WINE from Grape Juice

The World’s Easiest Homemade WINE from Grape Juice

The World's Easiest Homemade WINE from Grape Juice

20 thoughts on “The World’s Easiest Homemade WINE from Grape Juice

  1. Justin Osborne

    OMG, I made my own home made wine , and it was successful. I get around 12.5 percent alcohol. It is WAY better than bottom shelf store bought wine! I am quite pleased!

  2. Gummy Down

    i remembered trying to make alcohol from juice which failed miserably, wasted two batches but when i was gonna make win the third time, i got myself a pickle jar (i dont have mason jars but alot OF pickle jars) and so i cleaned up the pickle jar, put a pot thats about few quarts of boiling water, add in few pounds of sugar, then stirred the water ti'll the water was clear. Before i was ready, i bought myself six bags of cranberries from my store, and yes they were fresh. once i just poured in my warm sugar water into this 82 oz jar, i put in two bags of cranberries in. and so i put it into my closet and left it for a few months. i let my sister take out the cranberries from the jar. i then do a taste test, the wine tasted great, i may have added too much sugar (tasted like am cough syrup without the nasty medicine flavor). but it sure got me to a buzz tho.

  3. Android Andro

    i dont understand why he did not use airlock at the primary fermentation ?
    and if we use micron filter while transferring to bucket, will that help ?
    thank you.

  4. Joel Mc

    also really stupid to use your mouth to start the siphon. really good way to get bacteria into your wine. you can fill the other end with water and hold it with your thumb. or get an auto siphon

  5. suzal Adhikari

    It's too effective and easy but the real thing here is patience..
    I did the same but couldn't help myself after 4 days ..
    Still tasted good ..

  6. Stan Slogrove

    Much better if one uses fresh grape juice, as the bottled type already has a lot of sulphur dioxide (SO2) in it. Rather add the SO2 after fermentation has finished (using potassium metabisulphite (winemakers call it pot meta) powder or liquid. More complicated but gives a much better result.

  7. Dave No

    sanitize every thing then put your mouth on the tube that go in it…lol

    12% is not 100% auto protected, you could get a nasty infection and end up with 5 gallon of juice with your gut bacteria smell…

  8. Abdeladim Jawad

    thanks for the video….I always wanted to learn how to make home made wine…..however, can I skip the sugar for a sugar free home made wine?

  9. Lillie Burnette

    ASAP made this wine NOW day 2 and no fermentation yet, Did heat get too hot… what do I do IF ANYTHING

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