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*Note: Final gravity listed is measured after back-sweetening. Rehydrate yeast with Go Ferm. Pitch yeast and …More
Combine room temperature RO water and Hairy Vetch honey in a sanitized bucket or fermentation …More
Ferment at 70° F for 3 months. Add 4 g Fermaid K 1 day after …More
Water treatment: Heat 5 gallons distilled water at 150° F. Add 1 Campden Tablet/Potassium Metabisulfite …More
Mix honey and water with stir stick in large (7-gallon or 26.5-liter) bucket. Pitch yeast …More
Ferment 120 days at 63° F (17° C).
Kristen England Even-Speed Mead method (http://www.ahaconference.org/wp-content/uploads/presentations/2008/KrisEngland_NHC.pdf) * Day 0: 4.5 g Fermaid K, 2g DAP, Rehydrate …More
No heat. Use staggered nutrient additions once a day for 4 days.
Bring water to boil, turn off heat, add honey and mix well. Skim foam that forms, …More
Use staggered nutrient additions (1/2 tsp DAP, 1/2 tsp Fermaid-K) every other day for six …More
Heat honey and water to 170°F (77°C) for 30 minutes. Oxygenate with pure oxygen for …More
Bring honey and water to 160° F (71° C). Hold for 20 minutes and cool. Primary …More