21374Re: [new_distillers] Distilled Fruit?
- Aug 10, 2006Hi guys, you didn't mention what type of fruit you
are using, however I am making what I call chokecherry
brandy from fruit in my yard.
I use a basic wine recipe and then distill in
my pot still, I think its a nice product aged on oak.
Try this reference for lots of good info on
various fruit and other distilling info.
--- andy wood <ctcdubai@...> wrote:
> i too have fruit and i need too know how i start the__________________________________________________
> fermenting eg what yeast how much water and sugar
> etc can any body help
> Robert Thomas <whosbrewing@...> wrote:
> The germans would call it schnapps. Brandy is
> perhaps strictly grape
> based, but since the word most likely originated
> from an anglisization
> of brandt wein (literally burnt wine), and you can
> have fruit wines,
> then why not fruit brandy?
> Or you could just call it "diskmaster's eau de vie"
> (water of life) but
> then I guess the French might complain.
> --- diskmaster23 <diskmaster23@...> wrote:
> > When you distill from fruit, is it technically a
> > I am considering distilling from extra fruit that
> I have lying
> > around,
> > but I am just wondering what is the classification
> of this
> > distillate.
> > Disk
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