posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 03:12 PM
Woohoo welcome to the wine making addiction! What you made is worse than Mad Dog 20/20 LOL. I have a nice banana wine in a 5 gallon carboy for over
a year now. I cannot wait! Country wine is easy peasy. But if you are into quick, which it seems that you are, try making some Skeeter Pee. I love
it. It's far superior to Mikes Hard Lemonade, and goes down real smooth and doesn't need to be aged like fruit wines. It won't mess you up like
that prison wine does, but it will certainly kick you in the @$$ in a mellow kind of way.
Here's the recipe for Skeeter Pee
And here's a link to hundreds of wine recipes from Jack Keller
. His site is horrific, but everything
you ever wanted to know about wine is here.
Also to note, you can save your gallon jugs or wine bottles to finish. I recommend investing in a few a cheap plastic carboys used as your
secondaries, air locks for your secondaries, maybe some screw on plastic caps (unless you are into corks) for your saved bottles or jugs, a food grade
5 or 6 gallon jug as a primary, and a hydrometer is a must. You can start about 25 gallons of wine with less than 100$ investment if you do it right