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Mead Making

$2.18
FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is a liquid finings solution that is a 2 stage clearing agent for beer and wine. 1 pack will work on up to 6 gallons of wine or beer at a time. FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is able to clear the beer or wine in 12 - 48 hours. It is made up of 50ml Chitosan and 15ml Kieselsol.
$1.99
Yeast Energizer is a beneficial blend of diammonium phosphate, magnesium sulphate, yeast hulls, vitamins and trace minerals, providing needed nutrients for yeast during primary fermentation or added to yeast starter for quickly building up cell counts prior to pitching.
$1.50
Yeast Nutrient supplies the “food” yeast requires for reducing lag time and shortening fermentation cycles and producing better tasting beer, wine, mead, or cider.
$50.30
Vintner's Best Equipment Kit contains the hardware needed to produce 1 – gallon of premium wine, except bottles.
$31.98
Easily attached to a hand held electric drill, the Mix Stir allows home brewers and wine makers to quickly aerate wort and/or must, thus preparing each for yeast and fermentation.
$5.50
Yeast Nutrient supplies the “food” yeast requires for reducing lag time and shortening fermentation cycles and producing better tasting beer, wine, mead, or cider.
$2.49
Wyeast nutrient is a blend of vitamins, minerals, inorganic nitrogen, organic nitrogen, zinc, phosphates and other trace elements that will benefit yeast growth and complete fermentation.
$1.00
The QA23 was selected for enhancing the flavors and aromas of grapes utilized in the production of premium white wines. Recommended for styles such as, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Chenin Blanc, Colombard and Semillon, the QA23 produces fresh, fruity and clean wines.
$2.25
FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is a liquid finings solution that is a 2 stage clearing agent for beer and wine. 1 pack will work on up to 6 gallons of wine or beer at a time. FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is able to clear the beer or wine in 12 - 48 hours. It is made up of 50ml Chitosan and 15ml Kieselsol.
$14.39 - $82.71
While many shops and breweries rely on local sources for honey, the product often sold in the bottle can vary (and likely does) from container to container and year to year. Brewer's Best® Wildflower Honey is specially blended, maintaining product quality, consistency of color, flavor and fermentability.
$1.79
Gelatin Finings precipitates degraded yeast cells, haze forming proteins and tannins from beer. Having undergone carbonic maceration, highly tannic red wines may benefit from Gelatin Fining as Gelatin will remove some of the excess tannins during clarification, resulting in a more balanced wine.
$10.18
The Whip Wine Degasser and a standard 3/8” variable speed drill can save a lot of effort during degassing of wine..
$0.56
Premier Cuvée is noted as a very low producer of foam, urea, and fusel oils. Recommended for reds, whites and especially champagne, Premier Cuvee ferments a wide range of wines, proving versatile in the production of meads, ciders and a variety of wine styles.
$1.00
The K1V-1116 strain tends to express the freshness of white grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc and Seyval while providing a rich texture, aroma and flavor in the fermentation of aged reds and late harvest wines. For ciders, the K1V demonstrates a “Killer” nature by crowding out wild yeasts and fermenting cleanly and quickly.
$1.00
The 71B strain is a rapid starter with a constant and complete fermentation, producing a fruity yet fresh character in wine.
$1.00
The D47 is recommended for fermenting wines from white varieties such as Chardonnay and for styles such as Rosé, dry whites, blush and residual sugar wines. An excellent choice for producing meads, especially meads with added spices and/or honey derived from fruit bearing plants such as blackberries, the strain benefits from yeast nutrient supplementation, especially usable nitrogen for creating the proper environment for fermentation.
$1.00
Recommended for all types of wines, the EC-1118 strain excel at fermenting sparkling, dry whites and late harvest wines and cider. Due to the strains hardiness, the EC-1118 may be used to kick-start sluggish or stuck fermentations in wines, meads or high gravity beers.
$0.56
Ideal for all high quality white wines, Côte des Blancs creates  intense varietal expression in styles such as, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Moscato. For ciders, the yeast stain ferments the must to a fruity dryness, leaving the resulting beverage crisp, clean, tart and flavorful. 
$23.00
The Kitchn’s Emma Christensen offers experienced and beginning home beverage makers an accessible guide for brewing alcoholic and non-alcoholic fermented drink’s at home, including recipes for Root Beer, Honey Green Tea Kombucha, Pear Cider, Gluten-Free Sorghum Ale, Blueberry-Lavender Mead, Gin Sake, Plum Wine, and more.
$19.95
From basic techniques to advanced concepts for making great tasting meads, Ken Schramm shepherds the prospective mead maker through the equipment, additives, popular honey varietals available, spices, fruits, recipes and even the proper manner of serving the traditional beverage at a mead tasting event.
$17.19
With concise recipes and instruction, Making Wild Wines and Meads allows the beginning wine maker to create great tasting beverages, easily impressing friends and family. Recipes in the book include, Apricot Wine, Dry Mead, Marigold Wine, Almond Wine, Cherry Melomel, Cranberry Claret, Pea Pod Wine, Lemon-Thyme Metheglin, Strawberry Wine, and Rose Hip Melomel.
$7.99
The Wyeast Sweet Mead strain leaves 2-3% residual sugar in most meads post fermentation. The yeasts rich, fruity profile complements melomel fermentation.
$7.99
For producing award winning meads, the Wyeast 3632 imparts clean flavors and aromas to the finished mead, producing little or no sulfur and low amounts of foam during fermentation.
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