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OK, two birds with one stone here. Gives me something to do to pass the time, to love, to cherish, to treat like one of my own and then once ready, bottle it and drink it till I fall over.
Good price for this and also gets very good reviews (See here)
Deal link goes to their eBay store but if you prefer you can buy from their Amazon store HERE
Hedgerow Wine Making Kit
Our Hedgerow Wine Kit contains all the ingredients you need to make your own wine from the fruit in your garden. Just add the fruit itself plus sugar and water. We provide the rest; the recipes, complete instructions and a lifetime of email support!
Please note: You will need something to brew this wine in. A demijohn and airlock would be preferable but a bucket with a loose fitting lid would also be suitable.
This kit makes 4.5L of hedgerow wine (6 whole bottles).
Included recipes
Apple (sour), Apricot, Aronia, Banana, Beetroot, Blackberry, Blackcurrant, Blueberry, Broad Beans, Cherry, Coconut, Crab Apple, Cranberry, Damson, Dates, Elderberry, Elderflower, Fig, Gooseberry, Grape, Grapefruit, Greengage, Honey Mead, Loganberry, Lemon, Loquat, Mango, Orange, Parsnip, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Plum, Pumpkin, Raisin, Raspberry, Redcurrant, Rhubarb, Rose, Petal, Rosehip, Rowanberry, Sloe, Strawberry,Watermelon
Included in the kit:
Wine yeast and nutrient blend
Finings to clear the wine
Citric acid (to adjust the acidity)
Pectin enzyme (prevents pectin making your wine cloudy)
Stabiliser (so your wine will last for years!)
Straning cloth (to separate the fruit pulp from the wine)
Sterilising powder (to keep everything clean and sterile)
Full instructions on the process and lifetime email support
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"includes Stabiliser to make the wine last years"

The wine be lucky to last a weekend!
You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this time of year rhubarb is available and all you need is a fermentation bucket a demijohn and air lock, sugar, yeast and also, but not essential, some root ginger to spice it up a bit, some citric acid and yeast nutrient. I regularly make it, it's lovely and costs about 25 to 35p a bottle to make if you grow your own rhubarb, maybe a bit more now due the rise in prices. Here's a link with some recipes wineturtle.com/hom…pe/
We've got everything you need...Just add fruit, water and sugar....Plus you need a demijohn and airlock....EVERYTHING YOU NEED?!?!
Be lucky to find anything in a hedgerow you can use at this time of year
Edited by: "buzzard" 3rd Apr
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Mi gusto mucho, Pero yo no tengo un jardin
"includes Stabiliser to make the wine last years"

The wine be lucky to last a weekend!
Be lucky to find anything in a hedgerow you can use at this time of year
Edited by: "buzzard" 3rd Apr
We can plan
And ordered ta
Thanks OP
How bad could it be? Don’t answer that
Worth a shot for the price 🔥
You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this time of year rhubarb is available and all you need is a fermentation bucket a demijohn and air lock, sugar, yeast and also, but not essential, some root ginger to spice it up a bit, some citric acid and yeast nutrient. I regularly make it, it's lovely and costs about 25 to 35p a bottle to make if you grow your own rhubarb, maybe a bit more now due the rise in prices. Here's a link with some recipes wineturtle.com/hom…pe/
Just bought a couple it's gonna be a messy one
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kernewek03/04/2020 22:51

You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this …You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this time of year rhubarb is available and all you need is a fermentation bucket a demijohn and air lock, sugar, yeast and also, but not essential, some root ginger to spice it up a bit, some citric acid and yeast nutrient. I regularly make it, it's lovely and costs about 25 to 35p a bottle to make if you grow your own rhubarb, maybe a bit more now due the rise in prices. Here's a link with some recipes https://www.wineturtle.com/homemade-wine-recipe/#tab-con-25



Brilliant post.

To add, you can make a turbo cider with shop bought apple and grape juice. Also a ginger beer around 4% is also easy to do. You can also reuse the yeast if you keep things clean. I'm about to make a Citra Ale, total cost is around 20p a pint and ready in a couple of weeks.
People should note that this isn't harvest season so most of the things you'd gather in hedgerows won't be available. You'll also need something to brew in but a 5L water container from Iceland or Tesco's with the lid slightly ajar will do. You won't even need to sterilise, just empty the water and use.

I noticed brewing buckets in The Range yesterday when I was doing a shop, they also have a home brew section for a lot of equipment. If you do get into brewing though, try supporting your local home brew shop. You will get great advice and more specialised equipment.
kernewek03/04/2020 22:51

You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this …You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this time of year rhubarb is available and all you need is a fermentation bucket a demijohn and air lock, sugar, yeast and also, but not essential, some root ginger to spice it up a bit, some citric acid and yeast nutrient. I regularly make it, it's lovely and costs about 25 to 35p a bottle to make if you grow your own rhubarb, maybe a bit more now due the rise in prices. Here's a link with some recipes https://www.wineturtle.com/homemade-wine-recipe/#tab-con-25


Which ones the quickest?

Im not a very patient person. I wouldn't be able to keep my hands off it!
So it’s a recipe, yeast and stabiliser? Lol. What a ripoff!
rubbish
add in fruit, the extras like a demijohn, airlock, bottles to rack into, etc. & Wilko sell the whole lot, inc. the stuff in this overpriced kit.

you may as well just go buy yourself the ready made stuff.
Edited by: "bojangles" 5th Apr
kernewek03/04/2020 22:51

You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce.


Or fruit juice & follow a turbo cider recipe.
We've got everything you need...Just add fruit, water and sugar....Plus you need a demijohn and airlock....EVERYTHING YOU NEED?!?!
Time to dig out the CJJ Berry book.
I used to make a perfectly drinkable wine just using orange juice.
Swear my old man got type 2 from using these! Gooseberry, rhubarb, crab apple the lot. He would make an 'excuse' to go to the shed in the afternoon (get away from my mum) and get blotto on this stuff but he was drinking it when too sugary and went diabetic the old gas guzzler! lol He gave me a bottle of gooseberry wine and I was out the game. Asked him the next morning what the hell the recipe was. "Add a quarter bottle of Smirnoff!" lol
“Broad bean” is listed as a suitable incredient.
kernewek03/04/2020 22:51

You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this …You can make wine quite easily with most fresh or frozen produce. At this time of year rhubarb is available and all you need is a fermentation bucket a demijohn and air lock, sugar, yeast and also, but not essential, some root ginger to spice it up a bit, some citric acid and yeast nutrient. I regularly make it, it's lovely and costs about 25 to 35p a bottle to make if you grow your own rhubarb, maybe a bit more now due the rise in prices. Here's a link with some recipes https://www.wineturtle.com/homemade-wine-recipe/#tab-con-25


I've only got pedigree chum and ryveta. Will that work?
I’ve been brewing for a couple of years, trust me you need to add a zero on to this price to brew a wine even close to a £5 commercial bottle.

Genuinely, I’d be scared to put a £7 kit down the sink. Would probably need to seal it in lead and take it up the skip.

Try the Atmosphere wine kits, but as I say you need to add a zero to the cost of this.
mdekq00705/04/2020 10:33

I've only got pedigree chum and ryveta. Will that work?


You can try if that's what you fancy, lol.
jordanp6805/04/2020 01:21

Which ones the quickest?Im not a very patient person. I wouldn't be able …Which ones the quickest?Im not a very patient person. I wouldn't be able to keep my hands off it!


Rhubarb is quite quick but you really need fermentation to finish before you bottle and drink it and that is usually at least 3 months.
bojangles05/04/2020 06:47

Or fruit juice & follow a turbo cider recipe.


Yes fruit juice, if you can get it, there are recipes for it too and it's very simple to make.
kernewek05/04/2020 10:49

Rhubarb is quite quick but you really need fermentation to finish before …Rhubarb is quite quick but you really need fermentation to finish before you bottle and drink it and that is usually at least 3 months.


I f you make a fruit juice one, like apple juice for instance, you will be able to drink that sooner but it all depends when the fermentation stops although you can drink it earlier just keep tasting it until your happy with it but it'll be lower in alcohol.
What a great idea :o) Just remember if you are out picking in hedgerows, don't go below 'dog leg lifting' levels....
Given the amount of effort that goes into it I would say don't go below 20l and go for mid-range kits at least (unless you want to distil the wine afterwards and make brandy ) Also they say it's good in a week or 2 but reallity is that it has to mature and sit as well, preferably for months.
My dad's elderflower wine was gorgeous.
Ordered thanks
I love how hedgerow fruit includes watermelon
Bought a load of 5 Litre bottles of water from morrisons a few weeks ago ( i have kidney failure and tap water tastes like sh*te) The wife likes the odd tanker or two of El Vino Cheapo so she might appreciate something like this.
Save yourself £7, just add whatever you want into a bucket, throw a kilo of sugar into some water and heat it up until it's disolved. Add it to the fruit, throw in a couple of spoonfuls of bread yeast (any yeast will do) leave it about 3 weeks and you've done. Quick and nasty.
ordered thanks!
BadMF06/04/2020 18:01

Save yourself £7, just add whatever you want into a bucket, throw a kilo …Save yourself £7, just add whatever you want into a bucket, throw a kilo of sugar into some water and heat it up until it's disolved. Add it to the fruit, throw in a couple of spoonfuls of bread yeast (any yeast will do) leave it about 3 weeks and you've done. Quick and nasty.


are you saying this takes 3 weeks to come of age?
flipper11813/04/2020 18:05

are you saying this takes 3 weeks to come of age?


It’ll be finished fermenting by then. At which point it’s drinkable, but it’ll have the yeast and other crud in it. Drink it like that and you’ll have gut rot the next day.

Get some finings to drop all the dead yeast out and filter off the sediment and let it age a year or two and you might have something drinkable.
BadMF13/04/2020 18:09

It’ll be finished fermenting by then. At which point it’s drinkable, but it …It’ll be finished fermenting by then. At which point it’s drinkable, but it’ll have the yeast and other crud in it. Drink it like that and you’ll have gut rot the next day.Get some finings to drop all the dead yeast out and filter off the sediment and let it age a year or two and you might have something drinkable.


Mine is arriving on Wednesday, so this Friday night is out of the question then
Most definitely.
Edited by: "BadMF" 13th Apr
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