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Mon Jun 23 09:24:23 PDT 2008
Not to mention "A Sip in Time" by Cindy Renfrew...covers all sorts of potent
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 11:26 AM, Sandra Kisner <sjk3 at cornell.edu> wrote:
> > I thought such books only covered beer....
>> There are many books available for making wine. I highly recommend The
>> Joy of Home Wine Making by Terry A. Garey (a former SCAdian and we're even
>> mentioned in the book) and Winemaking: Recipes, Equipment, and Techniques
>> for Making Wine at Home by Stanley F. Anderson and Dorothy Anderson who are
>> the Papazians of home wine making.
> Another book you might find interesting is "Folk wines, cordials &
> brandies: ways to make them, together with some lore, reminiscences, and
> wise advice for enjoying them," by M.A. Jagendorf (NY: Vanguard Press,
> 1963). I picked up my copy because they name caught my eye (it turned out
> one of the professors I worked for was the author's son), and thought the
> topic interesting. I'll admit I haven't tried anything yet, so I have no
> idea if any of the recipes are good (or the instructions appropriate for
> beginners) but it's got info on wines from just about everything.
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