|Name:||BLUE FLAME Apple Sherry||Contributor:||Martin Golding|
|Description:||Blue Flame Apple Sherry||Posted:||1999-03-23|
|Key words:||apple, wine, brewing||Category:||Beverages|
|Ingredients:||2 lbs apricots, dried
6 lbs apples (windfalls will do)
1 gallon water
1 lb raisins
1 cake shredded wheat
3-1/2 lbs sugar (less for a drier wine)
|Preparation:||This is part of the Blue Flame brewing article.
1. Boil the apricots in the water until very tender, then strain the
liquid off and use the apricots as food.
2. Cut up the apples (leaving skin and brown patches on) and pour the apricot liquid over. Squeeze and mash every day for 14 days, then strain all pulp out.
3. Add the shredded wheat, chopped raisins and sugar and leave to ferment 21 days.
4. Then skim, strain, and bottle. Keep 12 months.