Q: How much juice is needed to make 5 gallons?
A: 96oz with 7-8lbs of added sugar will produce a 5 gallon kit
Q: Thank you for the prompt reply. One follow-up to this "The contents of the container would be a pureed and filtered rhubarb and water" - so is the water the result of the puree process or do you add water to it and if the latter, how much water is added in ounces?
A: Water would be needed to be added to the contents of this container in addition to added sugars for producing wine from this product. The volume of water and sugar needed would be varied based on the recipe your following for that batch size and the desired ABV and body of the wine.
The contents of the container would be the rhubarb itself, and added water from the manufacturer to aid in keeping the product in liquid form in the container
Q: I make a rhubarb schnapps from scratch and this could make it easier. Do you have a copy of the flavor ingredient data sheet on this product that you could email to me? I'd like to see the ingredients before ordering. Thank you
A: The contents of the container would be a pureed and filtered rhubarb and water
Q: I want rhubarb to make a pie, cook for eating, to make coffee cake. Do u know where I can purchase?
A: This is a rhubarb fruit pureee/juice used for wine making, Rhubarb can be found in some grocery stores or throguh farmers markets locally as well
Q: How many gal. can you make with this base?
A: The recipe on the canister calls for a 5 gallon fermentaion
Q: Do you have a copy of the flavor ingredient data sheet on this product that you coudl email to me? I am learning that a label is difficult to get approved for Rhubarb and i'd like to see the ingredients before ordering. Thank you
A: I have emailed you the information that we have. Let us know if you need more than that
Q: Was in Petosky this summer and had a rhubarb stout. I was great!
Was thinking of using the Vintners Harvest rhubarb puree.
Any thoughts on using this in such a manner? If not from knowledge,
any thinking would be appreciated.
A: Sure, just add to secondary!