Making wine is easier to make than beer. You don’t need to boil your ingredients and results are very consistent when using our wine concentrate kits. Wine making does require more patience than home brewing as a wait of 2 – 6 months is needed before you start enjoying your wine. Transferring your wine from plastic primary to secondary is required to allow the wine to clear properly. Each concentrate kit makes 6 gallons when finished (except noted otherwise). You will typically end up with 25-30 bottles of your own wine to enjoy. Winemaking Equipment Kit with Double Lever Corker and Better Bottle Includes:7. 8 gallon plastic fermenter with lid, 6 gallon Better Bottle, Stopper, Airlock, Bottle brush, Hydrometer, 4 ounces of Easy Clean No-Rinse Cleanser, Double Lever Corker, 30- #8 X 1 3/4″ straight corks, Racking cane, 5 feet of siphon tubing, Bottle filler, Shut-off clamp. See our corker page for more information on the different corkers. Note: The 6 gallon mark on the plastic fermenter is the bottom ring. Starter Winemaking Equipment Kit w/ Better Bottle & Double Lever Corked, Country of origin – United States, Manufacturer name – Midwest Home brewing and Winemaking Supplies.
- Wait of 2 – 6 months is needed before you start enjoying your wine
- Transferring your wine from plastic primary to secondary is required to allow the wine to clear properly
- Each concentrate kit makes 6 gallons when finished