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The Bee's Knees Apple Cider - 5 Gallon Fruit Wine Kit



The Bee's Knees at it's finest using Vintner's Harvest Apple Wine Base.  This delicious, fruit forward Fruit Wine Kit includes everything that you need to produce 5 gallons of easy, homemade Apple Cider, including step by step instructions, all ingredients, and the proper yeast chosen by our in house fermenationists.

Our Fruit Wine Kits are all about making it easy to produce wine from your favorite fruit, and are endlessly customizeable!  You can follow the instructions step by step, or add your own twists like fresh or frozen fruit!

Included In Kit

  • 1 96 oz Can Vintner's Harvest Apple Wine Base
  • 10 lbs Dextrose Sugar
  • 2 lbs Wildflower Honey
  • 2 oz Acid Blend
  • 100 g Fermaid K Yeast Nutrient
  • 1 oz Pectic Enzyme
  • 1 oz American Light Toasted Oak Chips (Used to add Wine Tannin and incredible flavor)
  • 4 oz Potassium Metabisulfite (use in place of Campden Tablets)
  • 1 package Lalvin D47 Yeast
  • 2 oz Potassium Sorbate
  • Step by Step Instructions

Recommended Equipment for Fermentation

  • Fermentation Vessels (6.5 Gallon Bucket and 5 gallon glass carboy)
  • Airlocks
  • #7 Silicone Breathable Stopper for Carboy 
  • Grommet for Airlock for Bucket
  • Auto Siphon 3/8" for transferring from bucket to carboy
  • Hydrometer for measuring gravity
  • Hydrometer Cylinder to measure gravity in
  • Wine Bottles (2 cases or 24 total)
  • Corks
  • Corker
  • SS Spoon for stirring
  • Star San Sanitizer
  • PBW for cleaning fermentation vessels
PDF icon The Bee's Knees Cider - Fruit Wine Kit Instructions
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