Equipment Kit plus
3 gal BB PET jug........ $108.94
3 gal BB PET jug........
Equipment Kit plus
5 gal BB PET jug........ $112.10
5 gal PET jug........
Starter Wine Equipment Kit plus
6 gal BB PET
6 gal BB PET jug.........
|Starter Wine Equipment Kit Includes:
7.8 gallon fermenting Bucket, with drilled lid and grommet,
3 or 5 or 6 gallon PET carboy
Small Buon Vino Drilled stopper (bung)
3 Piece Airlock
hydrometer wine triple scale
hydrometer jar 10"
thermometer 8" floating
racking wand 21 inch for 3/8
tubing, 5 feet of 3/8
spring (combination) bottle filler 3/8"
wine bottle brush
B-Brite 8 ounces
Also included: "Enjoy Home Winemaking" a guide for the
This kit does not include a
corker, corks. They may be ordered at bottling time or purchase a DELUXE
| The DELUXE Kit, (regardless of jug
size) also includes :
All the basics that are in the Starter Equipment Kit.
a double-wing corker with an adjustable ram
corks 9 X 1 3/4 agglomerated
16 count for 3 gallon set up
25 count for 5 gallon set up
30 corks for 6 gallon set up
Includes: at www.101winemaking.com
Primary fermenter (7.8 gallon) and lid drilled for a grommet
bottling bucket (7.8 gallon) side drilled for and including a
3/8 bottling spigot
one step cleaner
thermometer 5" floating
siphon and bottling set-up:
straight racking rod
bottle filler, spring loaded
and bucket clip
1 gross (144) plain gold crown caps or misc
twin lever capper
beer bottle brush
book: Quality Brewing by Burch
Basic Brewing by Tom Mitchell, also online
This kit does not include crown neck beer bottles. It is
recommended that you NOT use screw cap bottles. Get the
crown cap finish. Look at your
beverage bottle return shops for the best buy on beer
bottles. They are 5 cents in NYS.
Seasoned brewers are observing that the older glass is
thicker than the newer bottles.
To Start winemaking, you'll
- Books, information.
- Carboys. You'll always need an
empty one for racking.
- Bung to fit
- Siphon hose and
Racking tube for racking.
- Bottle filler for the end process of filling bottles. Attaches to
end of siphon tubing. This fills from the bottom up. A 3/8 size
wine for corking when removed from a 750 ml bottle
- Hydrometer (triple scale: potential alcohol, Brix, specific gravity) to
test the sugar level BEFORE
- Corn sugar (Dextrose) to adjust "Brix" or sugar.
- Yeast: Your pick, our recommendation. 1 pack per 5-7 gallons.
- Thermometer to check temperature of water for yeast re-hydration
- Potassium Metabisulfite: an anti-oxidant and anti bacterial
additive. Recommended rate of 40 to 80 ppm, the lesser amount for red
as it has bleaching characteristics. This is added at
racking. It can also be used for cleaning and chasing chlorine rinses.
- OR Campden Tablets are a tablet form of Sodium or Potassium metabisulfite for use in small
lots. One tablet is (rate varies) 30 to 120 ppm in 1 gallon.
Check the label
- +5-5 Hydrometer to check sugar at the end of fermentation. A
negative 2 reading is dry, dry, dry. A positive 1degree reading has
some sugar left and is not safe to bottle unless Sorbate (in combination
with Potassium Metabisulfite) is going to be used. See
Bottling Sweet Wine (Sorbate)
- Bucket, pail, open fermenter with lid and airlock
- most of the above.