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Hobo Wine, make your own.

This works…I tried it. Except I drank mine on day six because it was done fermenting and I don’t have a lot of patience. I got pretty drunk.

Published on Mar 2, 2012 by JoeandZachSurvival

I read about this online and watched videos on it, then I did it. This is the cheapest, easiest way I have ever seen to make a strongly alchoholic wine in 14 days, and it takes almost no work at all.

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3 Responses to Hobo Wine, make your own.

  1. Katie says:

    I’ll be making this wine, thanks for the post. 🙂

    • tc says:

      It works. I tried it.
      My recipe was a bit different, though.
      I used 1 64 oz jug of apple juice. No preservatives.
      1 cup of sugar.
      1 teaspoon of yeast.
      Shook well. Loosened cap.
      Day 3 — fermentation slowed way down so I added one quarter cup of sugar.
      Quickly tightened cap back on to prevent foaming (mostly.)
      Shook again. Loosened cap.
      Morning day 6 — fermentation appears to stop.
      Afternoon day 6 — got drunk because I ran out of patience.
      A pretty good, slightly staggering, but not totally blitzed kind of drunk.

      • Katie says:

        tc, apple sounds good too.
        This beats getting bit up by chiggers and melting in the heat to harvest the wild Muscadine (mustang grapes) around July 4, in Texas to make wine.
        Good to know it’s potent too. 🙂

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