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Old 24-07-2006, 10:32 AM posted to alt.food.wine
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If you are a wine/spirits lover, or even if you want to save a LOT of
money by creating your own fine wines & spirits at home (you would not
believe how cheap it actually is to make your own alcohol) then this is
one resource that should certainly be in your collection.
Amaze your family & friends with marvellous, flavoursome wines that are
every bit as good as those in up market wine shops.
http://winemakingbras.blogspot.com/#


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Orjndghasbeo (nice name, BTW -- easy to Google and find that you
regularly post a bunch of blog-related ads for doubtfully trashy
publications),

Given the book you're promoting doesn't mention a thing about the
publisher, and that you've combined two entirely different procedures -
wine and spirits - into a single publication, it's safe to say that
Robert Cluett's simple winemaking guide is probably far superior to
whatever you're selling.

If you really had any clue about this, and you wanted to group in
additional subject material, you could have included home brewing
tutorials, as much of the same equipment can be used for making both
beer and wine. To that end, I'll stick with Charlie Papazian, thank you
very much.

David


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If you are a wine/spirits lover, or even if you want to save a LOT of
money by creating your own fine wines & spirits at home (you would not
believe how cheap it actually is to make your own alcohol) then this is
one resource that should certainly be in your collection.
Amaze your family & friends with marvellous, flavoursome wines that are
every bit as good as those in up market wine shops.
http://winemakingbras.blogspot.com/#



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