1 Gallon Blueberry Wine Recipes
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- Two pounds of corn sugar per gallon of water. 2 to 4 oz of yeast per ten gallon batch. Warm up part of the water only warm enough to disolve the corn sugar.Finish adding cool water to help cool down the mash to 80 degrees.Add yeast at 80 degrees and let ferment for 7 to 14 days and distill.
- The yeast multiply quickly, so you can use as little as 1/5th of the packet, or the whole packet, either way is fine. A packet is good for anywhere between 1 and 5 gallons. I’ll often use a half packet for 1 gallon batches, and save the second half for another batch if I’m doing one in the next week or two.
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