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Fruit and berry wine

Fruit and berry wine is a low-alcohol drink that is fermented natural juice from fresh fruits and berries except for grapes. It contains from 5 to 12% of alcohol by volume. Fruit and berry wines are not only nice, delicious, but also nutritious drinks. Its nutritional value can be explained...

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Kombucha

Kombucha is sweet and sour refreshing carbonated drink obtained from Kombucha tea. Kombucha is a low-alcohol drink that contains up to 0.5% of alcohol, contains a variety of organic acids, sugars and other substances. Kombucha is a symbiosis of different yeast fungi and some acidic bacteria, it grows in a...

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Let’s prepare kvass

Kvass is a sour low-alcohol drink that has been considered to be the king of soft drinks in many countries for hundreds of years. It contains 0.5 to 1.5% alcohol by volume. It is a product of incomplete lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation of kvass wort that was prepared...

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Perry

Perry is a low-alcohol drink made from fermented pear juice just like Apple cider. Perry is similar to Apple cider both in its production technique and in its key characteristics. Alcohol content from 5 to 9% of volume. Fruits of cultivated and wild forms of pears are used to prepare...

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Apple cider

Cider is a low-alcohol drink obtained by fermentation of natural Apple juice. It is the most consumed of all fruit wines. Cider has from 5 to 7% by volume of alcohol, so it is can be considered as intermediate between alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Cider also has healing properties along with...

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Grape wine

Making homemade wine may seem a complex and time-consuming process, but if you delve into details, follow the step-by-step recipe for homemade wine from grapes, it becomes relatively easy to prepare this drink. First of all, before you start making wine at home, you need to find the main and...

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Let’s brew homemade beer

Beer is a low-alcohol drink obtained by fermentation of malt wort with the addition of hops. Most often, barley is used to brew malt. Rye, barley, rice, and corn are used less frequently. Wheat malt or wheat is added to barley malt in order to make wheat beer. The...

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