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reusing must from wine fermintation..........

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MrK

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I have two six gallon batch of vino fermenting away, one is pineapple and the other is sweet cherry with a touch of raisin. I thought about taking the cherry must, lightly blending it and adding a quantity of the pineapple must also lightly blended to make a batch of cherry/pineapple mead. My thought on the light blenderizing was to expose more of the original fruit to the new mix.

Will this work satisfactorily or am I just being cheap........ it seems a shame to throw away so much seemingly viable fruit.
 

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Make your mead anyway you want, as long as it appeals to your taste.

Wait, what do you mean throw away the fruit? I think I missed something...

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no mistake............... stupid newbie taliking out his @$$! Transfered both to secondary yesterday, in the immortal words of Gildna Rader " Never Mind!"
 
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