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Kombucha "wine" -- up to 12% ABV if you use Champagne yeast. I consider it more of a beer, very close to a Berlinerweisse. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berliner_Weisse Good instructions here: http://www.happyherbalist.com/second%20stage%20fermentation.htm
This champagne yeast brioche loaf recipe yields a rich, buttery, tender, and wonderful loaf of brioche. Using champagne yeast in the dough makes this the perfect bread to serve at your New Year's Eve party. Enjoy! | pastrychefonline.com
Ginger Wine/Beer- 1 gallon - 1 1/4c w sugar & br sugar, 1/2c grated ginger, 1/2c lemon juice, 1 pkg champagne yeast & water(enough to fill to neck of jug) In a few cups of water simmer sugar & ginger 20 minutes. Cool/Strain to jug. Add lemon juice & yeast. Top with water & AIRLOCK. Leave for 3 weeks, rack, leave one more week, rack into bottles. Ready to drink or age.
One of my favorite cocktail mixers is the spicy ginger beer, used for the summer favorite "Moscow Mule", or evening sipper, the "Dark and Stormy." But I've had enough of the spendy, over-sweetened bottles from the supermarket, so I figured: it's time to make our own. Here are three ways to make an extremely tasty version happen at home.