Here is all the information you need to set up a home winery and build all of the basic equipment -- for just a fraction of the cost of store-bought. Steve Hughes includes building plans and step-by-step instructions for more than 30 winemaking essentials, including a crusher, a de-stemmer, presses, pumps, and a bottle filler. He even offers a range of options for cellar racking. Along the way, Hughes leads readers through the entire process of winemaking--how to use the equipment, how to set up a winery, the best ways to store and analyze wine, and the best ways to filter, bottle, cork, and label. With this guide, you'll have everything you need to affordably enjoy delicious, high-quality, homemade wine.Make the wiring connections. ... From the thermostat, connect a 12aquot; length of 14/2 cable to the thermostat and install a three-prong 120V plug on the other end. ... For areas where 220V is standard, contact a licensed electrician for more information. ... may be present, be sure all outlets and other sources of power are connected to a groundfault circuit interrupter (GFCI) and a suitable breaker or fuse panel.
|Title||:||The Homebuilt Winery|
|Publisher||:||Storey Publishing - 2012-07-04|