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Andy Hamiton’s delicious alcoholic elderflower champagne

The fizz that characterises elderflower champagne is a result of bottling before the fermentation process has finished, normally this process is started by capturing wild yeast. This can cause problems: namely, lack of alcohol, exploding bottles and disappointing results. By … Continue reading

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Elderflower champagne problems from mould, no fizz to exploding bottles

For more recipes and problem solving have a look at my book, Booze for free. Over the last few years I have shared a few elderflower champagne recipes. It is a very popular drink it and at some point many people … Continue reading

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