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2 x Spike Your Juice Kits, "Value Pack"

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About the Product

  • "2 x Kits!!" Turns your favorite juice into a delicious and refreshing alcoholic beverage
  • 1 Kit (6 Packets) makes 3 gallons in 48 hours
  • Can be served hot or cold - perfect year round
  • 3 Fast & Easy Steps
  • Based on the traditional wine making concept - Made in the USA


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B003QVL4SW
  • UPC: 094922265937
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,221 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Gregory King on December 31, 2010
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EDIT: I found an even better way to work this stuff. Read on for good tips.

Buy TWO (or more) bottles of the same juice. Apple or peach grape are good options. Let one ferment out dry...takes about a week.

Then, pour about 75% out into a pitcher. Refill the original container with fresh juice. Put the vapor lock back on...you've created Batch #2.

Pour the pitcher of dry alcoholic juice into the new container (with 25% juice). Squeeze the bottle to remove the rest of the air. Re-install the lid. Wait 24-48 hours until the bottle is stiff again and then refrigerate. Drink and enjoy perfectly sweet/dry/carbonated spiked juice.

The advantages?

1. No worrying about how long it'll take to ferment. You can run your first bottle dry and then add the fresh juice right before the weekend to prime the carbonation. You can leave the first bottle with vapor lock in a finished fermentation state for days/weeks without issue.
2. You control the sweetness/dryness. Vary the mix ratio to suit your taste.
3. You control the carbonation. Adjust the refrigeration and/or vent carbonation to avoid overpressure. (Squeezing out all the air helps prevent oxidation).
4. You get cleaner drink. The yeast drops out of suspension and is left in the next batch.
5. YOU REUSE THE YEAST AND SAVE MONEY! Do this just once per batch and you cut your cost by 50%. Plus the next batch starts up quicker than if you'd pitched new yeast.

When you're ready to "shut it down", you can use margarita mix as your sweetener. Pour the clean fermented juice into a separate container, leaving the cloudy yeast at the bottom. Discard this (after thanking the yeast for their hard work). You might only have 50-70% of your container left.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By David M. Warren on October 18, 2010
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Basically it does just want it says. Get a juice, any 100% juice with more than the required amount of sugar per serving, drop in the powder, place the supplied air seal on the bottle, and wait two days. In return, you'll get a nice bubbly drink that tastes similar to mixing whatever juice you used with a hard cider. I used white grape, and probably should have picked a hardier variant. It would be a great drink for a party punch bowl (since it's relatively inexpensive per serving), or a hot summer day.

One thing to note, when you've reached the desired fermentation, remove the yeast from the bottom. If not, it will continue fermenting, even if you put it in the fridge. I did this by pouring the juice on the top into a pitcher, and leaving the sludge in the bottom of the juice bottle. Just wash it out, and put the juice back in, and you're set.

Also, be sure to keep the airlock on the bottle once it's in the fridge. Don't use the bottle cap! Since the yeast is still doing its job, if you use the bottle cap, pressure will cause an explosion.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lisa H Dugger on February 28, 2011
As long as you follow the instructions, you will have a great tasting, slightly alcoholic drink in a few days. The longer you let it ferment, the drier the taste gets (less sugar). Since I can't drink conventional wine due to health issues (allergic to grapes, histimines, tannins), I was able to use my favorite blueberry juice and make an easy blueberry wine. I even cook with it. Great stuff!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jake on March 20, 2013
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The airlock is good quality and cleans very easily though some bottles (notably Ocean Spray) may have too large of a mouth. Just transfer to a bottle with a smaller opening and you're fine. As opposed to the directions, the yeast takes at least one day and sometimes two to spin up. I recommend letting the juice ferment for at least one week, preferably 10-12 days. I used a funnel and cut a small cube of fine sponge to put in the end to filter out most of the yeast when I transferred to a storage bottle. Potassium sorbate is useful for deactivating any remaining yeast. This means you can drink the whole bottle instead of worrying about consuming active yeast. Leave most of the debris in the bottom of the first bottle and pour the next batch on top to reuse your packet at least once. It starts fermenting much faster this way as well. Tart juices work out the best. I recommend cranberry pomegranate or cherry mixes. Store brands seems to work just as well as name brand.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mark on January 10, 2012
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This stuff works great- and you can control the alcohol content and dryness.

The longer you brew the higher the alcohol content will get, and at the same time your juice will get dryer from the lack of sugars. So if you want a higher alcohol content but want it to stay sweeter then just add about 1/2 cup of sugar to the juice beforehand, shake it up real good, then add the mix and brew it for a day or two longer than the initial 24 hours. The taste of your brew can change pretty dramatically from day to day so taste test it as you go along.

Also make sure to remove about 1/2 cup of the juice from the bottle before you brew- this will prevent spillover and problems when you push the rubber cap onto the bottle.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Garrett on January 8, 2012
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I got this as a gift for an old roommate of mine. Despite our propensities for beer and whiskey, neither I nor he have anything against prison wine. When life gives you pomegranate juice, probably the best thing to do is to ferment said pomegranate juice. This product really does work, and it's incredibly easy, and cost effective, and pomegranates have antioxidants.
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