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Anyone had Skeeter Pee?

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Anyone had Skeeter Pee?

 

Is it any good?

http://skeeterpee.com

post #2 of 7

Hah!  ;) No, can't say I have!

post #3 of 7

At first, I was sure this was simply a misspelling. But the name was just too curious to pass on so I had to Google it.  Sho 'nuf, "Skeeter Pee" is a real thing.  It's fermented lemonade, basically.  A lemon wine, in other words.  Evidently tricky to make but it does sound interesting.

 

Joe

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I think I'm going to try a batch next time I make wine.

 

It comes out to like 60 cents per bottle, including a 14 cent cork.

post #5 of 7

Never tried and heard of this. Do anyone have a recipe for this? Thanks!!

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Never tried and heard of this. Do anyone have a recipe for this? Thanks!!


http://skeeterpee.com/Skeeter_Pee/Recipe.html

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post #7 of 7
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Yes, the recipe is here:

http://skeeterpee.com/Skeeter_Pee/Recipe.html

 

You need a yeast slurry, which you won't have unless you make wine.

 

These are one of the best cheap kits, it comes out to under $2.50/bt

http://www.finevinewines.com/c-258-vinifera-noble.aspx

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