The Witches' Brewpot


The Witches' Brewpot

A place to discuss homebrewing and meadmaking techniques and recipes. I have been brewing my own ale off and on for about 15 yrs. and I love it! You can get very creative with it and there are so many places online now that you can order supplies.

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Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2017

Discussion Forum

wytches kiss

Started by wytchywomyn May 13, 2009. 0 Replies

Dandelion Wine

Started by BellaMoonStar Apr 18, 2009. 0 Replies

Pomegranate Wine

Started by Chirotus Infinitum. Last reply by Dravan Luhawk Nov 12, 2008. 7 Replies

Big Apple Hard Cider

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 11, 2008. 0 Replies

Fast Carbonated Raspberry Cider

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 11, 2008. 0 Replies

Walk on the Wild Cider

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 11, 2008. 0 Replies

Raspberry Melomel

Started by Dravan Luhawk. Last reply by Dravan Luhawk Nov 8, 2008. 2 Replies

Fast Mead

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 5, 2008. 0 Replies

MeadBerry Mead

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 5, 2008. 0 Replies

Medium Apricot Mead

Started by Dravan Luhawk Nov 5, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by Milan* (SnowCrow) Van Z. on March 25, 2013 at 9:24am

Greetings and merry meet! I am new to the art of brewing mead and was hoping some of y'all might have some suggestions-in both the brewing process/recipes as well as any rituals, spells, or enchantments of any sort-which one may wish to share or impart by chance??? Plz and thank u everybody! 


Comment by Dravan Luhawk on June 17, 2009 at 5:04pm
WOW!!! Lot's of new members! I welcome you all! As of late I have'nt been online, but I hope to remedy that soon. When I do, I'll be placing more and more recipes. So keep checking back!

Comment by wytchywomyn on May 11, 2009 at 4:26pm
does anyone have a receipe for "witches kiss"?
Comment by CactusWacked on January 20, 2009 at 5:06am
Hi New here but got my own wort pot :)
looks like my kinda place, mind if I settle in?
Comment by Mistress Tielscea on January 13, 2009 at 10:47pm
I recently had a Jasmine infused Vanilla tea that also has alcohol in it. Does anyone have any recipes for this type of tea. I believe it was called Jasmine Tea. The only reason that I post it here is the simple fact that I know that it has lavender in it as well and I think that the alcohol and the lavender are supposed to sit together for a while before making the actual tea. The really bad thing is that it tastes like sweet tea (my greatest downfall) and it has alcohol. The alcohol tends to kick you in the butt after a couple of glasses. Thanks be to all for the help in finding the recipe.

Blessed Be
Mistress Tielscea
Comment by Dravan Luhawk on December 13, 2008 at 2:12am
I'm working on a new recipe! Elderberry Mead! I know that Elderberries have to be blanched or par-boiled to be edible, but I'm researching to make sure exactly what I need to do (can't be too careful). As soon as I know for a fact that it is safe, I will post it.
Comment by Dravan Luhawk on November 19, 2008 at 6:38am
How many red hots do you put in it? It really sounds great!
Comment by DeAdrea on November 14, 2008 at 7:35pm
Here is a fast and easy kids hot drink, take apple juice I usually use un-filtered apple juice or apple cider un-filtered also because I'm allergic to the stuff they use to make the apple juice clear believe it or not...put it in a pot on the stove or even a crock pot if you are making it for a lot of people, take red-hot and put them in the juice/cider and stir until melted. It turns a pretty shade of red and taste great, at least my kids say it does...drink hot with a cinn. stick on it if you like.

If you want you can reduce it by boiling until it is reduced by 2/3 or until it is as thick as you want it and then drizzle it over ice cream, bread pudding, apple dumplings what ever you want.

hope you enjoy it! Blessed Be...De
Comment by Dravan Luhawk on November 4, 2008 at 5:26am
You have to take a hydrometer reading before you add the yeast to get the S.G. (starting gravity) and then another reading before bottleing to get the F.G. (final gravity) to get an accurate alcohol reading. I have a link on here that you can load your readings into to get your alcohol content. It usually takes at least 6 months to a year for mead to clear.
Comment by DeAdrea on October 31, 2008 at 4:00am
MM all.
I look forward to sharing brewing ideas with you one and all...I have a good friend who is also a witch that makes great mead, I'll see if I can get his secret...I also have a great recipe for an brew that is an irish cream brew but you have to keep it in the fridge because it has heavy cream in it...I do one that taste like chocolate covered cherries and I make a mean pear brandy. I'll see if I can find them since they are all in storage since my as soon as I find them I'll post them.

MP...blesed be to all...De

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