Monthly Archives: December 2010

Tasting Wine

Friday December 10, 2010 We put up eighty-seven bottles of wine last week: one Pinot Gris, one Merlot, and one Bourgogne Rouge. We also started three wines, 18 gallons: a Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, and two Valpolicellas (one expensive and one … Continue reading

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On Finding Wine: Kitty’s First Blog

Blogger, Kitty Follett CVO (Chief Visionary Officer) and wine maker of Bull City Homebrew Thursday, December 09, 2010 Before doing blogging in earnest, I have to provide some background. If you are short on time and patience, just skip to … Continue reading

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Milk labels, surprisingly awesome

I just tried using the milk and paper method for making beer labels, and it worked way better than I ever expected. I know this is not a new thing, but wanted to post my results. Here’s the steps for … Continue reading

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Let’s keep it local in Durham

I was really inspired by carpedurham’s tweeting about the whole Sustainabull movement the other day.  The idea behind Sustainabull is that you try to buy locally in Durham when possible.  When you do that, money flows back into our community … Continue reading

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