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Recipes

Winning Recipes
Follow the links to find winning wine making recipes and beer making recipes from the National and other shows.
Aperitif - Oxidised, Herb/Spice, Quinine, Citrus
Table Wine - White Dry, White Medium, White Sweet, Rose, Red
After Dinner - White, Red
Sparkling
Social
Mead - Dry, Medium, Sweet
Fortified - Madeira, Port, Sherry
Country
Liqueurs - Fruit, Chocolate/Coffee, Herb/Spice, Cream
Beer - Lager, Ale, Brown Ale, Stout, Porter, Strong Ale, Barley Wine


Prize Winning Recipes by James Smith

Winemakers A-Z from Home Wine and Beer Maker Spring 1998
Members Recipes
2003 Medium Dry Rose
Doug's Traquair Type Ale
Peter Robinson
Doug Hodkinson
Recipes
2004 White Port
County Beermakers 1983 Anniversary Beer
Charles Hill
Phill Turner
Recipes
2005 Dry Apricot Melomel
Beer
Charles Hill
Bill Elks
Recipes
2006 Almond & Raisin Social
Barley Wine
Audrey Atwell
Rod Carroll
Recipes
2007 After Dinner Wine Red
Easy IPA
Chris Jones
Alan Bailey
Recipes
2008 Cyment Mead
Summer Ale
Les Hopper
Richard Baldwin
Recipes
2009 Parsnip Sweet
Mo's Mystic (Dry Stout)
Charles Shelton
Mo Western
Recipes
2010 Dry Gooseberry
Bavarian Wheat Beer
Andrew Bristow
Charles Hill
Recipes
2011 Medium Dry Rose
Amber Ale
Charles Hill
Colin Parton
Recipes
2012 Medium Sweet White Table Wine
Single Malt Pale Ale
Charles Hill
Doug Hodkinson
Recipes
2013 Carrot Wine Sweet
Whitbread's London Porter (1850)
Ted Jordan
Chris Jones
Recipes
2014 Dry White Table Wine
Czech Style Pilsner
Chris Jones
Charles Hill
Recipes
2015 Cumberland Brandy (After Dinner Sweet)
American Hopped Ale
Alan Bailey
Colin Tweed
Recipes
2016 Dry White Table Wine
Crouch Vale Willi Warmer
Elaine Robinson
Charles Shelton
Recipes
2017 Orange Marmalade Aperitif
Old Burton Ale
Kevin Martin
Phill Turner
Recipes
2018 Cherry Wine
Belhaven Wee Heavy (Formerly 91/-)
Peter Robinson
Peter Lawrence
Recipes





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