Photo courtesy: Miguel Alan Córdova Silva Most of my blog posts have been about making vinegar or its history. I am going to start adding some special recipes as well. Today’s special is apricot vinegar and all you need are dried apricots, sugar, brewery’s yeast, and raw vinegar with mother. It produces a good vinegar, particularly sweet if you do … Read More
More information on making malt vinegar
Many people read and commented on our post regarding beer and malt vinegar. In order to help aspiring malt vinegar makers, we are linking this article about malt vinegar manufacturing from Roderick N. Greenshields from the University of Aston in Birmingham. No one does malt vinegar better than the British and Greenshields was one of the best experts. Birmingham was … Read More
Make your own vinegar poster!
In order to help the legions of those trying to make their own vinegar, we have developed a poster for making your own vinegar! Please see the JPEG image below. Let us know what you think! Click the image for full size. A professional poster version can be ordered for a homebrew shop from LD Carlson. Please do not print … Read More
Quickly Make Vinegar: The Semi-Quick Process for Making Vinegar (The Boerhaave Process)
Read the full book on the history of vinegar, Vinegar, The Eternal Condiment available on Amazon! Vinegar making is many things: fun, educational, delicious, healthy, and an ancient tradition. I have made many posts about making vinegar at home and the traditional process, often called the “slow process” makes the most flavorful and well-rounded vinegar. The downside is the time: … Read More
Rose petal vinegar – a Supreme new product!
Introducing our new rose petal vinegar! Our in-house manufactured white wine (5% acidity) infused with food grade red rose petals. A delicious and soothing taste great for salads, marinades, or even as a soothing skin ointment! Buy here now! 250mL, 5% acidity
Vinegar Acidities – Levels and Usage
We have talked about acidity a bit on this blog, from how to measure acidity and how it is different from pH to comparing the acidity of Coca-Cola and vinegar. Vinegar obviously comes in different acidities though. Which one do you need? How do they help? Below is a quick and informative guide to vinegar acidities and their usages. Acidity … Read More
Vinegar/Kombucha Acidity Testing and Microbiological Analysis Services
Here at Supreme Vinegar we frequently get inquiries about testing vinegar acidity or even questions about what bacteria someone’s vinegar has. We frequently test all of these in our own vinegars and would now like to extend our services to all home vinegar or kombucha makers. Vinegar/Kombucha Acidity Testing Acidity testing is done using sodium hydroxide titration and the average … Read More
pH and acidity exercise: Vinegar vs. Coca Cola
Based on our last post outlining the differences between pH and acidity as measures of acid strength, a short exercise will help emphasize the differences. Here we will compare two deceptively similar acids: 5% store bought white vinegar and Coca-Cola classic. White Vinegar As stated before, 5% white vinegar has an acidity of 5% which means 5 grams of … Read More
pH and acidity – their difference and importance in vinegar
Those who know vinegar know acidity is of prime importance in measuring the completion and strength of vinegar. Acetic acid is what distinguishes vinegar and global standards of taste and safety specify minimum acidity levels for vinegar. The more widely recognized measurement of the strength of an acid (or base) is the pH scale. Many people know pH is important … Read More
Mead makers rejoice! Honey vinegar mother of vinegar now available!
Our Supreme Honey/Mead Mother of Vinegar is now for sale on Amazon. A live culture that allows you to make your own honey vinegar from mead!