Green Bay, WI, December 20, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Adam Courtney, a local Green Bay man, has published the “Wine Making Journal, for the homemade wine maker.” Adam searched for a wine making journal to record all of his homemade wine batches. Being unable to find one, he decided to make his own. Using a print on demand publisher, Adam was able to produce the book quickly and easily.
Most home winemakers struggle with organization, the Wine Making Journal solves that problem, simplifying the process even further.
Adam says, “I’m very excited to share this journal with other winemaker’s. In the past I struggled with keeping my wine making notes and logs organized and in one place. After developing this journal, it’s made my wine making organized and simple.”
Adam has seen a surge of new homemade wine maker’s in the last five years, many friends have ask him for help in learning how to make their own wine. And the local home brewing store (House of Homebrew) has seen a steady increase in business and customers.
The journal has sections for recording each stage of the wine making process. This includes sections for the primary fermentation, the secondary fermentation, bottling and tasting. The homemade wine maker can record up to 50 batches of wine (usually amounting to over one thousand bottles). There are also sections to record their favorite recipes and notes. It even has space to save each label that the wine maker produces.
Adam has been making homemade wine for the last decade. He has made wine from fresh fruit, wine kits, and even frozen concentrate. His blog and info on the ‘Wine Making Journal’ can be found at winemakingjournal.com.
Adam T. Courtney
173 Vande Hei Road
Green Bay WI 54301