Pineapple is loaded with all kinds of good enzymes and sugar, making it very easy to ferment. It ferments faster than most other fruits we have made drink with. It is so good when done, it doesn’t last long. So, you may want to make a larger batch than this one we have here. This recipe is for a 1 gallon batch.
1/2 Cup Pro EM•1®
10 drops Liquid Stevia
1 Cup Pineapple juice Concentrate
116 ounces warm water
Mix the ingredients together. Top off the container with warm filtered water, put an airlock* in and ferment. The bubbler in the airlock going up and down will indicate active fermentation. You should start to see a film develop on the surface of the liquid and/or some bubbling within 24 hours of mixing. You can start enjoying in as little as three days.
*Definitely use an airlock on this batch. Pineapple ferments are very active and produce lots of gas due to the high sugar and enzyme content of pineapple.
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