HONEY WINE: <link>
here in FDL, you can get some "wine making supplies" at NEEDSOME SUPPLIES and at THE CELLAR. both on main street. needsome is down, kiddie corner from goodwill/tuckers south. needsome carries some of the more BASIC EQUIPMENT needed for brewing. the cellar is mid-main, about 6th street? across from mazatlan mexican restaurant. YOU'LL GET A TON more help and information from THE CELLAR guy. he has books on wines (and beers). if beer is more your thing - try making a HONEY beer....he has both KITS and separate ingredients.
i personally "love" the idea of fermentation. fermented foods are AS OLD AS THE HILLS and good for you! here's my motto; FERMENTATION HAPPENS.
when i harvest honey...i set aside all the UNCAPPED frames for extraction separately AT THE END. i want to keep this honey SEPARATE in case it's "too wet". honey that's "too wet" - will FERMENT - and could potentially "spoil" your bottled honey. i promptly make this WET honey into MEAD. i have two 5 gallon carboys bubbling away right now. this years flavors are a WHITE GRAPE and a CRAN-APPLE. ...it smells good in my store-room.