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  1. i'm going to try to make some this year and have read quite a few of the posts on here and picked up some good tips.(Thanks! ) What i would like to know is what type of bottle/container people use to keep the sloe's/gin mixture in for the year? Would a plastic 1.5ltr coke bottle be ok? Should it be full to the brim or should there be a small air space? I presume the bottle should be clean but does it need to be steralised as such? Thanks, SP69
  2. Chaps, I made a batch of Sloe Gin this weekend, and whilst stood there pricking my berries (no euphemism) my mind started to wander to other possibilities in the hedgerow. I've had success in the past with Blackberry Brandy, and was just wondering whether anyone had found another combination of booze and hedgerow treat that is worth the effort... I look forward to some serious experimentation over the next few months!
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