EJWOX Classic Fruit Wine Wooden Press -1.6/3.2/4.75 Gallon -Apple Cider Press

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Enjoy the fruits of the season with an EJWOX authentic fruit and wine press. Press apples, grapes, pears and other fruits into juice, cider, or wine. Start your own annual tradition of pressing cider in the fall, or make your own delicious homemade wine!

  • LFGB & DGCCRF food contact grade approved. A fun, classic and vintage way for making juice, cider, or wine from apples, grapes, pears or other fruits.
  • Heavy duty steel base plate, hardwood basket. The solid and durable construction will ensure this fruit wine press will provide many years of reliable use.
  • Load the crushed fruits into the barrel cage and then rotate down the press plate by using the metal handle, and watch as the juice pours out! Super easy to use even for beginners!
  • A fun and delicious activity for kids and the entire family! Start your own new yearly tradition of making cider to share with your friends and family.
  • Simple to assemble using basic tools, sets up in minutes. Easy to clean with soap and water.
  • Attachable feet with screw holes help increase stability if needed. The fruit press includes 1 filter bag, more can purchased separately in our store.


Product Details and Features

Manufacturer: EJWOX PRODUCTS INC.

    Size: 1.6 Gallon- 6 Wooden Blocks

    Style No.: 1101

     Package Dimensions: 18.7 x 10.6 x 22.2 inches

    Item Weight: 14.51 pounds

    Material: Solid Redwood 


    Size: 3.2 Gallon- 6 Wooden Blocks

    Style No.: 1102

     Package Dimensions: 20.5 x 14.1 x 22.4 inches

    Item Weight: 22.6 pounds

    Material: Solid Redwood 


    Size: 4.75 Gallon- 8 Wooden Blocks

    Style No.: 1103

    Package Dimensions: 24.4 x 14.4 x 27.6 inches

    Item Weight: 27.9 pounds

    Material: Solid Redwood 



Customer Reviews

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l.p.
works as advertised

I squeezed lemons and oranges so far. It works well

Z
Z.O.

Great product

J
J.L.
Practical Fruit Mill for the Homestead

Our family pressed pears for pear cider with this. For our small operation, this was perfect. Relatively easy to put together. Would suggest cutting and even pulverizing your fruit first. We cut/cored our pears and ran them through a blender. We made a large batch of this juicy pulp (about 8 gallons) and poured it into the bag (included), folded the bag over the pulp into the center of the press, and applied the would blocks for pressing. We didn't anticipate this extra step of blending our fruit, but in the end it made sense so that we got as much of the juice as possible. We are considering making extra blocks, as this we ran out of room to wind the press down and felt it could be pressed further.

The components of the mill are heavy duty, and I anticipate this lasting several seasons. We will be trying to mill our grapes next.

Definitely recommend for homemade wines and cider.

K
K.
After some modifications, works great!

It is a well-made fruit crusher. However, you need to make some mods. Here's what I did (your results may vary):

1 - As most of the reviews point out, you need more wooden blocks to provide a longer press stroke. I simply cut 8 untreated 2X4 blocks and then drilled holes in the center. The holes only need to be slightly larger than the Acme thread diameter. The less fruit you have in the press, the more blocks you will need.

2 - I made a one-piece circular crushing block that does a better job than the two-piece one provided. It's a little tricky getting it back out after crushing. Try lifting the whole crusher, tilting it slightly, and then lowering it again - the circular wood block pops out the top. Make the circular wood block about 1/4" smaller in diameter than the press, and then drill a hole in the exact center. Or, just use the half-moon blocks provided.

3 - I attached the whole works to an old piece of OSB for better stability. I put one foot on this base to prevent the whole works from spinning around (and spilling the juice) while cranking down on the press.

4 - Order a couple of extra mesh bags because mine started to tear about 10 uses. However, they can be sewed.

These work for me, and if anyone has better modifications, go for it!

I made over 15 gallons of cider and grape juice this way so far, with more to come!

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L.
Great for apple juice!

Love, love, love this product! Helped me process my six apple trees into apple juice. Just make sure to process early in the morning so you can hose everything off and it can dry out in the sun. We got enough spacer blocks to adequately press everything. Make sure to buy food-grade oil or petroleum jelly so that it doesn't rust! We attach ours to a pallet which gave it the height needed to put a large jug underneath to catch the apple juice