Yesterday, my favorite brew wench (hi Christie!) and I made our first foray into brewing with fruit. We made Apfelwein, which is a fermented beverage made from apples. From Wikipedia:
Apfelwein (German, apple wine) is a German variant of cider made out of apples. It is also regionally known as Ebbelwoi, Äppler, Stöffsche, Apfelmost (apple must), Viez (from Latin vice, the second or substitute wine), and Saurer Most (sour must). It has an alcohol content of 5.5%–7% and a tart, sour taste. The name Äppler, mainly propagated by large producers, is generally not used in restaurants or by smaller manufacturers who instead call the beverage Schoppen or Schoppe which refers to the measure of the glass.