"Would you have a recipe for guava wine?" Andrew Barrett
This wine is made from canned guava halves in syrup, but it could easily be made from fresh guava. Just measure the amount required (3 pounds) after peeling and removing the seeds.
Drain the guava halves and set the packing syrup aside for topping up. Dice the guava and put in nylon straining bag. Tie bag and put in primary. Add all ingredients except yeast. Stir well to dissolve sugar. Cover primary and wait 12 hours. Add activated yeast. Gently squeeze bag twice daily for four days. Drain pulp (do not squeeze) and combine drained juice with juice in primary. Allow to settle overnight or until specific gravity drops to 1.020. Rack into secondary, fit airlock, and top up after 10 days if needed. After additional 20 days, rack. Top up, refit airlock, and ferment 60 days. Rack again, top up and refit airlock. After additional 60 days, rack if clear and bottle. If not clear, fine with Bentonite, wait two weeks and bottle. Age at least 6 months, but 12 is better. [Adapted from Leo Zanelli's "Home Winemaking from A to Z"]
My thanks to Andrew Barrett for the request