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Moonshine making 101 - This is a beginners guide to making moonshine and fuel. Learn how to distill alcohol, ethanol and even purify water. This is a great skill to have for off grid living. You can get a low cost home distilling unit here. 🤍 To see my FREE unlisted videos and private videos , just sign up at 🤍 Music Title Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍 #homebrew #moonshine #howto
Richard and Craig begin harvesting sugar cane along the coast of Louisiana, as they are preparing to start making cherry cognac with Mark and Digger. 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery UK on Twitter: 🤍
I walk through my process for mashing the super simple beginner recipe. This recipe is technically a sugar wash, but we're steeping corn and molasses flavor. It is perfect for the beginner because it simplifies every step of the process and allows for a great-tasting product with only a novice-level skill. Home distilling is a very rewarding hobby and I hope this video encourages more people to join the craft by showing just how simple it can be. If you're interested in checking out the recipe ingredients kit offered by STill'n The Clear here's the link. Super Simple Beginner Recipe 10 gallon Ingredients Kit 🤍 Come be a part of our moonshine community at MeWe.com 🤍 Don't forget to check out Still'n The Clear, the podcast all about home-distilling. 🤍 Check out the Still'n The Clear website 🤍 "Subscribe Button" by MrNumber112 🤍
Can moonshine make you blind? Technically, yes. Any poorly made booze can be dangerous. But you can relax with a few critical pieces of information. Go to 🤍 and use code WHISKEYTRIBE to get $20 off your first box! Thanks to Shaker & Spoon for sponsoring today's video. - - - - - - - - - - - The Crowded Barrel Whiskey Company is the World's first crowdsourced whiskey distillery - and the Whiskey Tribe is that crowd. Join the world-wide community of Magnificent Bastards here: 🤍 The Mission And Patreon 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - Below you will find further details regarding the numbers necessary to get a dangerous dose of methanol. Moonshine doesn't have the same ingredient requirements as whiskey, but the numbers are still relevant to distillation as it relates to quantities of methanol: Whiskey is essentially distilled beer. Beer (or wash) might have around 16 mg of methanol per liter. In a typical distillation run on our still, the distiller may start with 424 liters of wash, which means there would be 6.784 grams (which is 8.57 milliliters) of methanol in the full run producing 190 liters of distillate. In a spirit run, the distiller would have 424 liters of that, meaning 15.14 grams of methanol (19.13 milliliters) in the final product. If the distiller just didn’t make a heads cut, you’d still need to drink 34 liters of 143 proof whiskey to risk methanol poisoning. If you just drank the heads cut alone, and it contained ALL the methanol in the whole run, you’d still need to drink almost 2 liters. - - - - - - - - - - - Merchy Merch: 🤍 Glassware we use: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - Our Whiskey Review Channel: 🤍
This video gives you an idea of the very basics of what is needed. A cheap and simple way to build a stove top moonshine still. So small, you can distill while cooking dinner. Less than $20 total cost. How to upgrade this still. 🤍 If you don't like the aluminum pot, I also made one with a stainless steel soup pot 🤍 BEFORE USING check out my video on how to properly operate a still. 🤍
Richard and his brother have had a big order come in from a famous chef in the city. They have been tasked with making bananas foster liquor. Can they rise up to the challenge? 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery UK on Twitter: 🤍
#moonshine #sourmashrecipe #philbillymoonshine Distilling moonshine from the first run to sour mash. Moonshine recipe, white liquor, white lightning. two complete runs off the still. Link to still 🤍 Be sure to check out our website 🤍 🤍
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In need of making as much money as possible to pay off their debts, Mike and Daniel gamble on a new technique to make high quality moonshine. Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery UK on Twitter: 🤍
Windsong wants some high proof neutral spirits for some new flavored moonshine recipes she's working on. So, we're going to make a high gravity sugar wash for neutral flavor and high proof. What I use in this recipe: 16 tablespoons of fermax yeast nutrient. 🤍 2 handfuls of crushed oyster shells Lavlin ec-1118 yeast 🤍 34 lbs sugar 14 gallons of water This video may include affiliate links. Come join our Moonshine For Beginners Space on Volley 🤍 Come be a part of our Moonshine For Beginners group at MeWe.com 🤍 "The Beginners Guide to Making Moonshine Start to finish" eBook 🤍 The Super Simple Beginners Recipe Kit 🤍 Don't forget to check out Still'n The Clear, a weekly podcast all about home-distilling. 🤍 Check out the Still'n The Clear website 🤍 This video may include affiliate links. "Subscribe Button" by MrNumber112 🤍
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Tim is convinced he can make gasohol, a mixture of moonshine and gasoline, to power vehicles in response to the gas shortage in Virginia. The only trick is to try and not blow themselves up. 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery UK on Twitter: 🤍
Richard and his brother begin to set up their new still site to make some nostalgic cotton candy rum. All is going well, but they soon learn that their new location might just be a little too exposed. 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite Discovery Channel shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery UK on Twitter: 🤍
How to make a small batch of moonshine at home, using common household items, like a cooler, pressure cooker and a bucket. If you don't want to use buckets and a cooler, you can get a small moonshine still from Amazon here: 🤍 If you want to follow the process on this video here's a list of some items you'll need: Sugar: 🤍 Corn Meal: 🤍 Yeast: 🤍 Cooler: 🤍 Bucket: 🤍 Thermometer: 🤍 Copper tubing: 🤍 Presssure Cooker: 🤍 Coleman Stove: 🤍 Mason Jars: 🤍 Disclaimer: I am an Amazon Associate, so many of the links you see in my description allow me to earn money from qualifying purchases. Thank you for your support! Buy My Books! Street Sleepers: 🤍 Lost Drag Strips: 🤍 Detroit Speed's How to Build a Pro Touring Car: 🤍
Major correction: I wrongly and repeatedly referred to T. Reesei as being a yeast, when it is actually another type of fungus. Yeast is also a type of fungus, so my comments about reaction conditions remain true, but it is incorrect to call T. Reesei a yeast. Or to say that the cellulase came from yeast. *Small correction: I also said that 20ml of 20% , when it was supposed to be 25ml. - For this video, I'm going to be doing exactly what the title says, and I'll be turning a roll of toilet paper into moonshine. This was something that I've been wanting to do for a while and I am really surprised how well it turned out! Paper references: • The Effect of Pretreatment Methods on Cellulose Structure: 🤍 Nile talks about lab safety: 🤍 - • NileRed Store: 🤍 • Patreon: 🤍 • NileRed Newsletter: 🤍 - • Discord: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • Snapchat: 🤍 • TikTok: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 - Music in credits (Walker by SORRYSINES): 🤍 -
I have wanted to make potato vodka for a long time. Why I'm not entirely sure, I guess I just like to try different things. It turns out potatoes vodka tastes great. A little different, but interesting and unique. This new video using Sweet Potato is even better: 🤍 If you want to make your own you can follow this recipe: 20 kg (44 lb) of high starch, or roasting potatoes. Brushed not peeled. 5.5 kg (12 lb) of crushed malted barley Plenty of water (present to drink water) 3 tablespoons of bakers yeast (I used "Angel") Put the potatoes into a large pot and steam them for 45 min (or until tender and easily crushable) Mash well Add 8-10L of water ( 2.1 - 2.6 gal) Mix well and ensure all larger pieces of potato are crushed Slowly mix in the malted barley Gently bring the temp up to 63 c (146 f) Let mash for one hour (or until you pass the starch test) Cool to pitching temp 25c ( 77 f) Pitch the yeast and ferment at 25c Let ferment go until fermented out. Optionally let the ferment sour slightly by waiting another 1-3 days. Strip distil the whole batch (you will either need to strain the wash first or use a suitable still to distil on the grain) Distil the low wines with 3-4 plates or reflux still. Make appropriate cuts and proof down to your desired abv/proof. ENJOY! = Popular Series = Safety Net Want to jump into all grain but worried about the process or the amount of gear you need? This series is perfect for you. Real all grain mashes with a safety net and minimal equipment 🤍 Meme Spirits Goofing off with a mini still and some fun ingredients. Sometimes you just need to have some fun! 🤍 = Merch And Products = For hats, shirts, coins, Glencairn glasses and general paraphernalia visit the CTC shop 🤍 Still Its Teespring Page (Shirts and hats) 🤍 = More From Chase The Craft = Still Its Patreon Page: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Apple Podcast: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Spotify: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Stitcher: 🤍 Subscribe To The Channel Here: 🤍 = Things & I Use &/or Recommend = Check out Badmo's Awesome Wood And Stainless Barrels: 🤍?aff=2 Try Adventures In Home Brewing For Your Next Grain Or Supplies Purchase (Free Shipping In The Lower 48 over $50): 🤍 The Cool Trippy Shirts Im Always Wearing: 🤍 What I use for my beard: 🤍 T500 Turbo Reflux Still 🤍 Still Spirits Alembic Dome 🤍 Refractometer - Sugar 🤍 Refractometer - alcohol % 🤍 Hydrometer (Proof and Tralles - Distillers) 🤍 Hydrometer - Fermentation 🤍 IR Thermometer 🤍 Mash Paddle 🤍 Fruit Press 🤍 Some Cool Distilling Stuff On Amazon: 🤍 Canon R6 🤍 Canon 24-105 L 🤍 Rode mic go II 🤍 Newer NL660 Lights 🤍 #still #distilling #BubblePlate Just in case you didn’t realize I often include affiliate links in my videos and descriptions. This will not change the price for you at all, But the seller will buy me a cup of coffee if you purchase from one of the links. Choice eh?
I scoured the internet and asked the international home distilling community for the BEST apple pie moonshine recipes. Turns out I found 3 trends. So I reduced 36 recipes down to 3. Making sure to represent different trends, ingredients and techniques I found. "Raw" version Concentrate 300ml / 10 oz Cinnamon 1 small stick Nutmeg 1/2 (cracked) Pepper Corns 2 Oak Stave 45g / 1.6 oz Corn Moonshine (60%) 900ml / 30 oz Rum (50% abz) 250ml / 8 oz "Par Cooked" Version Concentrate 500ml / 17 oz Nutmeg 1/2 (cracked) Cloves 2 Brusied Ginger Slice 2 Vanilla Bean Seads 1/2 Brown Sugar 1/2 cup Corn Moonshine 1.2L / 40 oz Apple Port 300ml / 10 oz "Cooked" Version Apple Juice 500ml / 17 oz Concentrate 500ml / 17 oz Apples 4 Cinnamon Sticks 3 All Spice 6 Nutmeg 1/2 Brown Sugar 3/4 cup Corn Moonshine 1.2L / 40 oz Adjust to taste with moonshine / apple juice / simple syrup "Apple Crumble Moonshine" Fat Washed Corn Moonshine - 650 ml / 22 oz Apple Macerated Corn Moonshine - 750ml / 25 oz Apple juice 1l / 34 oz Concentrate 17oz Cooked apples 5 Raw apples 5 Cinnamon 3 sticks Nutmeg 3//4 Mixed spice 1/4 teaspoon Golden syrup 1/2 cup Brown Sugar 1/2 cup = Links for stuff in this video = CTC Glencairn Glasses 🤍 = Popular Series = Safety Net Want to jump into all grain but worried about the process or the amount of gear you need? This series is perfect for you. Real all grain mashes with a safety net and minimal equipment: 🤍 Meme Spirits Goofing off with a mini still and some fun ingredients. Sometimes you just need to have some fun! 🤍 = Merch And Products = For hats, shirts, coins, Glencairn glasses and general paraphernalia visit the CTC shop 🤍 Still Its Teespring Page (Shirts and hats) 🤍 CTC - Into The AM Collab Shirt 🤍 = More From Chase The Craft = Still Its Patreon Page: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Apple Podcast: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Spotify: 🤍 CTC Podcast On Stitcher: 🤍 Subscribe To The Channel Here: 🤍 = Things & I Use &/or Recommend = CTC Glencairn Glasses 🤍 Check out Badmo's Awesome Wood And Stainless Barrels: 🤍?aff=2 The Cool Trippy Shirts Im Always Wearing: 🤍 What I use for my beard: 🤍 T500 Turbo Reflux Still 🤍 Refractometer - Sugar 🤍 Refractometer - alcohol % 🤍 IR Thermometer 🤍 Fruit Press 🤍 Some Cool Distilling Stuff On Amazon: 🤍 Canon R6 🤍 Canon 24-105 L 🤍 Rode mic go II 🤍 Newer NL660 Lights 🤍 Amran 200x Light: 🤍 #distilling #homebrew #whiskey I often include affiliate links in my videos and descriptions. This will not change the price for you at all, but the seller will give me a small kickback. Cool eh?
How to make a basic mash for moonshine is easy if you follow along. Moonshine mash can be made with water, yeast, and grains or with a simple sugar wash and no grains. Today we will be telling you all the measurements, steps, and a few tools needed to make the mash. This step is the first and most important step in the moonshine-making experience, so if you're a beginner we hope you enjoy it. Be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and hit that bell to receive shinications when we post another video. Stay Shining my friends :) Visit our blog How to Make a Simple Mash : 🤍 Join our Facebook group for the latest posts :) 🤍 Subscribe to Our Sister Channel : 🤍 Shop Here: We are a participant with the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. You will not incur extra fees or charges for using the links. We only recommend items we believe in and have tried. If I personally make or sell an item, I will mention this in the post for each item. Visit our Amazon Storefront here: 🤍 Our Amazon store carries all the products we make, plastic-free and eco-friendly too! We also offer free next shipping in the USA, APO, and Hawaii! Follow along with Moonshine How To and join our shining community of growing shiners every day. 🤍 Welcome to our channel where we show you how to make your very own moonshine. We are here to have fun and teach the next aspiring star for “Moonshiners”. Throughout our journey, we want to share our tips and tricks we have picked up and teach you the LEGAL way to make your own moonshine. Alongside our YouTube channel, we also have a blog where we include printable recipes and downloadable tools to benefit your moonshining experience. We also have a recommended shopping section to make it easier for you to purchase any items on Amazon you see or like that we use throughout our journey! Our shopping page is only filled with items you will need on this road for White Lightning. We hope you follow along with us and also have a great time, Stay Shining My Friends. 00:00 Introduction 00:10 Suggesting making a sacrifice run for a new still or just learning how to 00:20 In a large pot add 1-½ to 2-21/2 of filtered or spring water to a boil 00:30 Add 5 pounds of white sugar and stir well to dissolve 00:42 Add 5 pounds of cracked corn to the sugar water and still well 00:52 Add the lid and stir every half hour for 1-2 hours 01:03 Showing a 5 gallon BPA free food-grade bucket 01:17 Discussing where to place a grommet for an air-lock 01:28 Drill a ⅝” hole off-center to the right in the bucket 01:38 Take a temperature reading with an infrared thermometer before adding more water 01:48 Grab the free grain bill sheet at the blog 02:30 Fill out the grain bill with all the information 03:08 Add the sugar, water, and corn to a 5-gallon food grade bucket 03:22 Add enough hot water to the stockpot to get all the grain and sugar out of the bucket 03:47 Discussing how to add more hot water to reach a temperature of 95-100 degrees 04:04 Optional, dissolve yeast in water and a little sugar 04:17 Cotton flour sack towels use 04:30 Take another temperature reading to know the temperature of the last gallon of water 04:50 Discussing the benefits of filtered water 05:05 Add enough warm water to within 1 inch from the top of the bucket for a 95-100 degrees 05:22 Take a reading with a hydrometer and make a note in your grain bill 05:51 (Optional) Add a cup of sugar if you are not doing a sacrifice run to be able to get a better quality 06:17 Sprinkle 8 grams or .25 ounces of yeast into the bucket 06:44 Remove the lock seal on the new bucket lid 07:06 Attach the grain bill to the 5-gallon bucket 07:16 After 30 minutes check the mash to see if the yeast is foamy and bubbling 07:39 Take a temperature reading, make a note on the grain bill and snap the lid on the bucket 08:00 Add water or moonshine to the max line in the airlock and put in the grommet in the bucket 08:17 Place the bucket in a 75-degree room for 5-10 days 08:28 Discussing stirring the bucket once a day 08:39 If the airlock is too deep, pull it out of the bucket a little more 08:49 Listen to the bubbling in the airlock 09:09 Showing the bulging in the lid only after 10 minutes of fermenting! 09:29 Please subscribe to our channel
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First of all, this Banana Brandy is insanely tasty. In fact, I think it's one of the best things I have made so far. Wifey certainly thinks so! You can call it different things. Banana Vodka, Banana Rakjia etc. But at the end of the day, this is something I would completely recommend trying. The recipe is written out below in both metric and imperial and 20 and 40L batches. Thanks to Still Spirits for sponsoring this video! 🤍 Thanks to Beaver DIY for all the help: 🤍 20 L / 5.3 gal Batch. This will make around 2-3 L of banana brandy depending on your cuts and how far down you proof the final spirit: 5 kg / 11 lb of ripe bananas 4 kg / 8.8 lb of oven-cooked bananas 1 kg / 2.2 lb of pan-fried bananas (with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar) 2 kg 4.4 lb of sugar inverted by simmering for 20 min with 2 teaspoons of citric acid 20 g / 0.7 oz of yeast (I used Still Spirits Distiller Series Rum Yeast and Lalvin EC1118) Yeast nutrient as per instructions 40 L / 10.6 gal batch. This will make around 4-6 L of banana brandy depending on your cuts and how far down you proof the final spirit: 10 kg / 22 lb of ripe bananas 8 kg / 17.6 lb of oven-cooked bananas 2 kg / 4.4 lb of pan-fried bananas (with 4 tablespoons of brown sugar) 4 kg / 8.8 lb of sugar inverted by simmering for 20 min with 4 teaspoons of citric acid 40 g / 1.4 oz of yeast (I used Still Spirits Distiller Series Rum Yeast) Yeast nutrient as per instructions Oven Cooked Bananas: Spread them out on a backing or roasting sheet. Cook for 15-25 min at 160 c / 320 f until the skin is totally black and some of the bananas are splitting. Pan-Fried Banana: Cook in a medium pan with a little butter until you start developing some colour. Add brown sugar and continue cooking until completely cooked through. Making the Wash: Combine the ripe, oven-baked and pan-fried bananas into a large budget or pot. Add the inverted sugar and immediately top up with cool water (To the total volume of batch size). Blitz with an electric drill and paint mixer until a baby food consistency is achieved. Fermenting: Add yeast nutrient and yeast and ferment at 25c. Knock the fruit cap down daily. Distilling: Distil 3/4 or a little more of the wash as a stripping run. Run fast and collect down to 5-15% abv. Return the low wines and remaining wash to the still and perform a spirit run. Run slowly and make solid cuts to taste Time Stamps: 0:0 Why Make This? 1:21 Banana Wrangling 3:15 Sugar! Starch? 4:17 Flavor Maximization 5:59 Put It All Together 7:56 Turn Sugar Into Alcohol 10:20 Distilling With 1.5 Run 13:28 Tasting With Wifey 16:23 What Does It Mean? The Still I used: Still Spirits Alembic Dome 🤍 New CTC Rocks Glasses And Glen Cairns 🤍 Try Adventures In Home Brewing For Your Next Supplies Purchase (Free Shipping In The Lower 48 over $50): 🤍 Chase The Craft Calculators: 🤍 Chase The Craft Shop (including new coins): 🤍chasethecraft.com/shop Still Its Patreon Page: 🤍 Listen To The Chase The Craft Podcast On The Website: 🤍 Apple Podcast: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Stitcher: 🤍 - Sign Up To The Still It Mailing List Here: 🤍 Still It Tee Shirts: 🤍 Some Cool Distilling Stuff On Amazon: 🤍 Subscribe To The Channel Here: 🤍 #still #distilling #BubblePlate Just in case you didn’t realize I often include affiliate links in my videos and descriptions. This will not change the price for you at all, But the seller will buy me a cup of coffee if you purchase from one of the links. Choice eh?
Making moonshine at home can be tricky as its often hard to deal with the corn on home brewing equipment. At the very least it adds another step, gelatinizing the starch. Even worse, you need specialised equipment to distil on the grain (if you want to). Let's make moonshine the easy way instead! Using malted corn means you can mash the same way as a standard homebrew beer mash. The starches are already gelatinized and we even have a reasonable diastatic power. In this video, I go from grain to glass with a malted corn Moonshine (or whiskey/bourbon depending on what you want to call it). More from Jesse at: 🤍 Strike Water Calculator: 🤍 Tasting Notes: Maltedcornbourbon 🤍 3" Bubble Plate Setup (with Dephlag): 🤍 Sight Glasses (just like my ones) lots of sizes: 🤍 Time Stamps 1:23 - Grist / grain recipe 2:35 - Mash Info 3:55 - Mash 5:10 - Mash Out 6:18 - Fermentation 6:35 - Distilling 8:05 - Blending 9:20 - Tasting Still Its Patreon Page: 🤍 Still It Tee Shirts: New Chase The Craft Designs available now! 🤍 Sign Up To The Still It Mailing List Here: 🤍 Some Cool Distilling Stuff On Amazon: 🤍 Subscribe Here: 🤍 #whiskey #homedistilling #Moonshine Just in case you didn’t realize I often include affiliate links in my videos and descriptions. This will not change the price for you at all, But the seller will buy me a cup of coffee if you purchase from one of the links. Choice eh?
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Being that it is Christmas time I thought it would be a good time to make a video about this awesome Apple Pie Moonshine recipe. This Apple Pie Moonshine recipe is easy and makes about 12 jars of Apple Pie Moonshine. It make for a great homemade Christmas Gift that is always a hit! Ever time I make a batch of this Apple pie Moonshine it goes fast. So if you have some people left on your Christmas list this will make for a great last minute Christmas Gift! Hope you guys like the recipe. Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe Ingredients: 1 gallon Apple Juice 1 gallon Apple Cider 2 (1.75L) Bottles Grain Alcohol (153-190 proof) 1 (.75L) Bottle Whipped Cream Vodka 2 Cups white Sugar 2 Cups Brown Sugar 8 Cinnamon Sticks 2 Apples Full Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases Moonshine Shopping List: Mason Jars - 🤍 White Sugar - 🤍 Brown Sugar - 🤍 Cinnamon Sticks - 🤍 Apples Apple Cider - 🤍 Apple Juice - 🤍 Grain Alcohol Whipped Cream Vodka Camera Gear: 80d - 🤍 5d Mark iv - 🤍 1DX mark ii - 🤍 GH5 - 🤍 Canon 70-200 ii - 🤍 Canon 24-70 - 🤍 Canon 100mm - 🤍 Neewer big Tripod - 🤍 Neewer small tripod - 🤍 Rhino Slider w/motion - 🤍 Rhino Arc - 🤍
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Welcome to 2021. What a crazy year 2020 was, but with that behind us lets start the new year with a bang, Moonshine. If you are a fan of the TV show Moonshiners, this is a recipe straight from the Show. With a deep dive into the history and the recipes and processes used in the old days, I came across this recipe here. Really simple recipe on how to make Moonshine, in this method the Grain is used as flavor agent and to as source of sugar. So no mash in time and specific temps to reach. The original recipe is: 1 Gallon of Water (good quality water) 1 Pound of Sugar (Pure Cane Sugar) 1/4 Pound of Course ground White Corn Meal Scaled up to 20L Wash 19.7l of Water 2.4kg of Sugar 588g of Braai Pap so I hope this comes out nice. Tasting video up soon. #moonshine #easy #homemade
#applemoonshine #philbillymoonshine #appleliquor It has a much cleaner, smooth taste then traditional moonshine made with corn. Get the same still we used in the video 🤍 Gonna need some yeast 🤍 Check your ABV with a hydrometer 🤍 Check out our website at 🤍
In this distilling video we show you how to make a "moonshine" mash for the purpose of distilling fuel alcohol. The way commercial distillers make "moonshine" mash or corn whiskey mash is also the same process one would use to make a base for distilling fuel alcohol. Because we don't have permits to distill alcohol for consumption or to distill fuel alcohol we won't be able to distill either. However, this recipe will be very for those who do, particularly farmers, as they should have a fair amount of the ingredients on hand, plus will likely have equipment suitable for burning the fuel. Although making and selling spirits for consumption is legal for commercial distilleries (such as Ole Smokey and others), distilling alcohol for personal consumption (drinking) at home is not legal. In fact, distilling any kind of alcohol in the united states is illegal without a federal fuel alcohol or distilled spirit plant permit as well as relevant state and local permits. Additional legal information can be found in Clawhammer Supply, LLC's distillation legal summary (🤍 and in our terms of service (🤍 This video is intended to illustrate how one would create fuel alcohol from farm ingredients. This information is for educational purposes only and is not to be relied on by any person or entity to make any decision or take any action whatsoever. Additionally, our distillation equipment is designed for legal uses only. Do not try this at home. Brew System: 🤍 Distillation Equipment: 🤍 Full Details: 🤍
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