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Applejack Moonshine

2K SharesTweetSharePinShareApplejack moonshine is probably as old as the USA, and it’s darn good drinkin’ if you ask us. Making this one, however, is a bit different from what you’re probably used to as a moonshiner. How to Make Applejack? Instead of using your beloved moonshine still, you’ll be exploring the fascinating world of freeze

Home Made Corn Mash Moonshine Recipe

2K SharesTweetSharePinShareThis Corn Mash Moonshine Recipe is simple, fun & straightforward.   Home Brewing Recipes   Well, maybe not as straight after you take a good healthy sip of those results! If you want to get a true classic moonshine experience this mash recipe is as authentic as it gets. For extra tasty recipes and

Potato Moonshine

506 SharesTweetSharePinShareAlso known as vodka in many countries, this potato moonshine is a great test of skills for someone who knows their way around the still pretty well. The mash side of the run requires some effort since you’ll have to free up the starch contained in the potatoes first, and then break it up

Corn Whiskey and Moonshine

62 SharesTweetSharePinShareThis corn whiskey moonshine recipe takes the classic corn moonshine approach a little further without making it too complex and complicated. The ingredients shouldn’t be hard to source, and even the enzyme can be ordered online should you opt for using it. Using the oak chips after distilling the spirit is definitely optional. However,

Indian Head Corn Meal Whiskey

25 SharesTweetSharePinShareIndian Head Corn Meal Whiskey is a great mash recipe that even a novice distilling enthusiast can tackle with no problem. The ingredients are easy to obtain and it doesn’t add any additional steps compared to an ordinary grain mash. Just make sure you mix the corn and malted barley well, use sanitize equipment,

Moonshine How To Make All Grain Brew

0 SharesTweetSharePinShareMoonshine Alcohol | All Grain Brew Moonshine Making There are many articles  so hell- bent on mash temps and having tons of expensive equipment, mostly using corn mash, potato mash, barley etc.  I often wondered if that truly made a difference, considering our ancestors were brewing beer using grain long before formal brewing equipment

Watermelon-Peach Moonshine Brandy (for five gallons)

119 SharesTweetSharePinShareLearn how to create awesome tasting Watermelon Peach Moonshine Brandy   This is not a cocktail recipe. This article is about how to make Moonshine that has unforgetting peach watermelon flavor.   Watermelon-Peach Moonshine Brandy (for five gallons)   Save Print Author: MoonshineRecipe.org Ingredients 10 Peaches 25 Cups of Sugar 5 gallons of Water

Banana Brandy

590 SharesTweetSharePinShareAh, banana brandy moonshine – the wet (literally) dream of any fruit brandy lover. The best part about doing this type of moonshine is that it’s fairly simple to make. You don’t have to play around with temperature stages or sophisticated grain preparation methods. Just blend the bananas, add sugar, water, yeast, and there’s

Welches Frozen Grape Juice Moonshine Brandy

79 SharesTweetSharePinShare  Grape Moonshine Brandy Welches frozen grape juice moonshine brandy is your sweet and flavorful shortcut to making tasty brandy without bothering with proper wine. Of course, making an actual brandy requires you to make a proper grape wine first. Or use an actual store-bought wine and skip the fermentation stage entirely. For extra

Honey Moonshine

212 SharesTweetSharePinShareHoney moonshine tastes just as good as it sounds, especially when you do everything right. Fortunately for the novice distiller, a proper honey moonshine isn’t that hard to make. It all boils down (no pun intended) to sourcing a really tasty kind of honey, fermenting it with a strong yeast, and distilling it well

Barley Corn Moonshine

50 SharesTweetSharePinShareThis barley corn moonshine recipe takes you back to the good old days of moonshine running when you could just throw everything you had at hand into the fermenter and watch how things play out. Well, you can surely do it now as well, there’s no one stopping you there. The approach is really

Strawberry Brandy

32 SharesTweetSharePinShareIf you ever wondered if it’s a good idea to make a spirit while eating fresh strawberries, this strawberry brandy is exactly the confirmation you’ve been waiting for. Yes, you can make a damn fine spirit using your favorite berries, and the best part of it is that you don’t need fresh berries to

Sweet Feed Moonshine

404 SharesTweetSharePinShareSo, you own a horse or have a friend who owns one, and ever wonder if sweet feed moonshine is a thing? Well, even if you don’t, here’s a quick answer for you – yes, you can use horse feed for making moonshine! Since anything containing sugars or starches can be fermented into liquor,

Apple Wine

109 SharesTweetSharePinShareApple wine is surely a drink to appreciate, especially if you like apples and are a fan of fruit wines. The great thing about apple wine, however, is that it’s relatively easy to make. Unless, of course, you want to go all the way and make your own apple cider from scratch. Now that