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Watermelon-Peach Moonshine Brandy (for five gallons)

Learn 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)
 
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Ingredients
  • 10 Peaches
  • 25 Cups of Sugar
  • 5 gallons of Water
  • 15 Limes (Juice Only)
  • Wine or Distillers Yeast
  • 1 1/4 Large Watermelon
  • 1 1/4 Cup of Chopped Golden Raisins
Instructions
  1. Start by extracting juice form watermelon and peaches making sure to save pulp.
  2. Next boil the pulp in 5 quarts of water for half an hour.
  3. After boiling, strain and add water to extracted juice.
  4. Let cool to lukewarm temperature and add water until you have a total of 5 gallons.
  5. Add in all other ingredients to primary fermentation vessel omitting the yeast.
  6. Cover with cloth and let sit for 24 hours.
  7. After 24 hours add yeast and stir daily for the next week.
  8. Strain off raisins.
  9. Lastly fit on fermentation trap and let sit for 4 more weeks.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Watermelon-Peach Moonshine Brandy (for five gallons)”

  1. Concerning the Watermelon-Peach Moonshine Brandy recipe: Step 2: the water u mention at the end of the last sentence is pulp water, right?
    Step 6: does not tell us what to cover the pail with during daily stirrings for 1 week.
    I am new to this process as I’m sure others are that may try this wonderful looking recipe! Thanks so much!

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