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Modern Moonshine Techniq

Modern Moonshine Techniq

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How to making moonshine, distilling a sugar wash, building a corn cooker, using a pot still and column still. Includes recipes. In Stock Order today!

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'Modern Moonshine Techniques' covers a wide number of topics including What is Moonshine, How to distill a sugar wash, building a corn cooker, The future of Whiskey, Whiskey washes, How to use a pot still to distill Whiskey and how to use a Column Still.

The appenddices includes interesting topics including a spread sheet for small distillerys, A code of federal regulations and many resources. A very susinct read with very tangible information.

Includes recipes for Straight Bourbon Whiskey, Bourbon Whiskey, Corn Whiskey, Malt Whiskey, Wheat Whiskey and Rye Whiskey.

Great Book! Soft cover. 94 pages.

* Probably the best beginning book on distilling for the aspiring distiller.

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Alicante- California Juice
6 Gallon pail of Alicante fresh grape juice.

Available Sept/Oct: We will call you when your juice arrives.

Alicante Bouschet or Alicante Henri Bouschet is a wine grape variety that has been widely cultivated since 1866. It is a cross of Petit Bouschet (itself a cross of the very old variety Teinturier du Cher and Aramon) and Grenache.[1] Alicante is a teinturier, a grape with red flesh. It is one of the few teinturier grapes that belong to the Vitis vinifera species. Its deep color makes it useful for blending with light red wine. It was planted heavily during Prohibition in California for export to the East Coast. Its thick skin made it resistant to rot during the transportation process. The intense red color was also helpful for stretching the wine during prohibition, as it could be diluted without detracting from the appearance. At the turn of the 21st century, Alicante Bouschet was the 12th most planted red wine grape in France with sizable plantings in the Languedoc, Provence and Cognac regions.[2] * Discounts do not apply to fresh juice * Our fresh juices are shipped to us in a refrigerated reefer because they are fresh juices and not concentrate. The natural sulfite in the juice (15-20 ppm) also allows for the juice to remain stable until warmed up into a normal fermentation environment.
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