Moonshine Recipes
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Beginner

Celina, TN

#1 Jan 8, 2010
Please post your best recipes.

Corn Whiskey
Kentucky Whiskey
Vodka

etc
a drunk

Celina, TN

#2 Jan 8, 2010
go to the liquor store and buy it
old man in the hills

Livingston, TN

#3 Jan 10, 2010
Beginner wrote:
Please post your best recipes.
Corn Whiskey
Kentucky Whiskey
Vodka
etc
Difficulty: ModerateInstructionsThings You'll Need:
50 lbs corn meal
15 lbs ground malt barley
40 gallons of water
6 oz yeast
2Large pots
Copper tubing coiled
Step 1Boil the water. Heat the water until it reaches a rolling boil

Step 2Add corn meal. Add the corn meal and remove from the heat.

Step 3Cool down. Allow the corn meal and water to cool down to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 4Add malt barley. Add the malt barely and allow to sit for an hour. This will change the corn starch into sugar.

Step 5Cool mixture to 90 degrees. When the moonshine mixture reaches 90 degrees Fahrenheit add the yeast and stir well.

Step 6Allow to distill. Let the mixture sit for three days undisturbed. This mixture is now known as mash.

Step 7Heat the mash. After the three days is over heat the mash to 176 degrees Fahrenheit to separate the water from the alcohol.

Step 8Capture the vapor. Use a coil of copper tubing immersed in cold water to capture the vapor. The other end of the copper tubing should run into a large clean pot.

Step 9What enters the clean pot is called moonshine. Drink responsibly and enjoy.
Rastous

United States

#4 Jan 10, 2010
For a middle aged Yankee, these don't look to bad. Just remember, The alcohol is made to sell not drink. If I would of listened to my Grandfather. I would be a rich man.

http://www.coppermoonshinestills.com/id28.htm...

“Seconds Count”

Since: Jan 09

Location hidden

#5 Jan 12, 2010
You need to follow Popcorn Suttons recipe for truly good liker. His book is called Me and My Liker. No yeast...thats a fast way of doing things.
u have no clue

Jamestown, TN

#6 Jan 12, 2010
old man in the hills wrote:
<quoted text>Difficulty: ModerateInstructionsThings You'll Need:
50 lbs corn meal
15 lbs ground malt barley
40 gallons of water
6 oz yeast
2Large pots
Copper tubing coiled
Step 1Boil the water. Heat the water until it reaches a rolling boil
Step 2Add corn meal. Add the corn meal and remove from the heat.
Step 3Cool down. Allow the corn meal and water to cool down to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 4Add malt barley. Add the malt barely and allow to sit for an hour. This will change the corn starch into sugar.
Step 5Cool mixture to 90 degrees. When the moonshine mixture reaches 90 degrees Fahrenheit add the yeast and stir well.
Step 6Allow to distill. Let the mixture sit for three days undisturbed. This mixture is now known as mash.
Step 7Heat the mash. After the three days is over heat the mash to 176 degrees Fahrenheit to separate the water from the alcohol.
Step 8Capture the vapor. Use a coil of copper tubing immersed in cold water to capture the vapor. The other end of the copper tubing should run into a large clean pot.
Step 9What enters the clean pot is called moonshine. Drink responsibly and enjoy.
u dont know shit u must be the damn YANKEE 1)put meal n barrel im not talking cornmeal that would b sprouted meal let it set till it bubbles then add sugar then start ur home cooking that is what the hillbillies do
littledemon

Livingston, TN

#7 Jan 12, 2010
Man this is good! Now explain how we gonna cook this stuff without getting cought by the man. Moon shine is not legal, hello! You can smell this stuff cooking over hell and half of georgia! If you want to be on 60 miniutes, just run you a little batch!
someone who knows

Celina, TN

#8 Jan 12, 2010
thats right it is the revenures who will bust your butt good ask some people from clay county .they got my father god rest his soul a time or two. it wasn't as bad then as it is now i wouldn't want to get caught it is a felony now
Rastous

United States

#9 Jan 12, 2010
You mean you are not allowed to make enough for your personal use?
someone who knows wrote:
thats right it is the revenures who will bust your butt good ask some people from clay county .they got my father god rest his soul a time or two. it wasn't as bad then as it is now i wouldn't want to get caught it is a felony now

“LIVE AND LET LIVE”

Since: Dec 09

MOSS, TN

#10 Jan 13, 2010
I dont know about this receipe posted here but not actually being a moonshiner all I know is what I have heard from people that have made it. I didnt think you heated it prior to the actual cooking. I have heard from the old timers and the tour at Jack Daniels that the mixture of ingredients will ferment over a period of three days cold without heat. You mention corn whiskey and Kentucky whiskey. My understanding is they are the same thing with one difference. Kenyucky bouron is made starting each time with all new mash. Tennessee sour mash whiskey is made using a percentage of the mash from the last run mixed with new mash. Either one is aged for a period of several years in charred white oak barrels. This gives it its color and adds to the taste. Moonshine is basically the same only it is not aged at all. Most people who make moonshine to sell now a days dont even use corn as the base. It is pure sugar with a little corn mill sprinkled in to give it a hint of corn taste. Pure sugar will ferment the same as the corn mixture. Legal??? I have heard it is legal in Tennessee to make up to 3 gallons of untaxed whiskey a year for personal use. I dont know. Another way around the legal end is....It is not illegal in Tennessee for anyone to distill ethonol, a fuel which is made from corn. Only thing is ethonol contains no sugar, so if you get caught and you are going to use making fuel as an excuse don't have sugar bags laying around! As for Vodka, only thing I know about it is its big in Russia.
Guinevere

Cave City, KY

#11 Jan 13, 2010
old man in the hills wrote:
<quoted text>Difficulty: ModerateInstructionsThings You'll Need:
50 lbs corn meal
15 lbs ground malt barley
40 gallons of water
6 oz yeast
2Large pots
Copper tubing coiled
Step 1Boil the water. Heat the water until it reaches a rolling boil
Step 2Add corn meal. Add the corn meal and remove from the heat.
Step 3Cool down. Allow the corn meal and water to cool down to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 4Add malt barley. Add the malt barely and allow to sit for an hour. This will change the corn starch into sugar.
Step 5Cool mixture to 90 degrees. When the moonshine mixture reaches 90 degrees Fahrenheit add the yeast and stir well.
Step 6Allow to distill. Let the mixture sit for three days undisturbed. This mixture is now known as mash.
Step 7Heat the mash. After the three days is over heat the mash to 176 degrees Fahrenheit to separate the water from the alcohol.
Step 8Capture the vapor. Use a coil of copper tubing immersed in cold water to capture the vapor. The other end of the copper tubing should run into a large clean pot.
Step 9What enters the clean pot is called moonshine. Drink responsibly and enjoy.
SOUNDS TRUE TO FACT THERE SWEETHEART!I used to know several of the older generation up here in Ky. making the "SHINE" and talking about their "STILLS".I always heard to not store the "SHINE" in plastic containers,such as plastic milk jugs and such only glass containers as this I do believe that they said it actually could poison you from the plastic.I don't know myself,but it was sure a good remedy for the flu and colds and coughs and whatever else you wanted it for!!!!!! Have a nice day!
dog

Jamestown, TN

#12 Jan 13, 2010
did it ever acure to you that you might be geting setup
Guinevere

Cave City, KY

#13 Jan 13, 2010
dog wrote:
did it ever acure to you that you might be geting setup
Did it ever accure to you that this is a thread of talk of Moonshine? Be nice now,"dog"!I just hope that you don't bite to hard,due to "Guinevere"is very fragile now.Guinevere doesn't take to kindly to "head games"now so be nice not negative.I would suggest to quote text to whom that you are replying back to,it just helps a bit.Have A Beautiful Day "dog"!
Guinevere

Cave City, KY

#14 Jan 13, 2010
Hummm please forgive my spelling "occur" is the proper spelling.

“LIVE AND LET LIVE”

Since: Dec 09

MOSS, TN

#15 Jan 13, 2010
dog wrote:
did it ever acure to you that you might be geting setup
Last time I checked it is not illegal to dicuss just about anything.
dog

Jamestown, TN

#16 Jan 13, 2010
just though you mite want to know ,and by the way how do you know that I'm not black and may think your raisal with thoes flags

“LIVE AND LET LIVE”

Since: Dec 09

MOSS, TN

#17 Jan 13, 2010
dog wrote:
just though you mite want to know ,and by the way how do you know that I'm not black and may think your raisal with thoes flags
If you are black and are offended by the flags that tells me that you pick out only one of the many things that these flags represented to many people to criticize.

“LIVE AND LET LIVE”

Since: Dec 09

MOSS, TN

#18 Jan 13, 2010
ladyinred

Livingston, TN

#19 Jan 13, 2010
I went to the website and read some of this info. their are some facts, some of this is opinion. The Civil War was brought on mainly because of slavery. The abolitionist in the North wrote so many books an articles about the evils of slavery, that the Nation was ready to go to war. Remember the "Battle Hymm of the Republic?" Also, many people only see the Confederat flag being flown by Skin Heads, Neo Nazis, and the KKK. For that reason it is not good to display the Flag of the South. If everyone understood all of the heritage involved, they would see things differently. I heard about truckers in NY City being attacked because they had a flag for a grill ornament.Also, a young man in KY was shoot and killed because he was displaying his flag. We have the freedom and the right to display our flag, but remember, there are those who are so disturbed by this symbol, that they will harm our family because of it. I wish things were not this way.
cool

Burkesville, KY

#20 Jan 14, 2010
thank you

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