|Statement||by Madeleine Nightingale, with woodcuts by C. T. Nightingale.|
|Contributions||Nightingale, C. b. 1878, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PR6027.I5 M6 1924|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 100 p.|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||25006263|
Alcohol distilling books are a great way to learn the fine art and craft of distilling spirits. Mile Hi Distilling has a large selection of distilling books and moonshine books that range from alcohol recipes to the in depth science behind distilling to starting a distillery. Moonshine is corn whiskey, traditionally made in improvised stills throughout the Appalachian South. While quality varied from one producer to another, the whiskey had one thing in common: It was illegal because the distiller refused to pay taxes to the US government. The Moonshine War plays out like a lot of Elmore Leonard books. The promise of violence keeps building until the glorious shootout at the end. Frank Long trying to strongarm Son Martin out of his valuable whiskey is more of the same. It went a little differently than I thought it would near the end, which is always a plus for me/5(). IT'S EASY AND SIMPLE TO MAKE MOONSHINE AT HOME This SIMPLE book boils away the complication and noise around distilling and WILL get you making your first batch TODAY!I realize how valuable making your own can be. I want to teach you all about this new and exciting hobby. Whether you're already making your own beer and.
Mostly gives you a general idea of distilling, nothing goes in depth, and lots of repeating paragraphs (which would be ideal if this was written as a true reference book with more science backing it up)/5(). have made a mash for moonshine, all distilling these LEGAL beverages does is the FOXFIRE BOOK. It worked but it was crappy. Probably because even though I are mostly good alcohol but with some lingering foreshots still mixed in. Here is where smelling. Moonshiners make high proof alcohol by using distillation to separate alcohol from water. Note, distillation does not produce alcohol; it only concentrates the alcohol that is already present. Distillation is actually the last step in the process of making moonshine. In the first part of the process. When I was much younger I didn't have the patience to sit through this book. It was mostly in black and white with some odd accent colors like olive green, and red and yellows. Besides what I thought of the strange colors, there are quite a few pages of solid text, which also deterred me when I was by: 4.
"Daddy Moonshine- The Story of Marvin 'Popcorn' Sutton" by Sky Sutton, Northampton, MA. 8, likes 18 talking about this. “Daddy Moonshine” is NOW AVAILABLE: $25 including shipping and ers: 8K. Moonshine is an intense book, the prologue grabbed me and it just took off from there. Shine and Moon have been best friends since the 4th grade. They are in love with each other but are afraid to tell each other in fear of losing their friendship.4/5. Pam Sutton saving some of her husband’s handmade moonshine. Popcorn Sutton had two children, and both of them were daughters. One of the sisters sued their widow step-mother for the rights to Popcorn ‘s book. Known by the name Sky Sutton, the other daughter of Popcorn Sutton wrote a book, titled by Daddy Moonshine. Since she was two years. this is the simplest recipe I know and it produces an extremely smooth whiskey. Making mash is a very simple process. 1. Select your grains 2. cook your grains at f for 45 minutes 3. Add water to the desired volume. 4. let cool to correct temperature for the yeast. 4. add yeast 5. let ferment until done. corn mash homemade moonshine mash.