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Making Moonshine Provides Satisfaction
Basically an un-aged whiskey, moonshine is defined hard alcohol that is made in an unlicensed still. Processing of moonshine is illegal in most countries and states due to a variety of reasons. Make this distilled spirit at home can be dangerous, and hence appropriate care and precision needs to be taken while undertaking this task.
But, moonshine is not the same as home brewing. Home brewing requires a series of transfers into bottles, and then ageing before it can be consumed. Moonshine, on other hand, requires distillation and can be consumed immediately.
Made from cornmeal, moonshine has a very high content of alcohol and proof in it. It is known by many different names around the world, and can be made with a variety of grains apart from corn.
But, poorly produced moonshine can be highly contaminated; contamination does not occur due to the ingredients, but due to material of still in which moonshine is distilled.
There are various varieties of moonshine available, and now it is also possible to find fruit infused moonshines in the market. Though, distilling moonshine at home requires legal permission, more and more people are experimenting with it.
What You Will Discover Inside
- What moonshine is
- Why moonshine is illegal in most countries
- A brief history of moonshine and where it came from
- Make moonshine from the comfort of your home
- Materials required to craft your own moonshine
- Tips and tricks to know prior to creating your own moonshine
- Fun facts regarding moonshine and whiskey
Would You Like To Know More?
This book contains some serious moonshine crafting secrets and techniques. The question is will you choose to use them to create the most delectable and rewarding moonshine or wake up tomorrow stuck with the same ol' whiskey that just doesn't do it for you?
If you are ready to start brewing and distilling your very own moonshine than scroll up and grab your copy of Moonshine Makers.