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Old 09-04-2013, 03:45 AM   #11
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Apple Pie is not clear. This might be the sasquatch wine Im looking for. Id put it in wine bottle lol


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http://allrecipes.com/recipe/grandma...ode-moonshine/

Here is a great recipe. Legal spirits only are used here and it is very good.
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well that wont work. Says to keep refrigerated lol
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well that wont work. Says to keep refrigerated lol
You only have to keep refrigerated the bottles that you have opened.
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http://allrecipes.com/recipe/grandma...ode-moonshine/

Here is a great recipe. Legal spirits only are used here and it is very good.
I make this one often. It is very good and very simple to make. No racking, straining, etc.
I finish mine off with adding a cinammon stick in the mason jar or a clove.
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This is hugely popular with the college crowd these days. Go figure......
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This is jack Keller's recipe and if you are using real apple cider there will be some sediment because real apple cider is pressed apple juice that has not been filtered. I am way to old and slow for the college crowd but I do like to try different things.
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This is jack Keller's recipe and if you are using real apple cider there will be some sediment because real apple cider is pressed apple juice that has not been filtered. I am way to old and slow for the college crowd but I do like to try different things.
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That one looks pretty good from Keller. Check out the other recipe in this thread from allrecipes. It uses store bought cider, juice, etc. but doesn't require racking, etc. Once you get it done, it is ready to drink. Also, it uses vanilla vodka, along with Everyclear, instead of vanilla flavoring.
I think you will like the recipe. It truly tastes like apple pie...............with a kick.
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That one looks pretty good from Keller. Check out the other recipe in this thread from allrecipes. It uses store bought cider, juice, etc. but doesn't require racking, etc. Once you get it done, it is ready to drink. Also, it uses vanilla vodka, along with Everyclear, instead of vanilla flavoring.
I think you will like the recipe. It truly tastes like apple pie...............with a kick.
D.J., I will check it out. Not trying to be difficult here but I used store bought apple cider and it is very cloudy. If you don't mind your finished product being cloudy then I agree you do not have to rack. But if you want it clear (golden clear) where does the sediment go if not to the bottom?
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Here is a great recipe. Legal spirits only are used here and it is very good.






Thanks for the recipe, gonna be sitting around the campfire weather soon!!


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