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O'Donnell Moonshine -"Tough Nut" | 700ml | 25% ABV | 50 proof

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This process does not create alcohol, because the yeast already made that for you during fermentation.

As a word of warning, check the laws in your country to find out whether it is legal to make alcohol at home. This was also the time when speakeasies became popular (complete with passwords, secret doors, and more! Heads make up the next 30% and contain volatile alcohols that can cause unpleasant effects like hangovers.If it gets too cold, boiling temperature, the fermentation can stop because the yeast will go dormant. Before we get started on how to make your first run of homemade moonshine, here’s some information about it that’s really interesting.

of crushed malted barley, bread yeast, and optional sugar can vary significantly due to several factors. Just like the foreshots, the heads contain volatile alcohols that you should try to avoid consuming.

Moonshine is a distilled alcohol made from any grain or fruit, depending on what is accessible to you. This is critical, especially if you are using copper stills that are showing some salt buildup already. Now that you are reaching the end of your product, you will get to the end of the ethanol and hit the last stage: the tails.

The basic process requires you to dissolve sugar into water, pasteurize it (optional), then add the yeast nutrient and yeast to the good stuff. This yield translates to approximately 2-3 gallons of moonshine at a more palatable 40-50% ABV (80-100 proof) when the collected distillate is diluted. Moonshine can be made from different types of mash, including corn liquor, whiskey mash, sugar shine, and a hybrid of the two.

Distilling refers to the process that separates different chemicals from one another by taking advantage of different evaporation temperatures between the chemicals.

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