• first-timmer posted a new activity comment 10 months, 3 weeks ago

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    morning folks im here in alaska down the chain i’ve been interested in making my own i do like my whiskey and beer where i,m at i,m paying 100 for a case of beer and 65 for a 5th of r&r so i bought a 15 gallon keg still with a 2 inch copper reflux,s column and im going to make my own some of the folks here make water/ potato /sugar /yeast / brew…[Read more]

    • Make small batches till you get it right. less waste. When you do get it right or close to right, invest in a charred oak barrel, it will give it a nice dark color and flavor it up like you wont believe. I bought a 2 1/2 gallon deep char on ebay for 100 bucks plus 60 bucks delivery to New York from Mexico.

    • morning folks im here in alaska down the chain i’ve been interested in making my own i do like my whiskey and beer where i,m at i,m paying 100 for a case of beer and 65 for a 5th of r&r so i bought a 15 gallon keg still with a 2 inch copper reflux,s column and im going to make my own some of the folks here make water/ potato /sugar /yeast / brew…[Read more]

      • Make small batches till you get it right. less waste. When you do get it right or close to right, invest in a charred oak barrel, it will give it a nice dark color and flavor it up like you wont believe. I bought a 2 1/2 gallon deep char on ebay for 100 bucks plus 60 bucks delivery to New York from Mexico.

    • with supplies being hard to get not to mention costly I suggest you make sour mash that way you can get the most out of your supply theres a uncle jesses sour mash recipe in the recipe section I believe if not I can shoot you one. also theres a book you should get called moonshine its a good beginners book covers a little of everything.

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