- am new to these news groups and can not figure how to reply when asked a question-- but to answer tony s question on the receipe of my cousin s 30+ years ofMessage 1 of 33 , Jul 19, 2001View Sourceam new to these news groups and can not figure how to reply when
asked a question-- but to answer tony's question on the receipe of
my cousin's 30+ years of doing this is simple -- for a 25gal wash use
50#'s cracked corn
let it work for 7to9days strain off then distill(he uses a pot still
and catches everything) then puts it to age in charred kegs and uses
burnt apricots in the kegs (6 to 10gal)he then lets it sit for
6to8months then dispenses it to the family members at out annual
gatherings.its really smooth and taste like crown royal-- hope this
- ... years ... etc. ... try to get the middle cut a little bit later in the run to much heads or maybe put a peach in when you age it. Bottoms up! !Message 33 of 33 , Oct 2, 2008View Source--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Tom Smith" <smiththomas9263@...>
> I have tried making corn whiskey per smiley's book for the last 4
> and while it's good it always has a slightly bitter after taste. Hasetc.
> anybody else noticed this? I have tried everything, water, method
> has anybody any sugestions.try to get the middle cut a little bit later in the run to much heads
or maybe put a peach in when you age it. " Bottoms up! ! "