- you can use grandmas or brer rabbits unsulphered molasses. google bulk molasses and you can find some. or go to brewhaus and they offer it by the half gallon/Message 1 of 44 , Oct 6, 2007View Sourceyou can use grandmas or brer rabbits unsulphered molasses. google bulk molasses and you can find some. or go to brewhaus and they offer it by the half gallon/ gallon/ or five gallons. here is elricko's recipe.( Hey guys for the record, for 25 ltrs I use 16 lbs of dark brown sugar a pint of breir rabbit unsulfered, and a pack of Turbo 48. Then I do a full reflux running between 85 top 90%. That's all there is to it. No fuss no muss. Make great rum everytime.) go to distillers and look in their recipes. and newdistillers, artisan distillers, and brewhaus forums. they all have great recipes and advice. you have to check out homedistillers.com. you really need to look into dunder and how to use it. dont throw out the dunder you have to recycle it to improve your rum. there is so much more but i am sure you will see that. i hope this has been helpful.life begins at 80.. 1.080 that is.----- Original Message -----From: letstaksumoreSent: Saturday, October 06, 2007 2:17 PMSubject: [Distillers] Molasses
I would love to try rum but almost all receipes I see use blackstrap
molasses and I have contacted fuel and feed stores in a 100 mile radius
of my home and no one carries the product. Is this a product that is
hard to get a hold of or am in just in the wrong area? I live in the
tristate area of WV, KY and Ohio and you would think that would be
something that would be easy to find here.....any suggestions would be
- i got some, was told food grade again. no additives of any kind. ill do a little testing first. if all fails there will be a lot of happy deer around. wellMessage 44 of 44 , Nov 3, 2010View Sourcei got some, was told "food grade" again. no additives of any kind. ill do a little testing first. if all fails there will be a lot of happy deer around. well maybe one not so happy LOL.