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Re: Shine on Georgia Moon corn whiskey

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  • cheeperdrunk
    yes and if it starts to get thin/dry add a little water.............. ... are now assembled. Do you include the liquid in the can of corn when you do the
    Message 1 of 8 , May 2, 2004
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      yes and if it starts to get thin/dry add a little water..............
      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, Rana Pipiens <ranah2o@y...>
      wrote:
      > CD, a belated thanks for your corn liquor receipe. The ingrediants
      are now assembled. Do you include the liquid in the can of corn when
      you do the corn-enzyme mash step? R.
      >
      > cheeperdrunk <cheeperdrunk@y...> wrote:Corn Liquor
      > 1. 5-7 gal.food container
      > 9 pounds white sugar
      > 1 gallon can corn ( wal-mart)
      > 1 cup honey or 1 tbs. amylase enzyme
      > 4 tsp. of fermax yeast nutrient. l.d. Carlson brand is the best.
      > 1 tsp. yeast energizer. l.d. Carson brand is the best.
      > 1/2 oz. distillers yeast.
      > fill container with 5 gal. water cover and let sit for 24 hours to
      > remove any chlorine.after 24 hrs. Remove 1 pint into a clean
      > container for yeast.
      > simmer corn & honey or amylase on stove top for 1 hour DO NOT allow
      > corn and enzyme to heat over 150 deg. f it will kill the enzyme
      > Heat 4 gal. water to 100 deg.f, add to container, add sugar,
      > nutrient, energizer & corn, stir well till all sugar is liquefied.
      > heat the 1 pint of water to boil let cool to 95-98 deg. f. add 1/2
      oz
      > distillers yeast into the pint of water let set 10 min then gently
      > stir. after no more than 20 min.add yeast to the 5 gal. container,
      > cover container with lid or plastic wrap. leave a pin hole in the
      lid
      > or plastic wrap. stir gently every 48 hours. will be ready in 10-14
      > days. or when you look inside and see no tiny tiny bubbles rising
      to
      > the top. you now have about 13% alc. in unflavored wine or mash or
      > wort it has several names.it is now ready to distill. always toss
      the
      > first 100ml. of each 5 gal. that is 1/2 of a 1/2 pint liquor bottle
      >
      >
      >
      > --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, confederaterebel@a... wrote:
      > > then got to archives and practice darlin
      > >
      > >
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