- Ian Smiley s book Making Pure Corn Whiskey was a huge help to me. It is out of stock at Amazon, but available from www.amphora-society.com It is wellMessage 1 of 3 , Oct 12, 2009View SourceIan Smiley's book 'Making Pure Corn Whiskey' was a huge help to me. It is out of stock at Amazon, but available from www.amphora-society.com It is well laid out, and has clear directions.
--- On Sun, 10/11/09, KM Services <km_services@...> wrote:
From: KM Services <km_services@...>
Subject: RE: [new_distillers] Can someone help simplify whiskey making a bit?
Date: Sunday, October 11, 2009, 11:57 PM
Read my last posting and you are better to get a sugar wash under your belt first …See Masons link
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Subject: [new_distillers] Can someone help simplify whiskey making a bit?If I were to want to make a whiskey from cracked corn and malted barley, (in a pot still)what steps do I need to take and what supplies would I need?
I have read Homedistillers. org several times but there is so much input and I'm not sure how or if it all relates and I'm just looking for a simple clear way to do this. If there is anyone out there who can offer a step by step (from scratch) way to produce the mash for whiskey I would really appreciate it. Between the cooking, adding yeast, fermenting, and all the straining and washing it's a lot to take in. Also the site kind of jumps around a lot and then will talk about making several different types of alcohol.