Moonshine? Making your own liquor…
Anyone want to make their own liquor? Of course you do, this country was founded on it.
What does Moonshine have to do with off the grid tech? A lot! If you’re in the middle of no where you gotta make your own for personal use of course. Maybe to trade for some labor? Make the trade after they build things though… 🙂 Here’s me making mine in my friends kitchen on a lovely island called New Zealand. As of 2008 Washington State offers micro-distilling license for $100… tempting. This was just for fun though. It’s not serious. I thought it might be cool to try difference recipes and see I can make different kinds of liquor though.
This recipe was water, apple juice, sugar and yeast fermented to about 8% alcohol then distilled in this pot still.
The still is a “pot still” made from a 12 quart pressure cooker as the boiler and a 3/8″ copper pipe in a bucket as the condenser. After trying to load ice in the condenser bucket, I ended up making a water recirculating setup off the sink to keep things cool and me not doing much.
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