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|MOUNTAIN DEW RECIPE
In making "Mountain Dew" or "White Lightning'" the first step is
to convert the starch of the grain into sugar. (Commercial
distillers use malt.) This is done by "sprouting" the corn.
Shelled, whole corn is covered with warm water in a container
with a hole in the bottom. Place a hot cloth over it. Add warm
water from time to time as it drains. Keep in a warm place for
about 3 days or until corn has 2 inch sprouts. Dry it and grind
it into meal. Make mush (or mash) with boiling water. Add rye
mash that has been made the same way, if you have it. Yeast (1/2
pound per 50 gallons of mash) may be added to speed up the
fermentation if you have it. Without it, 10 or more days will be
required instead of about 4. In either case, it must be kept
warm. When the mash gets through "working" or bubbling up and
settles down, it is then ready to run. At this stage, the mash
has been converted into carbonic acid and alcohol. It is called
"wash" or beer and it is sour..
SWEET FEED MOONSHINE # 5 gallon bucket of sweet feed (Sweet feed
has several different grains and molasses making it a great
tasting whiskey.) one package of yeast (using distillers yeast
will increase quality and quantity) # 5 pounds sugar # water Put
enough feed to cover bottom of 5 gallon bucket a good 4 inches
deep Add 5 pounds of sugar. Fill 1/2 full with boiling water.
Mix until sugar is dissolved. Let it set for 90 minutes and then
finish filling with cool water. Add the yeast after it has
cooled to the recommended temperature on the yeast label. Cover
with lid--our lid has a little cap that screws on, leave it
loose to breathe. 4-5 days later it's ready to run! This is an
old-timer recipe and works quite well. My liquor is always
150-180 proof. I don't recommend this for pot stills unless you
filter it by pouring it through a pillow case into a 5 gallon
bucket after it has finished fermenting. Otherwise the meal will
settle and burn in the bottom of your still. Some folks leave
the solids in the pillow case and tie it off where it will not
touch the bottom of the still.
10 lbs. Whole kernel corn, untreated
5 Gallons Water
1 whiskey pure
Put corn in a burlap bag and wet with warm water. Place bag in a
place and keep moist for about ten days. When the sprouts are
about a 1/4" long the corn is ready for the next step.
Wash the corn in a tub of water, rubbing the sprouts and roots
off. Throw the sprouts and roots away and transfer the corn into
your primary fermenter With a pole or another hard object mash
the corn, make sure all kernels are cracked.
Add 5 gallons of boiling water and when the mash cools add
yeast. Seal fermenter and vent with a water sealed vent.
Fermentation will take 7-10 days. When fermentation is done,
pour into the still filtering through a pillow case to remove
I thought you might like this moonshine recipe to enable you to
Make Whiskey at home.
The ingredients are malt, sugar, yeast and rain water. You can
buy the malt from most big supermarkets, if they don't have it
they will probably order it for you. The brand names for the
malt and yeast can be Blue Ribbon, and Red Top. The malt is a
liquid and comes in a can, the yeast comes in cakes.
To every can of malt you will add 5 gallons of warm water,
disolve 5 pounds of sugar and add 1 cake of yeast. Mix all this
together in a barrel made of plastic, stainless steel, or
copper, under no circumstances use aluminum.
Keep it covered with cheese cloth to keep the bugs out. Keep it
in a warm place till it ferments. Then you can cook it off in
your still and you have the smoothest whiskey you have ever
After you run off the whiskey, it is clear like water. You can
color it by taking a piece of dry fruit wood (or maple), burn
the fruit wood over a flame till it is blackened, then drop the
burned fruitwood in your clear whiskey. In a few days the
whiskey will be the color of store bought whiskey.
7 Lbs. Rye
2 Lbs. Barley
1 Lbs. Malt
6 gallons of water
3 grams Yeast
1 gram Ammonium-fluoride.
Heat water to 70 degrees and then mix in malt and grain. While
stirring the mixture slowly heat to 160 degrees (raise
temperature 5 degrees every 2 minutes).
Keep mixture at 160 degrees stirring constantly for 2-3 hours to
convert starch into fermentable sugar and dextrin.
Filter off liquid and place into fermentation device and allow
to cool to 70- 80 degrees. Immediately pitch with 3 grams of
To avoid secondary fermentation and contamination add 1 gram of
ammonium-fluoride. Stir liquid for 1 minute then cover and seal
with a airlock.
Mash will take 5-7 days to ferment.
After fermentation is complete pour into the still, filtering it
through a pillow case to remove all solids.
5 gallon bucket of sweet feed (Sweet feed has several different
grains and molasses making it a great tasting whiskey.)
one package of yeast (using distillers yeast will increase
quality and quantity)
5 pounds sugar
Put enough feed to cover bottom of 5 gallon bucket, a good 4
Add 5 pounds of sugar. Fill 1/2 full with boiling water. Mix
until sugar is dissolved. Mix the rest and finish filling with
Add the yeast after it has cooled to the recomended temperture
on the yeast label. Cover with lid--our lid has a little cap
that screws on, leave it loose to breathe.
4-5 days later it's ready to run! This is an old-timer recipe
and works quite well. My liquor is always 150-180 proof.
It is not recommended for pot stills unless you filter it by
pouring it through a pillow case into a 5 gallon bucket after it
has finished fermenting.
Otherwise the meal will settle and burn in the bottom of your
still. Some folks leave the solids in the pillow case and tie it
off where it will not touch the bottom of the still. When you,
Make Whiskey at home you can produce a drink of exceptional
quality, and the process can be exceptionally rewarding.
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