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How To Build A Moonshine Still - How To Make Moonshine For Sale
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CONTENT Chapter 1 - The childhood memories Chapter 2 - Storyteller Chapter 3 - Ride with the runner Chapter 4 - Friends making whiskey Chapter 5 - The Spiritual Sacrifice Chapter 6 - Living in the Appalachia Mountains Chapter 7 - The Mountain Logger Chapter 8 - The last run of the Chattooga River Chapter 9 - Trip to the grocery store Chapter 10 - Plans and Recipes
(Plans give detail instructions building a still and 3/8 OD copper coil stainless steel condenser container)
The book is soft cover
Introduction Know the rules when it comes to making moonshine. Some general rules of thumb: Building your own alcohol still and making alcohol is not like a backyard cookout. It is illegal to produce homemade alcohol in the United States and most countries around the world. This is a collectible hobby craft, an art for your own private fun. The smell of alcohol in the air in the neighborhood may lead to a 911 call. In other words, keep the creation of your enthusiasm to yourself. If you do make and share your homemade liquor, use common sense, you do not want to give your eighty year-old grandmother a drink if her blood pressure is high.