Still Plans Guide/how To Make Alcohol Moonshine Whisky Ethanol/cd Books+video Lk
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WELCOME TO THE BEST COMPUTER CD
ON STILLS AND DISTILLING
Gift Quality Computer CDTO BE PLAYED ON A COMPUTER or TABLETNOT FOR A STAND ALONE CD or DVD PLAYERYou will receive a Computer CD - You will not receive physical align="center">
HOW TO MAKE
MOONSHINE /CORN WHISKEY
GIN & LIQUORS
MAKE STILLS WITH OR WITHOUT SOLDERING
MAKE THE COPPER STILL OF THE PICTURE
The ComputerCD includes LINKSto VIDEOS to make a full copper still, mash and distill
(there is an seller that charges$9.99 for these videos, we directly give you the internet link)In detail the CD contains:
1. Building Home Stills and How to Distill Properly. The best guide on the market.
For starters our CD has 2 diagrams to make the basic stills without welding.
For starters we recommend one of them,very simple and of very low cost,that allows to control the bad alcohols.
For more sophisticated stills, the CD also includes instructions and step-by-stepplans and pictures on
how to build pot, reflux and reflux valved stills.
Also included is a link to practical VIDEOS on how to make a copper still and moonshine.
How to operate the stills to distill properly is also explained.
Apractical guide on how to correctly solder copper is added.
2. Mash, Fermentation and Moonshine
After building your still, these instructions explain thoroughly how to make and ferment the mash
and make moonshine.
Strictly what is necessary,without introducing any of the myths this subject is usually surrounded with.
No yeast needed unless you want to accelerate the fermentation, and do not expend on turbo yeasts.
A practical table with the quantity of ingredients to use for different volumes of mash is also provided.3. Activated Carbon Filtering A good distillation does not require activated charcoal filtering. But a good distillation requires a reflux stilland experience.For those that willuse a pot still or the still without soldering that we recommend to starters, charcoal filtering may be necessary.So how to filter properly with activated carbon is briefly but effectively explained.
4.Alcoholmeter Use and Correction Table The use of the alcoholmeter or hydrometer for alcohol is pretty straightforward, but some tips are needed and consequently given,as well asa correction table in casethe alcohol you are measuring does not match the usual alcoholmeter calibration of 68ºF (= 20º C). 5. Mead and Moonshine Recipes
All the usual recipes: Mead recipe, Black beards rum, Stonewall Southern whiskey, whiskey, rye whiskey,good whiskey,JD's black label whiskey,Indian head-corn whiskey,watermelon-peach moonshine brandy, watermelon-elderberry moonshine brandy,watermelon-grape moonshine brandy,welches frozen grape juice, moonshine brandy, apple pie brandy mountain dew,sweet feed moonshine, tangle-foot moonshine, wheat germ, kill me quick. 6. Treatise on Liquors
This massive work by a French liquorist, written near 1900, contains hundreds of arcane recipes, in addition to the distilling methods.All the brandies: Armagnac, Saintonge, Kirsch, cognac brandy, etc. Rums. Gins. Absinthes: white, Portarlier, Montpellier, Lyons,Fougerolles, Besancon, Nimes. Liquors: Anisette de Paris, de Lyon, au d’ Angelique, cent-sept-ans, curacao blanc, surfin, Hollande,fleurs d’oranger, framboises, mint, eau de Noyaux, parfait amour, rum punch, liqueurs du Mezenc, maraschino, crème of Moka, menthe,elixir de Cagliostro, liqueur Flamande, etc.
7. How to Make All Kinds of Cider, Fruit Wines and Vinegar Another massive work with the different methods and processes, recipes, etc., to make ciders, fruit wines and vinegar.
8.Comprehensive Source on Alcohol Distillation, particularly for the farm
A work from around 1900, yet unsurpassed for its clear and thorough explanations on alcohol, mashes, fermentation,
distillation, rectification, malting, the different types of stills, and the processes to obtain alcohol from potatoes,
corn, wheat, rice, beets, molasses, sugar cane. Excellent reading for farmers.
9. Distillation of Alcohol Fuel/EthanolThe methods to make ethanol fuel: Basic steps in the production, mash recipes, still designs and operation,including two low cost column stills, and a weblink to an interactive and illustrative video on ethanol production. The form to apply for the alcohol fuel permitin the U.S. is included.
10. The Practical Distiller, by Samuel McHarry, 1809McHarry's book is a classic, published in 1809. For some, he is the precursor of Bourbon (proposed the use of 1/3 to full corn) and of Tennessee whiskey (proposed maple charcoal filtering). This book is a clear introduction to making whiskey, gin, brandy and many other spirits, from rye, corn, buck-wheat, apples, peaches, potatoes, pumpions and turnips. The treatment of early American whiskey, and its clarification and coloring, is particularly fascinating. The book is a treasure chest of distilling secrets.11. The Art of Making Whiskey and Gin, by A. Boucherie, 1919 How to make a better and purer whiskey and how to convert it to gin following the methods of the Holland distilleries.
12. All the Liquors with Valuable Formulas Starting from thePlants' Leaves and SeedsThis work is a little bible of all the liquors, starting from thevery plants' leaves and seeds, with precise formulas and indicationson howto make all the absinthes, sirups, anisettes, brandies, essences, cremes, etc. You will browse this little book over and over again.
13. Making Liquors without Distillation
Perhaps you also want to make liquors without distilling, and to experiment with flavoring. To that purpose we include a niceand practical work.
14. Methane or Biogas from Manure and residual BiofertilizerAs alternative energy for the farm, we include literature onmethods and plans to make digesters to process methane from manure, and on how to use and maintain them. Asians are experts on this subject, consequently their digester construction methods and processes have also been included, as well as the utilization of the resultant biofertilizer.
We will also include in this CDthe following eBooks ;
The Ideal Bartender, T. Bullock, 1917
Burke's Complete Cocktail & Drinking Recipes, 1920
American & Other Drinks, L. Engel, 1878
Modern American Drinks, G. J. Kappeler, 1900
Bartenders' Encyclopedia, T. Daly, 1903
Beverages Deluxe, G. R. Washburne & S. Bronner, 1914
Fancy Drinks, T. Stuart, 1896
How to Mix Drink, Anonymous, circa 1900
How to Mix Drinks, Winter, circa 1900
How to Mix Drinks or The Bon-Vivants Companion, J. Thomas, 1862
Jack's Manual Bartender, 1910
Mixing Fancy Drinks, J. C. Maloney, 1900
New & Improved Bartender's Manual, H. Johnson, 1888
The Art of Blending & Compounding Liquors & Wines, J. Fleischman, 1885
The Complete Bartender, A. Barnes, 1884
When & What to Drink, W. Schmidt, 1892
Disclaimer: Buyer must be over the age of 18. It is the reader's responsibility not to distill in those countries where prohibited.
The material sold herein is with the sole purpose of providing knowledge, and not to encourage distilling. Seller is not liable
nor assumes any responsibility for the consequences of the distilling methods informed through this material..
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