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    apple pie moonshine

    Today I made 24 pints of apple pie moonshine
    1 gallon of apple juice
    1 gallon of apple cider
    10 sticks of cinnamon
    1 tablespoon of ground nutmeg
    2 cups white sugar
    2 cups of brown sugar
    1 cup of apple cider vingar
    bring to a simmer ,stir often for 30 minutes to a hour..longer better
    let cool down a bit
    in a cooler add ingredients
    2 bottles of ever clear
    1 bottle of whipped cream vodka
    2 ozs of vanilla

    add to pint jars or quarts
    2 slices of fresh apple
    1 cinnamon stick..u can reuse the 10 you preped with

    passed it all out...in the neighborhood..

    add a note to top of lid
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    Last edited by grillinglousiana; December 11, 2021, 02:30 AM. Reason: add all to a cooler..with a drain makes it easier to fill jars...do not please ass alcohol while on stove....may have suprise visitors...

    Nice! I'm a fan, never made my own but now I can. Thank you.

    I have a cocktail recipe I made up called the Apple Pie. It uses Apple Pie Moonshine of course. I should post it.


    Sounds good to me.
    A big Thank You


      Luvvin Me th Scenery, round yer parts, grillinglousiana , Brother!

      Reckon, I'd start with a lil sippy cap, see how that rolls, at first.

      Ain't th first mason jar, fer this here ol Hillbilly...
      Last edited by Mr. Bones; December 11, 2021, 04:43 PM. Reason: tidied up, a bit...


      • grillinglousiana
        grillinglousiana commented
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        I bet you have unscrewed more than one jar...my uncles and grandfather had there own still in north alabama..lot of stories there

      You have to make that? My dad just had to cross the river in to LA back when he was in high school to pick it up.


        it is best to let cool..place in fridge for a couple days or longer..drink..over ice ..do not add water..or simple sip from the jar..


          Do you want the final mixture to be ice cold when you distribute it to the jars?

          Also, what volume were the bottles of ever clear and vodka?



          • grillinglousiana
            grillinglousiana commented
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            yes it's is best to cool it in the fridge for at least 2 days...will develop a different taste over time as the apple slices and cinnamon start to add flavor.

            I empty the total volume from the fifths into the mix.....

          • grillinglousiana
            grillinglousiana commented
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            you can add it hot to the jars..let cool on shelf or bar..then set in fridge


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