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The Process of Making Drinking and Selling Moonshine When I was a little boy my grandmother made moonshine I was never able to see her make it but I was always curious about how to make it I called her just the other day and asked her about it It was an old southern tradition and I wanted to know how to do it My grandmother and I talked for nearly two hours and she told everything about moonshine how to make it how to drink it the effects of drinking it and even how to sell it The recipe for moonshine can vary depending on the person making it They can throw their own concoction up and from doing so Carolina shine Kentucky shine and Georgia shine have been invented The basic ingredients for one hundred gallons of moonshine or otherwise known as one sack pot is as follows one hundred gallons of water one sack of bran ten pounds of yeast one hundred pounds of sugar two good men and a taster You would also need a nice branch which is a small stream of water The branch should be quite secluded in a nice wooded area yet accessible to a vehicle of some sort Making good moonshine is quite an art It takes much time and practice before one can whip up a good batch that sells The basic process for brewing the moonshine is quite interesting You mix all the ingredients together into a large container After mixing move the mixture which is called mash into a still and leave it to ferment How quickly this process occur depends on the warmth of the mash Heat the mash to the point of vaporization at one hundred and seventy-three degrees The will produce a clear liquid much like the color of a dark beer You must watch this process with careful attention Trap vapor using a tube or
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