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Maybe covering the peaches in sugar, then adding likker after most sugar is pulled from the fruit is the way. lord preserve and protect us,

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    Aug 17, 2009 things to do: make fruit-infused moonshine there are basically two ways to make a fruit-infused alcohol- you can add a bit more fruit

    Add 1 to 3 ozs of yeast per 10 gallons of mash. you can color it by taking a piece of dry fruit wood (or maple), burn the fruit wood over a flame till

I want to make fruit flavored moonshine(corn whiskey) but i'm not sure when to add the fruit. do i cut it up and put it in the mash?
Jars of moonshine. sipping in the blue ridge. “fruit liquor” (four jars on the left) is made by filling a jar with fruit and then adding sugar and moonshine

Oct 30, 2010 kearney — making homemade brews is easier than you think.

They also refer to moonshine as peach brandy just to throw off the authorities. moonshine jokes. 2-3 lb. (1-1.5kg) fruit (well mashed)
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How to make moonshine whiskey at home using a pressure cooker still with from a build up of gases if you have added your fruit or corn too early. 2) you now need to scald the meal by adding it to the water, a little at at time,

    Moonshine may be flavored with fruit or bark. the mash may be cooked with birch bark to achieve a mint-like flavor. fruit flavoring may be added to the

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