Raise the Bar: The Home Distillers Guide to Making Whiskey, Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Moonshine, and So Much More… Plus: Distilling Equipment & Raw Materials Kindle EditionMore Info
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The complete guide for a beginner. Learn how to make your own brew at home!
Everything you need to know to ferment and distill right the first time. Home distillation isn’t for everyone. It’s for you! While some homebrewers are happy enough with beer or wine, others want to take it a step further, by distilling those grain and fruit mashes and concentrating their alcohol into true spirits worthy of any bar. This is the home distillers guide for them. Go join!
This book on making moonshine and how to distill alcohol is not just another one of distilling books. – ”I enjoyed this book as my best book on the subject. I have no real experience but have been researching home distilling through multiple books. If you are in that category yet, this is the book for you …” – Martin C. Williams
Is covering nearly every facet of distilling
- The Basic Principles of Distillation
- The Distilling Process and Techniques
- Distilling Equipment and Raw Materials
- The difference between spirit types and how to produce each
- Legalities surrounding distilling alcohol at home
- Flavoring and aging your spirits
- Different methods of distillation and equipment
- And of course, drink recipes!
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Raise the Bar: The Home Distillers Guide to Making Whiskey, Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Moonshine, and So Much More… Plus: Distilling Equipment & Raw Materials Kindle Edition
Note from HBF: Depending on your location, you may need to obtain a license to distill alcohol
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