Distilling day If you like my videos, please consider subscribing. https://www.youtube.com/SamoesADIY?sub_confirmation=1 00:00 Intro 00:10 Transfer to boiler 00:30 Add Raisins to Gin basket 00:49 Discard Foreshots 01: 20 Filter through activated carbon 01:32 Taste test 01:52 ABV before dilution 02:00 Dilute with water 02:25 Add raisins to aging 02:29 Add Woodchips 02:43 After aging 02:50
So it is finally time, we are making brandy, with this super easy wash, With all the awesome flavors from so nice and sweet raisins. The recipe: 750-800g of Raisins. 4 Litres of Grape juice 3kg of Sugar Add water to 20l volume. The yeast of your choice. Leave it for 5 days @ 25
Pálinka is a traditional fruit brandy in Central Europe with origins in Carpathian Basin, known under several names, and invented in the Middle Ages. Protected as a geographical indication of the European Union, only fruit spirits mashed, distilled, matured and bottled in Hungary, and similar apricot spirits from four provinces of Austria can be called
Distilling the passion fruit brandy and other shineology updates. For Barrel Char In A Jar products visit https://barrelcharjar.com Shineology is a channel devoted to the craft of home distilling spirits. We are a community of like minded people that believe hobby distilling should be legal and done safely. Disclaimer: Home & hobby distilling is illegal
Uncle Jessie needs more shine, so I will run the indoor still today to make a small batch of brandy. Link to the yeast I used: https://amzn.to/2rR7kpB Link to the Still I used: https://amzn.to/2tqWEP6 Link to the Hydrometer I use: https://amzn.to/35rEutX Link to a great moonshine book: https://amzn.to/2SNhliN
Neven is a name you will know about in a few years when discussing fruit brandy. His attention to detail, respect to nature, and passion for distilling is something I truly admire and respect. I am so glad I got to learn from him and even more proud to call him my friend. He distilled
Discussing the Legality of hobby distilling in the U.S. and obtaining a fuel alcohol permit from the TTB. Shineology is a channel devoted to the craft of home distilling spirits. We are a community of like minded people that believe hobby distilling should be legal and done safely. Disclaimer: Home & hobby distilling is illegal
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Traditional plum brandy distilling, serb slivovitz. My English not very good but post coments if you have some doubts.
We prepare Ugandan Waragi (War Gin) a distilled spirit of banana wine. For more info on the distillation process check out our other new video https://youtu.be/RKzL2tM3qBc Note that in some states it is illegal to distill ethanol unless you obtain a permit. VICE video link: https://youtu.be/zL3UHF5SlEU Correction: I made a mistake in the conversion of
Have you ever wanted to make something stronger than beer or cider in your kitchen? Try APPLE JACK. A uniquely American drink that dates back to colonial times. All you need is some hard cider and a freezer! ***PROTIP: SET YOUR FREEZER TO ITS COLDEST SETTING!!! The recipe and method are detailed below. If you’d
April 28th 2018. Distilling apple brandy, NGS and aqua vit, while framing walls for bathroom and cooler
This is an ANfSCD (“And Now for Something Completely Different”, Monty Python) video, meaning it that doesn’t fit the usual theme of my channel. Here I am, making use of the birthday present from a very good friend. Unlike the presents I gave myself – a RIGOL DS1054Z oscilloscope and a BRYMEN BM829s multimeter (links
In this video I show you how a mash is made. A good yeast is important. The fruits should be ripe.
A couple of episodes back I mentioned that we would be covering a basic course in home distilling. This is the first episode of this series. Before we continue, distilling is illegal in some countries, so please check with your local authorities before getting involved in this. In any event, the process is very interesting,