This time at In the Welsh Wind Distillery, I’ll be showing you how we make most of the gins for our customers. We use the multi-shot gin distillation method, which means we make a super concentrated botanical distillate which is then cut back with neutral grain spirit and deionised water to bring the gin down
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EASY Bullards Gin Cocktails you can make at home. In tonights StB Live Show, I’m bringing you a whole bunch of Bullards (Norwich) Gin Signature Cocktails…including their BRAND NEW Coastal Gin. The Cocktails I’m going to make for you are Bullard Gin Red Snapper and Negroni. I will be using their Strawberry & Black Pepper
Rach’s husband John shares his recipe for a Gin Berry Smash, made with ripe summer berries, fresh mint + lemon juice muddled together.
Visit the LoveBrewing website: https://www.lovebrewing.co.uk/ ********************************* In this video, Richard gives you a few tips on siphoning the fermented wash into the T500. The siphon that Richard was using is the Easy Start Siphon (Medium). This is perfect for use with our 30-litre buckets: https://www.lovebrewing.co.uk/easy-start-siphon-medium/ The 30 Litre Bucket with Lid, Grommet & Airlock can
Visit the LoveBrewing website: https://www.lovebrewing.co.uk/ ********************************* In this video, Richard discusses the ways you can use botanicals for making your own gin when using the Still Spirits T500. If you would like to purchase the Botanical Basket for the T500 Still then you can get it here: Botanical Basket For T500 Still by Still Spirits
Distilling gin in the Grainfather alembic pot still attachment. Ingredients for the recipe follows… 9 grams cracked juniper berries 3.5 grams crack coriander seeds 1 gram crushed star anise 2 grams angelica root 2 grams lavender (recommend starting with 1 gram) 2 grams peppermint leaves 2.5 grams crushed cinnamon stick 3 grams orange peel 1.5
Eight Crows builds a gin pole from scratch using items laying around the garage. Gin poles are used to step the masts easily. Join Eight Crows Media as they restore our Ericson 27 sailboat. Music: Valcos – A new light Different Heaven – Far Away Different Heaven – Nekozilla Licensed under Creative Commons : By
Copper Still Vapour Infusion Method to make gin , Plain Spirit or any flavour alcohol using easy techniques at home I made a mistake during this video , The pipe with the Valve on the end does not go on the pipe T piece as shown it goes on the end of the copper pipe
#Moonshiners | Tuesdays at 9/8c on Discovery Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Discovery GO: https://www.discoverygo.com/moonshiners/ After a few rookie mistakes, Digger and Mark yielded a large run of top-quality gin. They might have found their new business venture! Subscribe to Discovery: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=discoverynetworks Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discovery https://www.facebook.com/MoonshinersTV Follow on Twitter: Tweets by Discovery https://twitter.com/MoonshinersTV
#Moonshiners | Tuesdays at 9/8c on Discovery Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Discovery GO: https://www.discoverygo.com/moonshiners/ Mark and Digger got a call from a friend in high places with a special request: to make top dollar gin. Are these Moonshiners up for the challenge? Subscribe to Discovery: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=discoverynetworks Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discovery https://www.facebook.com/MoonshinersTV Follow on
Hi and welcome to episode number 522 with Whats4Chow, and the 7th part of Serious Distilling with Brewcraft, Still Spirits and Grainfather. In this episode we’re covering the first steps to making a traditional gin. Gin requires a base of neutral spirit, and although we have covered sugar wash previously, we’re going to do it
Home Distillation of Craft Gin using a Copper Gin Still on an ordinary electric cooker Please ignore email on video , new contact is below Anyone interested in a copper Still Please use this email to contact me email@example.com appologies to everyone but my last email was compromised
Turn the Grainfather into a microdistillery by attaching the Alembic Condenser and Dome Top to the top. Whiskeys are also made from grain and follow a similar process to brewing beer in the Grainfather. After fermenting the whiskey wort, attach the dome and condenser and you will be distilling full flavoured, rich tasting whiskey.
This demonstration is a simple sugar wash for someone who is interested in getting started without the hassles of grains and adjuncts for their first time. It will allow the distiller to focus on distilling and not on the recipe. This will produce a very neutral spirit for flavoring or aging later and allow the
The distillerie has 3L volume and on top an aroma basket. With the thermomenter on top you can measure the temperature of the steam. At the end you can see the cooler section that is a closed colling system with the water and the ice boxes in the water. http://traditional-spirits.com/setting-up-your-own-home-distillery/135/ With this type of distillery