I Turned 44 lb Of Peaches Into Brandy. You Can Too!

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I got my hands on 44 pounds of peaches so its time to make peach brandy or peach rakia!

If you want to make your own you can follow this recipe:

Use whatever amount of peaches you want. I used 20 kg / 44lb and it ended up making around 4 l at 45%.

Process the peaches down into bite-sized bits.
Just cover them with water.
Blits them up with a paint mixer or food processor stick.
Add pectic enzymes.
Let sit for 4-12 hours to thin.
Blits them again with paint mixer or food processor stick.
(optional) Increase gravity to 1.065 with sugar.
Pitch K1V116 yeast.
Leave to ferment until gravity stabilises near 1.00
Strain the wash and perform stripping runs.
Spirit run again as a pot still (or perhaps use a couple of bubble plates)
Make good cuts!
Age some of the spirit on oak if desired.

Time Stamps:
0:00 Hundreds Of Peaches
0:46 Processing
2:24 Dam Robots!
4:10 Into The Fermenter
5:38 Dastardly Sugar
6:45 Let’s Talk Yeast
8:34 Separating Wash
10:33 T500 Mod
11:33 Stripping Run
12:58 Spirit Run
15:23 Selecting Cuts

BIAB / Straining Bag:

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