In this video we will be making an All grain {not} a bourbon at home, using simple feed store ingredients:

What makes it a Bourbon, first I am not in America so this can not be a True Bourbon, but it will use a classic Bourbon mash bill.
How to make a Bourbon at home.

51% Yellow corn 4.1kg

19% Wheat 1.9kg

20% Malted Barley 2kg

The recipe is really simple, Gel your grains mash in at 64 to 70 degrees and leave it for 90min, sparge to 20l and ferment, I did spare to just below 40 litres and this had a gravity of 1.050 that should yield around 8% ABV.

I pitched Bootleggers yeast @ 33 degrees.

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