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Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....

 
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Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
What's your fave Christmas-time beverage?

[link to www.moonshineheritage.com]

1 gallon apple cider
1 gallon apple juice
3 cups white sugar
8 cinnamon sticks
1 liter bottle of 190 proof moonshine or grain alcohol

Directions
In a large stock pot, combine the apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
Bring it to a boil, then take it off the heat and allow it to cool.
Add the liter of high proof liquor.
Pour this into mason jars, put the lids on, and let it mellow out. You could drink it right away, but it does get better after a couple of weeks.
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of apple pie moonshine. You could easily cut this recipe in half if that is too much.

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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
"have a holly jolly Christmas"
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12/03/2012 05:13 PM

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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
That's pretty close to how I do it, but I crush up 6 -10 cinnamon hard candies per batch.

I make 4 gallons every new years eve party.

Good times.
That is all...
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12/03/2012 05:16 PM
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
That's pretty close to how I do it, but I crush up 6 -10 cinnamon hard candies per batch.

I make 4 gallons every new years eve party.

Good times.
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That sounds good!!!!
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12/03/2012 05:20 PM
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
Hey we're trying to get one of the guys we work with to bring up some moonshine from Kentucky in the next couple weeks when he returns..This recipe(or at least one very close) is what provoked the idea.
Yeah, we have a lot of free time at work to discuss such important matters..peace


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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
That sounds great! What time is happy hour? To answer your Q: some locally made eggnog, hefty dose of Bushmills Irish and a topper of nutmeg. Secondary would be Bushmills, absurdly strong black coffee and a spot of Bailey's or similar, whipped cream topper. Or Benedictine on the rocks, or.....
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
What's your fave Christmas-time beverage?

[link to www.moonshineheritage.com]

1 gallon apple cider
1 gallon apple juice
3 cups white sugar
8 cinnamon sticks
1 liter bottle of 190 proof moonshine or grain alcohol

Directions
In a large stock pot, combine the apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
Bring it to a boil, then take it off the heat and allow it to cool.
Add the liter of high proof liquor.
Pour this into mason jars, put the lids on, and let it mellow out. You could drink it right away, but it does get better after a couple of weeks.
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of apple pie moonshine. You could easily cut this recipe in half if that is too much.

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Reminds me when I drank a half of bottle of everclear and chased it with a bottle of mad dog 20/20...well you know the rest.
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12/03/2012 05:25 PM
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
Why not just ferment your own booze? Started a batch of wine about a year ago for this Xmas... yummmmyyyyyyy
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12/03/2012 05:27 PM
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
Why not just ferment your own booze? Started a batch of wine about a year ago for this Xmas... yummmmyyyyyyy
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Never tried that......should though'
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12/03/2012 06:02 PM

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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
That sounds wonderful. I don't have any moonshine. What could be substituted?
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
That sounds wonderful. I don't have any moonshine. What could be substituted?
 Quoting: indiandave


Nah u make the moonshine.....
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
What's your fave Christmas-time beverage?

[link to www.moonshineheritage.com]

1 gallon apple cider
1 gallon apple juice
3 cups white sugar
8 cinnamon sticks
1 liter bottle of 190 proof moonshine or grain alcohol

Directions
In a large stock pot, combine the apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
Bring it to a boil, then take it off the heat and allow it to cool.
Add the liter of high proof liquor.
Pour this into mason jars, put the lids on, and let it mellow out. You could drink it right away, but it does get better after a couple of weeks.
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of apple pie moonshine. You could easily cut this recipe in half if that is too much.

drunk
 Quoting: J-Honey


Sounds way too sweet.
That would make me yak.

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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
What's your fave Christmas-time beverage?

[link to www.moonshineheritage.com]

1 gallon apple cider
1 gallon apple juice
3 cups white sugar
8 cinnamon sticks
1 liter bottle of 190 proof moonshine or grain alcohol

Directions
In a large stock pot, combine the apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
Bring it to a boil, then take it off the heat and allow it to cool.
Add the liter of high proof liquor.
Pour this into mason jars, put the lids on, and let it mellow out. You could drink it right away, but it does get better after a couple of weeks.
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of apple pie moonshine. You could easily cut this recipe in half if that is too much.

drunk
 Quoting: J-Honey


Sounds way too sweet.
That would make me yak.

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 Quoting: Burt Gummer



That will be the only way I will get it down :)
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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
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12/03/2012 06:18 PM

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Re: Whipping up some Apple Pie Moonshine for Christmas....
What's your fave Christmas-time beverage?

[link to www.moonshineheritage.com]

1 gallon apple cider
1 gallon apple juice
3 cups white sugar
8 cinnamon sticks
1 liter bottle of 190 proof moonshine or grain alcohol

Directions
In a large stock pot, combine the apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
Bring it to a boil, then take it off the heat and allow it to cool.
Add the liter of high proof liquor.
Pour this into mason jars, put the lids on, and let it mellow out. You could drink it right away, but it does get better after a couple of weeks.
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of apple pie moonshine. You could easily cut this recipe in half if that is too much.

drunk
 Quoting: J-Honey


Sounds way too sweet.
That would make me yak.

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 Quoting: Burt Gummer



That will be the only way I will get it down :)
 Quoting: J-Honey


I'll stick with my German made apple schapps.
That Southern Rocket Fuel stuff is insanity in a jar.

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