Moonshine Country

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  1. jcdeboever

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    I really like that first one JC!
     
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    Thanks Dean
     
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    That looks more like "Apple Jack" fixings. Nice set JC
     
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    Fun! Well executed. I really liked those.
     
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    I think your right, I seem to recall that mentioned. Thanks.
     
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    Thanks Peeb.
     
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    One of my great grandfathers way back made a lot if it in the winter using freeze distillation
     
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    Yea, with the apple grinder there and if they are making something "hard" it's either Apple Jack, or some hard cider as well.
     
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    My 4th Great Grandfather, settled in S. IN. before it became a state acquiring substantial land holdings. Because of the distance to market, he became a master Distillar of fine whiskey as it was easier to transport kegs than bushels. He also had a large apple orchard which provided the ingredients for his other specialty - Apple Jack. He would ferment the cider for hard cider, then during the cold months, set it outside in large crocks, the water would freeze on the top, leaving the alcohol in the cider. A rather simple method of freeze distillation. I've tried the process with limited success, but my apple trees have not yielded much for supply. LOL
     
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    Hmmm, I have about 8 apple trees on my property. Only 2 I planted / take care of. The other 6 are wild and not even been taken care of. So they are way overgrown and produce lots of small apples. The deer love them.
     
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    Awesome set, love them all!!!
     
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