Moonshine Sugar Mash




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wcemichael: +Joxe Aranzabal I did. You always get methanol when distilling, unless your redistilling a store bought liquor. And I do have a video on how to do this.

wcemichael: +HILLBILLY,RAY G First. try to make an adjustment somewhere on google. Your comments don't leave a reply button. Second. Nothing sounds wrong. You did get shine out of it, correct? You've never seen me use a temp gauge so I don't really know what I run at. Water doesn't boil untill 212 so you're in the right zone. You may find you can turn it down AFTER it starts running. That's what I have to do

Bryson Raber: Wcemichael how do you know your mixing ratios for sugar shine mash?

Logan Schellenberg: Would you do a video on how to make strawberry moonshine

Christopher Spann: What measurements should I have for 1 gallon of sugar shine? I would appreciate it if you could help me out? Please and thank you sir.

Michael Benjamin: hi & thanks how many time can u referminate your mash ? or is just a one time use ? regards

LittleDaddyCool: Could you charcoal filter the mash a few times before distilling to remove some of the yeast taste?

Blake Willis: Will it completly stop bubbling or just bubble a bubble every few secs?

Ace Noguera: Could you let me know the measurements i should have for making this in a 5 gallon bucket? Thanks a million! 

superjg4567OUTDOORS: how much shine do i pour out when it first comes out don't wanna posin myself

Lionel Carter: Quick question....what's the difference between distilling a "normal" moonshine and a "rum" moonshine? I heard somewhere before that the only real difference is using brown sugar instead of white sugar...is that true?

kyle owens: Why would u use this recipe over like a corn mash recipe ?

Blake Willis: Ok thanks. What would bring the proof up? Sugar?

Pete A Zervos: Is your Still aluminum.

HILLBILLY,RAY G: West cost I made a 20 gallon batch of sugar shine I put it on my pressure cooker and it keep going up to the 200&201mark before it would start running can you tell me what went wrong.

gustopf: Watched a few of your videos, thanks for all the great info, one thing I know on my water ( living in the city) is the chlorine can kill the yeast. I bought spring water this time but have a sweetwater spring im going to get my water from soon.

Kurtis Zimmerman: How long should it ferment?

Stuart Comyn: i wached one of your other videos with corn srup but i dont get how if you dont distill the mash it will just be low % suger water

Blake Willis: Okay thank you for the info

momo: I'd like to thank you for your vids, very informative, if you don't mind I wanted to ask you about how to make the product smoother in taste( beside lowering the heat) much obliged!

Blake Willis: Between your corn syrup recipe and the sugar mash what is your ballpark alcohol proofs

GoodTimeDrinkin Liqour: Sugar shine is terrible in my opinion I can't drink it

cfm6531: I plan on making 5 gallons and have seen your mix on sugar and yeast, how should I mix the yeast to activate it for that 5 gallons? I know you said 1 pound sugar and one spoon of yeast per gallon of water. Thanks

trreb1: West Coast, sweet feed makes a great shine BUT...DO NOT use the sweet feed that looks like pellets. When it's in pellet form it's harder to work with it for fermenting and getting your yeast started. I will be making a batch here soon for the holidays and I'll bring some to ya to try out. Peace.

oldschool brewer: make a video "How to brew 10 gallons of moonshine"

FirearmChannel: lol.. you'd be surprised what you will find when you re-distill store bought.....

Blake Willis: Okay thank you for the info

Blake Willis: Between your corn syrup recipe and the sugar mash what is your ballpark alcohol proofs

wcemichael: Let me know how it turns out.

wcemichael: Hey thanks. Anything you need info on?

Jeffrey Revette: Thank you man

wcemichael: Oh no, It won't be clear, you're fine. You would have to let the yeast settle to the bottom for weeks for it to be clear

wcemichael: 1 lb of sugar per gallon is what I go by

wcemichael: You didn't say if you used sugar. Did you?

Joxe Miranda: You should do a video of how to know if your shine gots methanol in it and how much to do throw away or if it's safe to drink?.

wcemichael: I don't mind the questions. I can't really say.. It's just one of those things you'll have to figure out. HOWEVER...Be warned. The mash will produce a large concentration of CO2. Just sticking you head in and taking a big whiff can make you dizzy and/or pass out. Also when taking this gas into your lungs, your body has a like a hiccup reaction. An instant short of breath feeling.

Jeffrey Revette: What would you say would be the recommended time for the sugar shine to settle for best results?

wcemichael: Unless you've used 3+ cups of yeast for a 5 gallon mash, or unless your bottling it as a wine. You don't need to let it settle. use it when it's done. These "turbo yeast" guys they sell you more yeast than you actually need, so then you need to buy the extra kit, FROM THEM, to make it settle. Just use less yeast and give it time to work. I use about 10% of the yeast than what Turbo yeast tell you to and all my mashes turn out fine.

solshine41: I have a recipe that has been passed around here where I live in the Carolinas ( I'm in Charleston, SC) that is a very old way of making it that does not require any yeast. Its cracked yellow corn, yellow corn malt and sugar. During the summer it takes only 7-10 days to ferment. I have not tried to make it yet, but the old timers here sware its the best. Thought you'd might like to add it to your cookbook.

Josh Walden: I took 2 and a half gallons of baby bath warm water (after I mixed my cup yeast sugar and water and let it sit) I mixed 4lbs of sugar with the water. so i used 2 1/2 gallons of water 4lbs of sugar 2tsp bread yeast the yeast activated nicely with the city water here. it seems to work fine.

wcemichael: Everything produces the bad alcohol that needs to be tossed out. Sugars Fruits Grains

Brittany Miller: I used the recipe and it did not come out fully clear. Could it be the water I'm using? I used tap water.

wcemichael: I've heard that all is required for a corn mash is malt, but I haven't been able to confirm that yet, that's why you haven't seen it yet from me. I live in a trailer with no extra room for special work like that but hey, if I think I can manage it sometime, I'll give it a try. Thanks for the comment.

wcemichael: No I have not tried sweet feed. I do not have room for a 50 pound bag, assuming it comes in one. Someone tried it and told me it's not very good. I would like to try rye It's the soggy bottom boys, "man of constant sorrow", from the movie "brother where art thou?"

Black Dog: I did not use sugar. I re-did it with sugar and it worked. I also made the corn mash from your video and it is fermenting now. Everything went well. I will let you know how it turns out. Thank you for all your videos!

Jeffrey Revette: Thank you sir for the video

Sammy Russell: Mike?.. what would you think is a good sugar Ratio for a 10 gallon fermentor?

Josh Walden: and also, I appreciate all the videos you have posted and information you have provided on here!!!!!!! Thank you!

Josh Walden: I just used 3 gallons of water 4lbs of sugar 2tsp activated bread yeast. in a 5 gallon paint bucket that I cleaned VERY VERY WELL. I also made a seal for the pot still you show on here. a rubber seal, that I boiled like you said, and it worked nicely, I took the lid of the paint bucket I had and the rubber seal around it looked great! it was a little bigger than my pot so after cleaning it up I tested out it would work, it works great! just the joint where i cut it to fit needed dough.

Black Dog: I mixed 1 pack of yeast with some warm water and let it set in a warm place for 15 minutes and it did not foam up like in the video. I used well water and rapid rise yeast. Could it be the well water? I will by some drinking water and try it again.
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