How to Build a Moonshine Still: & Recipes (Homesteading) (Volume 1)

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How to build a Moonshine Still is a fascinating guide for beginners, and is the reason the important issues involved in building an alcohol distiller. Making Moonshine for human consumption is illegal, and as a result of this it was traditionally made and moved about at night; hence the name Moonshine. Distillation could take place anywhere, with old car radiators and rusty buckets being used to make Moonshine Stills. This partly explains why it has a reputation for being so dangerous to make, as well as dangerous to drink! The book explains the building of a Moonshine Still in a holistic way, with information on a range of important topics such as: ● Key legal and safety information: This includes a guide to permits and a breakdown of the kinds of issues you want to make yourself familiar with. ● A simple explanation of how Stills work: This includes an easy to follow explanation of how a distiller works, so to better consider its parts and how to build one. ● A guide to the types of Still used to make Moonshine ● A step by step explanation of how to build a simple Pot Still: Including the quite a lot of parts, the equipment you would need, and also how each part is used throughout distillation. ● Some traditional Moonshine recipes Also included are some interesting facts and tips to give you a flavor of what making Moonshine is like, and the reasons why it is this type of dangerous practice. We hope you enjoy learning more about building a Moonshine Still!

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