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Just wondering...

How do you all get you first receipes?

Can you open the doors with a receipe that's fairly proven and start making great product or is it mostly trial and error?


Reply:

John,

Standard classicial formulas are in all basic distilling text books and in most cases defined by Federal law, so the range is not always as large one might first think.

Best regards,

Don

Just wondering...

How do you all get you first receipes?

Can you open the doors with a receipe that's fairly proven and start making great product or is it mostly trial and error?


Reply:

We bought our recipes off of EBAY. Neither of us had relatives that were out of the prison system long enough to develop their own products.

Don


Reply:Just wondering...

How do you all get you first receipes?

Can you open the doors with a receipe that's fairly proven and start making great product or is it mostly trial and error?


Reply:We bought our recipes off of EBAY. Neither of us had relatives that were out of the prison system long enough to develop their own products.

Don


Reply:

All joking aside, start home brewing beer. Seriously.

Learn about brewing, it's a fundamental part of distilling...and perfectly legal to do in your home. Hard cider is the easiest to start with: Apple juice, some yeast, and a little extra nutrients, and you're off and running. You're now halfway to apple brandy. The better the cider you can make, the better the brandy will be when you get to the distilling stage.

Learn to make beer and you're halfway to making whisky....wine becomes brandy, and so on.

It's one of those "walk before you run, Grasshopper" kind of things. It sounds kinda cryptic and maybe a little dismissing at this point, but you'll be learning a valuable fundamental...and you get beer from it in the mean time. How many lessons can do that for ya?

Yes, I've over simplified, but you gotta start somewhere.

Cheers,

Paul


Reply:

Don- Which texts do you refer to? I have tons of texts, but none with any real, useful, formulas or recipes.

John,

Standard classicial formulas are in all basic distilling text books and in most cases defined by Federal law, so the range is not always as large one might first think.

Best regards,

Don