A few Dos and Don’ts about Distilling at Home

Posted By GuestAdmin on 10th March 2015

  Are you looking to buy your first set of home distillery equipment? Is it time to take the plunge and upgrade to a bigger still? Here are few Dos and Don’ts for every novice and experienced distiller out there. Do: Experiment! Experiment with flavors and different types of alcohol. You do not know what Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 6: Aging Products vs Oak Barrel Maturation

Posted By Jeff on 2nd March 2015

Products used in this video: –Charred Oak Barrel –Toasted Oak Chips Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller, and welcome back for another hearts episode. This time we’re going to be talking about the different ways you can age and flavor your spirits. Typically, most whiskeys are aged with oak, and you’ve got Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 5: How to Distill a Whiskey Recipe

Posted By Jeff on 28th February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |Aging Products vs Oak Barrel Maturation| Products used in this video: –Cracked Corn –6-row Malted Barley -Endo-Alpha Amylase **Please note, we no longer carry endo/exo alpha amylase. We carry a combined powdered amylase formula which can be used in place of both endo and exo alpha amylase.** -Exo-Alpha Amylase –Floating Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 4: How to Distill a Gin

Posted By Jeff on 26th February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |How to Distill a Whiskey| Products used in this video: –Screened Gaskets –Distilling Botanicals Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller, and welcome back for another hearts episode. In this episode, we’re going to be discussing gins, which is actually one of my favorite spirits. It’s a very Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 3: Vodka and Moonshine Infusions

Posted By Jeff on 24th February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |Vodka and Moonshine Infusions| Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller, and welcome to another hearts episode. In this episode, we’re going to be discussing vodka infusions, or moonshine infusions. There’s all kinds of different vodka flavors, from citrus, to coconut, to cranberry, and the same thing with Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 2: How to use Essences

Posted By Jeff on 23rd February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |Vodka and Moonshine Infusions| Products used in this video: –Moonshine Distiller Essences Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller, and welcome to another hearts episode. In this episode, we’re going to be discussing essences. We’ve got a lot of people asking us questions. What are these essences like? Read Full Story

Spring Cocktails

Posted By GuestAdmin on 20th February 2015

Are you looking forward to making some spring drinks? Well, St. Patrick’s Day and Easter are coming up – what better excuse do you have? Shrek Martini Need something green? Try out this smooth and tasty green martini recipe. Why wouldn’t you want to drink something named after the lovable ogre? .75 oz. Vodka .75 Read Full Story

Hearts Series, Episode 1: Grains 101

Posted By Jeff on 19th February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |How to Use Essences| Products used in this video: –2-row Malted Barley –6-row Malted Barley -Rye Malt (no longer carried since flaked rye is much easier to use) –Cracked Corn –Flaked Rye –Flaked Oats Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller and welcome to our Hearts series. In Read Full Story

Heads Series, Episode 10: Carbon Filtering

Posted By Jeff on 17th February 2015

Next video in the Hearts series: |Grains 101| Products used in this video: –Moonshine Distiller Activated Carbon Filter System –Moonshine Distiller Activated Stone Carbon Video Transcription Howdy folks, I’m Jeff from Moonshine Distiller and welcome back to the final episode of our Heads series. In this episode, we’re going to be going over our carbon filter Read Full Story

Heads Series, Episode 9: How To Run a Dual-Purpose Reflux Still

Posted By Jeff on 15th February 2015

Oops, I screwed it up! Just before the 2-minute mark, I mention that the more volatile stuff ends up at the top of the tower where it is hottest and the less volatile stuff ends up at the bottom of the tower where it is coolest. I got it right about the volatiles, but the Read Full Story