Scottish Peated Single-Malt Whisky Ingredients Kit and Recipe

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Since scotch whisky can only technically be made in Scotland, we provide everything you need to create your own single-malt scotch! Call it whatever you’d like!

The scotch making kit includes actual peated malt, our best whiskey yeast for fermenting the grains, and instructions on how to make your Scottish single-malt whisky! This kit even includes toasted oak chips!

Equipment needed for making Scottish-style whisky:
A still
-Fine nylon straining bag (for straining out the grain particles after fermentation)
-Thermometer (the floating thermometers are very useful for this process)
-Large spoon or paddle to stir the mash

Optional Equipment:
-Large stainless steel pot (you can also mash/ferment right in your stainless steel milk can boiler)
Fermenting vessel (you can also mash/ferment right in your milk can boiler)
SEBstar HTL, SEBAmyl GL, and ViscoSEB L liquid enzymes to help keep your mash from getting too thick and to convert the starches into more digestible sugars.

Each Scottish single-malt kit includes the ingredients to produce a 5-gallon wash at 8.3% alcohol by volume (which should yield about a gallon at 40% abv, before making cuts). If you have a 13-gallon boiler, you would need two of these scotch making kits to produce 10 gallons to fill your boiler!

Additional information

Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 8 × 14 in
Grain Milling

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1 review for Scottish Peated Single-Malt Whisky Ingredients Kit and Recipe

  1. Chris Roussi (verified owner)

    I’m a newbie to distilling, but not to drinking Scotch, so I was curious how making my own would work. This kit was complete, except for instructions; I was able to piece together how much of the various enzymes to use from other sources. After a 7-day fermentation, 2 distillations, and 5 days of “aging” on the toasted oak chips, I ended up with 2L of 60% ABV “scotch”. And to my total surprise, it’s actually pretty good. It’s a lovely color. When diluted to 100 proof, there’s a distinct peat/smoke nose, and a slightly sweet finish.I am very happy with the results.

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