- Author: Tom Jackson
- Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- ISBN: 1987400844
- Page: 62
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Home Distilling Collection: Detailed Techniques of Making Whiskey, Vodka and Rum with 15 Recipes Book 1. The Home Distiller's Workbook: Guide to Making Your Own Whiskey Did you always want to make whiskey and other kinds of beverages on your own, but never got the right information to take the first step? Download this informative and practical guide and start making your favorite beverages as per your convenience. We have come up with a highly comprehensive workbook that will let you master the art of whiskey-making in no time. Even if you have never worked on a similar project before, you would be able to learn how to make your own whiskey and other beverages after reading this guide. We have started from the basics and covered all the important aspects related to concepts like malting, distillation, fermentation, and more. Also, we have discussed the different varieties of whiskey, how to make them, and other kinds of beverages as well. Some of the topics that are covered in the guide are as follows: The basic process of whiskey-making Different varieties of whiskey How to make whiskey from corn Making vodka from potatoes How to make home-based rum Different moonshine recipes, and more Book 2. Home Distilling Guide: Making Whiskey, Vodka and Rum Recipes and Techniques Alcohol is something that man has been making since before recorded time. Man decided that good was not good enough, and he has been trying to make alcohol products better and stronger, ever since. Distilling came to life in the twelfth century AD in Southern Italy, and not much long after a local prince began taxing it. Or at least-so the story goes. Regardless, when it comes to distillation and regulation they seem to go hand in hand. Unfortunately, our government feels the need to keep a tight leash on what is a very simple process. Moonshiners have developed due to an unjust law and a commodity that everyone wants. Moonshiners are certainly a breed apart. They take great risks to have a chance at making enough money to support their families and carry them through to the next season. Moonshiners have been hunted, hounded, out-lawed, and persecuted throughout time. Done for the public good or was it for taxes? I must admit I get confused. Today there is a new breed of outlaw, better know as "urban moonshiners." Urban moonshiners are sometimes referred to as "whiskey geeks," or "shiners," taking many of the same risks that traditional moonshiners did. But the modern hobbyist isn't into it to a make a profit. In many cases it can be cheaper to buy mass-produced booze right off the shelf. Of course, you are wondering if they don't do it for the money, why take the risk? Some view it as a tantalizing hobby, while others see it as way to connect with their heritage, and still others view it as a way to stay independent and keep essential skills alive. I believe most of them are looking to produce a product that tastes better than mass produced booze being sold in stores. Download your E book "Home Distilling Collection: Detailed Techniques of Making Whiskey, Vodka and Rum with 15 Recipes" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!