Sunday, April 28, 2013

Lemondrop Moonshine (In Alcohol-Free April!)


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4 comments:

  1. I wanna try this!! I bet Matt would like it too! He loves making his beer! And, you seriously need to burn be a CD ASAP!!

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  2. I stumbled across your blog while listening to Florida Georgia Line and Googling Lemon Drop recipes. Your recipe sounds great and I'll give it a try! One thing to consider: I'm a home brewer and, while brewing your own beer is perfectly legal, distilling your own shine isn't. It's a felony, IIRC. It's really stupid, because when legal home beer brewing was written into law, the authors "forgot" to include spirit distillation. So, due to an idiotic oversight, it's illegal to make your own shine, even if you don't sell it. That said, there's tons of people out there that do it, but it may not be wise to advertise it on your publicly-accessible blog.

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  3. I appreciate your concerns, but fortunately, no illegal activities are occurring during the making of this "moonshine" :-)

    If you noticed, I never stated that I distill my own shine (sure would be cool if I could). Instead, the recipe uses perfectly legal 151 proof Everclear purchased from the local BevMo. It is no different than posting a recipe for a delicious margarita or martini, so brew on!

    Thanks,
    Caitlin @ That House on the Corner

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  4. You say you use 1 cup lemon juice to 1 cup sugar then add in lemon drop candies. How much of the lemon drop candies do you use?

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