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Home Distillation of Alcohol
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After you read this you will understand just how easy it is to make your own Moonshine, Whiskey, Vodka, Rum or even alternative fuels. Believe it or not there are Moonshiners everywhere, we have a grand tradition that goes back to the first settlers.
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The second is of seething water and the vapor thereof, as also of ashes, and serves to distill those things which are subtle and moist, as also for the rectifying of any spirit or oil. The third is of sand and filings of iron which serves to distill things subtle and dry, or gross and moist.
The fourth is of a naked fire - close, open or with a blast which serves to distill metals and minerals and hard gummy things, such as amber, etc. I do not say serves only to distill these, for many former distillations are performed by this heat, as the distilling of spirits and oils, etc.
But minerals and such like cannot but by this fourth degree alone. The forms also of furnaces are various.
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The fittest form for distillation is round; for so the heat of the fire being carried up equally diffuses itself every way, which happens not in a furnace of another figure, as four square or triangular, for the corners disperse and separate the force of the fire. Their magnitude must be such as shall be fit for the receiving of the vessel; their thickness so great as necessity shall seem to require; only thus much observe, that if they be of forged iron or copper, they must be coated inside, especially if you intend to use them for a strong fire.
They must be made with two bottoms distinguished, as it were, into two forges, the one below which may receive the ashes, the other above to contain the fire.
The bottom of this upper must either be an iron grate or else an iron plate perforated with many holes so that the ashes may the more easily fall down into the bottom, which otherwise would put out the fire.It is just a natural physical phenomenon. One just fills the bottle with spirit and the liqueur is ready.
The essence is blended with spirit and about 4 cl of the mix is added to a glass to which is added a 33 cl bottle of mixer. The column filling provides a good contact surface area.
If the temperature is held the thresholds are kept in place.
The liquid temperature Because yeast generates heat during fermentation. If one taps too much the carbon must be removed and the filling sequence repeated.
The impurities are loosely bound to the carbon granules activated carbon has an affinity charge most being bound at the top of the pipe and the least at the base.
By this means the alcohol is separated from the mash. You can be sure that I am serious about this.