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Apple Pie Moonshine #7371978 12/10/18 04:33 AM
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Get ready to 'shine on around a campfire with this apple pie moonshine recipe.
Here's a recipe you are going to want to share with your friends and hope they make some of their own. Maybe then they'll stop asking you for a jar every season.
Before we get into this recipe, I feel I need to set the record straight. This isn't actual moonshine made famous by the cooks of white lightning, tub thumper, corn squeezing or whatever you want to call the real thing.
What it is, though, is a high-proof mix of autumn-time deliciousness. This apple pie moonshine alternative is sure to please anyone of legal age to enjoy a taste. Be careful, though: this recipe makes a very smooth drink that tastes just a like liquid apple pie. You have been warned.
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1 750-milliliter bottle of 190-proof Everclear or high-proof vodka if that's all you can get.
About 1 cup of Captain Morgan Spiced Rum (two cups tastes pretty good also... just saying).
1 gallon apple cider
1 quart apple juice
3 cups of brown sugar
1 cup of white sugar
10 cinnamon sticks
1 large stock pot
6 mason jars (quart-sized)
This recipe comes together very quickly. Simply combine the cinnamon sticks, apple cider, and apple juice in the large stock pot. Bring it all to a mild simmer and add in the sugars.
Continue to stir slowly for about 5-10 minutes until all the sugar is dissolved. At that point, turn the heat off and allow the apple cider mixture to cool down to room temperature.
Allow it several hours to reach a lower temperature. If you add in the alcohol too soon, the higher temperature will evaporate some of the alcohol content.
Once the mixture is at room temperature, stir in the Everclear and one to two cups of rum.
At that point, you are ready to jar the apple pie moonshine in the mason jars. Don't be afraid to put a cinnamon stick in the jars either.
As the apple pie moonshine ages, the cinnamon and sugar blends out the alcohol taste to an almost undetectable level. Again...YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!


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Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: dogcatcher] #7372040 12/10/18 12:22 PM
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Think I'll have this for supper tonight. cheers

Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: dogcatcher] #7372061 12/10/18 01:12 PM
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Sounds good. I had a neighbor lady who has since passed away used to make what she called peach brandy. She took a gallon of ever clear and put an over ripe peach in it. It gave the ever clear some color but that was about it.

Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: dogcatcher] #7372079 12/10/18 01:32 PM
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Liquid brain damage nuts

Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: dogcatcher] #7377906 12/15/18 09:27 PM
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Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: 68rustbucket] #7378228 12/16/18 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
Liquid brain damage nuts

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Liquid brain damage nuts

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Re: Apple Pie Moonshine [Re: dogcatcher] #7381456 12/19/18 04:41 PM
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I've had this before and it was delicious! Heed the warning guys, it will sneak up on you. cheers


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Yep made up a batch over the weekend. It has a a bite but seems to be smoothing out as it "ages" a bit.

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Originally Posted by Sirrah243
I've had this before and it was delicious! Heed the warning guys, it will sneak up on you. cheers


We were at a Christmas party several years ago. Probably had been there about ten minutes when a woman stood up from the table, took two steps and slammed into a wall. She had been drinking this stuff and it jumped on her like a fat kid on a pork chop.

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Originally Posted by Walkabout
Yep made up a batch over the weekend. It has a a bite but seems to be smoothing out as it "ages" a bit.



it definitely mellows with time. I make mine 3-4 months or more before the holidays to give out and sip on. Another thing you can add to this is apple pie spice. Not too much but makes a big difference and a little lime (you don't taste the lime so much as it brightens it up a bit)


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Appreciate ya. Im giving it a try this weekend

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