I composed this frame to resemble the moon surface.
Throughout history, there have been many ways of making moonshine; making good moonshine is quite an art and requires precision and skill.
It takes lots of time and practice before one can whip up a good batch that work.
Here are the basic ingredients:
Here is the basic process:
In a large container mix all ingredients together.
After mixing, move the mixture into a still and leave it to ferment.
Heat the mixture to the point of vaporization at 173° degrees fahrenheit.
The mixture will produce a clear liquid, often the color of dark beer.
Trap vapor using a tube or coil.
The vapor will be transferred into a second, empty container. The resulting condensation is the moonshine; it is then ready to drink.
Keep mixture in container and add more sugar, water, malt, and corn meal then repeat the process.
(Repeat the process up to eight times before replacing the mixture).