Make Your Own Favourite Beverages, Germinate and Malt Your Own Grain, Use Many Grain Types and Potatoes, Ferment Your Own Wash, Distil Your Own Spirit, Make Your Own Liqueurs, Make a Bush Still for Oils
In How to Distill, you’ll learn every aspect of home distilling, from the fundamentals to controlling flavour development to packaging. It doesn’t matter if you want to be a moonshiner or whiskey maker, a rum distiller or gin infuser, this book will get you started on your journey.
This superb pure-bred Russian-style vodka essence is anything but plain. Perhaps a better name for it would be single-influence, as it mirrors the best from the Soviet Union very accurately. With rich and complex characteristics, this vodka is so smooth and warm on the tongue that it’s hard to believe that an ordinary budget priced bottle of spirits can be transformed to taste this good
An experienced wine maker and judge draws on his life’s work as a research scientist in anaerobic fermentation and the work of commercial vintners to give his views of methods that will improve on standard winemaking techniques. The book has been written for winemakers at all levels; all aspects of home winemaking are discussed from the basic equipment to the Wine Clubs that are the backbone of this widespread hobby. The book concludes with a selection of over 50 recipes from the author and his winemaking friends – tried and tested prize-winning recipes that have resulted in a succession of medals and rosettes at wine shows