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Old 01-23-2012, 02:50 PM   #11
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Also, apple brandy is... By all definitions... Distilled hard cider.... Look it up

Apple jack, ice wine, whatever. I don't care about the name...
And yet, what you are attempting is not, by definition, distillation.

Look it up. Distillation requires, by definition, heat and evoporation. Otherwise, Eis Bock would be known as something else. Like, I dunno, Bock Gerstewhiskey.


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Old 01-23-2012, 02:58 PM   #12
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And yet, what you are attempting is not, by definition, distillation.

Look it up. Distillation requires, by definition, heat and evoporation. Otherwise, Eis Bock would be known as something else. Like, I dunno, Bock Gerstewhiskey.
Guy... You have already said you are done with this conversation. I'm not sure if you just have nothing better to do, or just get off on being a pretentious dbag, either way, I'd rather get a response from someone who actually wants to help, not someone intent on discouraging everything this forum is all about.

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Old 01-23-2012, 03:07 PM   #13
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Guy... You have already said you are done with this conversation. I'm not sure if you just have nothing better to do, or just get off on being a pretentious dbag, either way, I'd rather get a response from someone who actually wants to help, not someone intent on discouraging everything this forum is all about.

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unfortunately, giant dbaggery aside, his main point is correct. it's gonna be mush, and you'll have to figure out a way to separate the mush.

some people use cornies. freezing a corny, the ice forms a kind of jacket on the inside with liquid in the center, and then you can siphon it out. but if you're only doing a gallon or two, you'll have to get creative.
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Old 01-23-2012, 03:14 PM   #14
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Alright ladies. Quit swiping at each other with your handbags. You're embarrassing yourselves in front of your husbands.

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I've got a pretty decent idea I'll try when I get home. I'm going to freeze it into the mush, break it up as best I can, put into a colander over some container, and put back in the freezer. If I continually go and break up the ice without letting it thaw, the alcohol should work its way out.... Hopefully. I'll try it.

Thank you for the input. I assumed he was right... I just have trouble hearing [Mod Edit] It ends here.

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Do you not want to distill it? If u want true brandy u will want to do that. Now thats the next thing im looking into

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Old 01-23-2012, 03:19 PM   #17
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Do you not want to distill it? If u want true brandy u will want to do that. Now thats the next thing im looking into
It's illegal. You can do it with the right supplies, but it will look like you're cooking dope lol

You can't get info on hbt about actual distillation I don't think.
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Do you not want to distill it? If u want true brandy u will want to do that. Now thats the next thing im looking into
Not on this forum you're not. A bit of a warning
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:49 AM   #19
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Not on this forum you're not. A bit of a warning
Ok ok. Wow. Didnt think id offend people w that comment
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Ok ok. Wow. Didnt think id offend people w that comment
Not offended... Just like this forum and would rather not get shut down because of donk talk about illegal in home distillation....


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