"I recently purchased your eBook on the Secrets of Building a Moonshine Still. I elected to go with a prefabricated still, and now I am looking for a little help on making the actual moonshine, would you be able to offer any assistance or insight?"
This is the natural evolution from building a whiskey still. There are several recipes available for making moonshine, and any of them will suffice. I normally encourage my readers to begin small, especially if you haven't got the experience associated with Appalachian Moonshine masters. You will want to run a few test batches to get familiar with the process before going full bore on the manufacturing process.
Safety, safety, safety cannot be overstated. Making moonshine is a potentially hazardous endeavor. Moonshine is high octane liquor with extremely high flammability properties, which means it can catch fire, or possibly erupt, if attention to detail is not adhered to. Always employ fire safety when operating a moonshine still.
As mentioned in the context of the book, making moonshine is considered illegal in several states without the proper permits and licenses. Under no circumstances am I suggesting that you conduct illegal activities; the information provided is for entertainment purposes only. That being said, this material may come in handy for a SHTF situation in which conventional services in the form of fossil fuels are unavailable.
Keep Confident & Survive,