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How to Make Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine

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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.

Apple Pie Moonshine

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Ingredients 

  • 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!

NEXT: HOW TO TURN A NEWBIE INTO A HUNTER BY THIS FALL

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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.

Apple Pie Moonshine

img_7221

Ingredients 

  • 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!

NEXT: HOW TO TURN A NEWBIE INTO A HUNTER BY THIS FALL

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Field Test: TRUGLO Titanium X Crossbow Broadheads

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Field Test: TRUGLO Titanium X Crossbow Broadheads

The number of crossbow broadheads on the market makes it challenging for bowhunters to decide what to use. Here are two of the newest designs from TRUGLO.

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Field Test: TRUGLO Titanium X Crossbow Broadheads

The number of crossbow broadheads on the market makes it challenging for bowhunters to decide what to use. Here are two of the newest designs from TRUGLO.

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GRAPHIC: Absolutely Brutal Snowmobile vs. Deer Collision

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A collision between a snowmobile and a whitetail deer resulted in one of the more gory pieces of video that you’re likely to see.

Everyone outdoorsman knows that collisions between animals and vehicles happen far too often. The results are often catastrophic on both sides. When a snowmobile traveling at high speed strikes a deer, we shudder at the thought of what damage might result to both machine and driver, let alone the deer.

This video shows just such a collision. It is both explosive and surprising.

WARNING: Graphic footage in the video.

As the deer races onto the snowmobile trail, the driver has zero chance of avoiding it. He T-bones the small whitetail with such force that the deer’s back-half almost literally explodes, spraying tissue and innards into the air. It’s ugly and shocking.

But the video is also surprising because, from what we can see, the damage we might have expected to the driver and his snowmobile was thankfully about as minimal as could possibly be. He immediately slows and comes to a stop, gets off of his snowmobile with seemingly little after-effect from the collision, and checks the front of his machine. It appears to have suffered little if any damage.

Amazing. Surely the small size of the deer resulted in far less damage than what there might have been.

In any event, it’s a rough scene. If you’re a snowmobiler it is certainly worth reminding yourself to be alert and treat driving a snowmobile with at least the same defensive attitude and care as you do with your automobile.

Be safe out there this winter!

NEXT: Dirt Biker Slams Into Black Bear Caught on Film

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A collision between a snowmobile and a whitetail deer resulted in one of the more gory pieces of video that you’re likely to see.

Everyone outdoorsman knows that collisions between animals and vehicles happen far too often. The results are often catastrophic on both sides. When a snowmobile traveling at high speed strikes a deer, we shudder at the thought of what damage might result to both machine and driver, let alone the deer.

This video shows just such a collision. It is both explosive and surprising.

WARNING: Graphic footage in the video.

As the deer races onto the snowmobile trail, the driver has zero chance of avoiding it. He T-bones the small whitetail with such force that the deer’s back-half almost literally explodes, spraying tissue and innards into the air. It’s ugly and shocking.

But the video is also surprising because, from what we can see, the damage we might have expected to the driver and his snowmobile was thankfully about as minimal as could possibly be. He immediately slows and comes to a stop, gets off of his snowmobile with seemingly little after-effect from the collision, and checks the front of his machine. It appears to have suffered little if any damage.

Amazing. Surely the small size of the deer resulted in far less damage than what there might have been.

In any event, it’s a rough scene. If you’re a snowmobiler it is certainly worth reminding yourself to be alert and treat driving a snowmobile with at least the same defensive attitude and care as you do with your automobile.

Be safe out there this winter!

NEXT: Dirt Biker Slams Into Black Bear Caught on Film

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