Making Pure Corn Whiskey (2nd Edition)
A Professional Guide for Amateur and Micro Distillers
by Ian Smiley BSc
The most comprehensive home-distilling book that specifically addresses
the small-scale production of whiskey.
It details every aspect of how fresh grain is tranformed into whiskey,
with easy and inexpensive methods of fabricating the equipment and
precise details of how to operate it.
The book features over a dozen recipes that range from modern
scientifically optimized processes to traditional corn squeezin's and
sour-mash recipes. Gives a thorough treatment of the history and the methods of making
whiskey, and explains how to make a high-separation fractionating still
to distill it with. This process is also used to make real rum, brandy,
and schnapps in countries where it is legal.