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How To Make Apple Pie Moonshine? (Best solution)

What is the best moonshine recipe?

  • Apple Pie Moonshine. Apple pie flavor moonshine is by far the most popular. Wide Open Spaces suggests to start by stirring 1 quart of apple juice, 1 gallon of apple cider, and 10 cinnamon sticks in a large pot. Once you’ve brought that mixture to a simmer, stir in 3 cups of brown sugar and 1 cup of white sugar.

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Does Apple Pie Moonshine get stronger the longer it sits?

The Apple Pie Moonshine is ready to drink. It’s that simple. However, I recommend letting it sit in the refrigerator for about a month. The longer it sits, the better it gets.

How do you make apple mash for moonshine?

Cut up apples and put in a food processor and blend up 2. Put blended up apples & 1 gallon of water in a large stock pot and heat up to 160 degrees 3. Empty apple mash into a large enough container to mix in the additional 5 gallons water and 3 cans of concentrate. Stir in the 6 lbs of sugar until totally dissolved.

How long can Apple Pie Moonshine last?

It all depends on how you store your apple pie moonshine. In an airtight container, it should last 3 – 4 months in the back of your refrigerator. If you seal your jars properly in your mason jars, they can last up to three years.

Does Apple Pie Moonshine get better with age?

Once mixture has cooled, add moonshine and stir well to combine. Place a cinnamon stick in each sterile Mason jar and pour into jars. Tightly secure with lids and refrigerate. Tip: This apple pie moonshine tastes better with age and can be refrigerated for up to 6 months.

What is the best mixer for moonshine?

Here are the best things to mix with moonshine.

  • Coke. Moonshine is whiskey, so the classic combination of whiskey and Coke works whether that whiskey has spent time in a barrel or not.
  • Grapefruit Juice. Flavorwise, this is sort of the poor American cousin of the Paloma.
  • Ginger Ale.
  • Sweet Vermouth.
  • Lemonade.
  • Iced Tea.

How are you supposed to drink moonshine?

How should you drink moonshine? “We always drink it straight from the jar, but encourage you to get creative by mixin’ your own recipe. A Southern classic is our Front Porch Peach Tea, which is 2 parts Ole Smoky Peach Moonshine, 1 part sweet tea and 1 part Lemonade, with peach and mint for garnish.”

Can you make liquor out of apples?

In order to convert the apple juice into cider, the apple juice has to ferment. During fermentation the sugars in the apple are converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide (and a range of flavor molecules). Fermentation is essential for any alcoholic drink, whisky, beer, etc all start out with fermentation.

What Alcohol is made from apples?

Cider (/ˈsaɪdər/ SY-dər) is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of apples.

How many pounds of apples do you need to make moonshine?

Ingredients

  1. 25 pounds of ripe apples ( 1/2 bushel.
  2. 5-10 pounds cane sugar (We found added 1-2 pounds per gallon of mash worked really well)
  3. Enough water to reach 5 gallons of total liquid after juicing the apples.
  4. 2.5 teaspoon yeast nutrient (We just followed the directions on the label.
  5. 1 packet dry wine yeast.

Why was moonshine made illegal?

So why is moonshine still illegal? Because the liquor is worth more to the government than beer or wine. Uncle Sam takes an excise tax of $2.14 for each 750-milliliter bottle of 80-proof spirits, compared with 21 cents for a bottle of wine (of 14 percent alcohol or less) and 5 cents for a can of beer.

What is the ABV of apple pie moonshine?

GATLINBURG, TN– Ole Smoky Moonshine announced today the national launch of a higher proof Ole Smoky Apple Pie Moonshine. The product was originally created at 20% ABV (40 proof). However, the company decided to take things to the next level by raising the proof to 70 proof (35% ABV).

What percent alcohol is moonshine?

Moonshine is usually distilled to 40% ABV, and seldom above 66% based on 48 samples. For example a conventional pot stills commonly produce 40% ABV, and top out between 60-80% ABV after multiple distillations. However, ethanol can be dried to 95% ABV by heating 3A molecular sieves such as 3A zeolite.

Can moonshine make you go blind?

If you’re drinking moonshine, yes. Although alcohol that’s properly manufactured and regulated does not by itself cause blindness, people sometimes do go blind from drinking bootleg beverages. One common concern with moonshine is lead poisoning, which has been linked to blindness.

Should moonshine be refrigerated?

Moonshine doesn’t require refrigeration for storage but storing your moonshine in a fridge won’t damage your spirits. The only elements that can change your moonshine are light, heat, and oxygen if your bottle is opened. If your moonshine is exposed to any of these elements, the flavor can be affected.

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Distillery Tour with Samples at Ole Smoky Moonshine, Inc. The bottom line is as follows: A visit to Ole Smoky Moonshine is a once-in-a-lifetime Appalachian adventure. However, while the mountain-produced Moonshine is not inexpensive, it is real and well worth the $30 price tag. Even if you don’t end up purchasing anything, the $5 Moonshine tasting and distillery tour make this a worthwhile pit trip. – SmokyMountains.com is a website dedicated to the Smoky Mountains. Team of Local Experts OLE SMOKEY TENNESSEE MOONSHINE, which is conveniently located in Ole Smoky Holler in downtown Gatlinburg, first opened its doors for business over the Fourth of July Weekend in 2010. When Ole Smoky Moonshine originally opened its doors, it was the first and only federally permitted distillery in the whole state of East Tennessee. In recent years, the well-known Moonshiners’ ‘hideout’ has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Great Smoky Mountains. Prior to arriving to the Ole Smoky Moonshine distillery, you will be greeted by the distinct scent of fermenting grains, which will ensure that you have arrived at the correct location. After going across a small stream, rocking seats, and a stage where live music is being performed, you will come across a real operational moonshine distillery. You will get the opportunity to learn about the history of Tennessee moonshine and to participate in the distillation process from start to finish. The walk-through museum is completely free, and it will undoubtedly give you a newfound respect for the moonshine you are about to sample. The trip will conclude with a stop to the Moonshine shop, where you will have the opportunity to try the classic flavor…as well as apple pie, peach, blackberry, white lightnin’, and the other seasonal varieties. There is a $5 fee to sample the moonshine, which is a really reasonable price. You will not be charged the $5 fee if you do not make a purchase in the store. Some of the most popular choices among customers are as follows:

Original Moonshine (100 Proof) –

When it comes to getting the ‘genuine’ moonshine experience, this is the best option. A blend of 80 percent maize and a top-secret ingredient resulting in a high-octane, bold-flavored moonshine with a powerful kick at the finish.

White Lightnin’ (100 Proof) –

  1. If you enjoy making Moonshine Margaritas, Moonshine Mojitos, or any other mixed cocktail, White Lightnin’ Moonshine is the best choice for you.
  2. White Lightnin’ Moonshine is a premium moonshine made in the United States.
  3. With six distillations, this powerful drink has a silky finish that makes it a great alternative for vodka, gin, or tequila, among other spirits.

Moonshine Cherries (100 Proof) –

It is not for nothing that it is referred to as “A Party in a Jar.” Several maraschino cherry have been fully soaked in 100 Proof Moonshine, and they have been placed in mason jars.

Once the cherries have been consumed, which will not take long, you will have Cherry Moonshine on your hands.

Apple Pie Moonshine (40 Proof) –

You’ll be thinking about Grandma’s apple pie after tasting this delicious concoction of pure apple juice, cinnamon, spices, and home-made moonshine. With only 40 proof, this Moonshine will go down as smoothly as a slice of apple pie. In front of the Ole Smoky Moonshine gift shop is a tranquil courtyard area with rocking seats, a small stream, and a stage where live music may be heard during peak hours. In addition, Ole Smoky Holler is home to a variety of eateries and businesses for the enjoyment of its tourists. When seeking for moonshine that not only tastes wonderful but also has the ability to sterilize medical equipment, you should pay a visit to the Ole Smoky Moonshine distillery in New York. The moonshine tasting, distillery tour, and learning about the history of this adult beverage are all enjoyable and reasonably priced activities that should be included in your agenda when visiting the area.

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It is possible that this content contains affiliate links. For additional information, please see my disclosure policy, which may be found here. This simple Apple Pie Moonshine recipe makes a delectable beverage that anybody can make. This quick moonshine recipe is always the talk of the party, and everyone raves about how delicious it is. Furthermore, you will not believe how simple it is to prepare! Preparation time: 5 minutes 1 hour to prepare 1 hour and 5 minutes in total This simple Apple Pie Moonshine recipe makes a delectable beverage that anybody can make. This quick moonshine recipe is always the talk of the party, and everyone raves about how delicious it is. Furthermore, you will not believe how simple it is to prepare!

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To see step-by-step lessons of your favorite It Is a Keeper recipes, subscribe to my YouTube channel! This Apple Pie Moonshine recipe is very delicious! It is really easy to take, yet it has a powerful punch to it. It’s a simple formula that doesn’t necessitate the use of a moonshine still or other sophisticated procedures. This is more of a flavored moonshine recipe than anything else. If you’ve ever wondered how to manufacture moonshine, you can see how to produce moonshine here — the old-fashioned way, with a still – by following along with the instructions. This moonshine recipe is a flavored moonshine recipe, thus it has a distinct flavor. It is rather simple to create because it makes use of grain alcohol that can be purchased. Please be sure you prepare it at least a few weeks before you want to consume it. Before you can appreciate it, it has to be given some time to settle and mellow down. I normally create a large number of batches at the same time. The most difficult step is locating the grain alcohol. For each batch, I use a complete bottle of Everclear 190 proof (190 proof alcohol). Grain alcohol with a proof of 190 can be difficult to come by. Some states do not allow the sale of it. If you can’t locate it, you can easily substitute a lesser proof vodka or moonshine (151 proof grain alcohol is considerably simpler to get by) that you can purchase from a liquor shop instead. This thing is quite strong, but it is oh, so delicious! Apple Pie Moonshine is without a doubt the greatest Apple Pie Moonshine recipe you will ever taste.

It’s important to remember to let it rest and mellow. If you try to drink this moonshine too soon, it will feel like you’re ingesting rocket fuel. I’m thinking this is what rocket fuel would taste like, because I’ve never had it before. It’s something I’ve never really tried.

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Items You Need to Make Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 14 cinnamon sticks split
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 750 mL of 190 percent Everclear grain alcohol or the highest strength vodka you can find
  • 64 oz apple juice
  • 64 oz apple cider
  • Cook over medium-high heat until the apple juice and cider are bubbling, adding sugar, nutmeg, ground cinnamon, and 8 cinnamon sticks as needed.
    For 1 hour, cover and cook over low heat.
    Remove the pan from the heat and allow it to cool to room temperature.
    Toss in the booze to the mixture. **USE CAUTION: Do not add alcohol in close proximity to a flame or a heat source! It has a high flammability. Before adding the alcohol, make sure the liquid has totally cooled.
    Remove the cinnamon sticks from the liquid and pour it into jars.
    the remaining 6 cinnamon sticks should be divided evenly among the jars
  • Place the lids on the jars and set them aside in a cool, dry location for 8 weeks before using them.
    Please take pleasure in moderation.

Calories: 409 kilocalories The following nutrients are included in this serving: | Carbohydrates (106 g), Sodium (0.1 mg), Potassium (35 mg), Fiber (4.0 g), Sugar (100 g), Vitamin A (25 IU), Vitamin C (0.3 mg), Calcium (84 g), and Iron (0.7 g). All of the nutritional information presented is based on best-guess calculations. See www.itisakeeper.com/about-its-a-keeper/privacy-disclosure policies/ for more information on how I compute this information.

Anonymous Rather of using white sugar, I only use brown sugar, and instead of vodka, I use 151 spiced rum to make this cocktail. I also use a lot more cinnamon sticks (which I get from Sam’s Club since they are roughly half as long as regular cinnamon sticks) and place one in each 16 oz. mason jar that I use to make the recipe. Made it for Christmas last year and it was a huge hit with the audience. It was a resounding success. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ These didn’t taste like apple pie moonshine, which is what they should have tasted like. Despite the fact that it has a nice taste, it may benefit from additional Everclear and a hint of something else. The vodka may be reduced because it was overpowering, but other than that, this is a great Christmas treat, especially for people who enjoy giving homemade gifts in mason jars:). It is important to note that the state of California does not offer 190 proof whiskey, but only 151 proof. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ It’s not as good as grandma’s moonshine, but it’s not awful either. It’s simple to put together. Furthermore, in California, 190 proof is exclusively available on military sites. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ Advertisement Almost everyone makes their own version of this, and I used the following for simple sipping, no strong alcohol flavor, and relaxation after half of the container: 1 a half gallon of apple cider Half-Gallon of Apple Juice 3 Cups Brown Sugar (optional) 1 cup granulated sugar 6 cinnamon sticks (optional) Boil for 10 minutes, then remove from heat and add 1 750ml Everclear 190 grain alcohol. 1 cup Cpt Morgan Spiced Rum (optional). Fill Mason jars with 1 cinnamon stick each jar and set aside. Refrigerate until ready to serve. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ Using spiced rum and apple vodka in one batch and spiced rum with caramel vodka in another, I created two different variations of this cocktail. It was such a hit over Christmas that I’ve already received requests for more from two different people. This evening, we’re going to try making it, and I’m thinking I’ll decrease the sugar in half and see how it tastes without it being too sugary. It’s a really simple and enjoyable present to give! More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ I prepare this cocktail twice a year, using the same recipe as before, but adding 1 bottle vanilla vodka, 1 bottle caramel vodka, 1 bottle fireball, and 1 bottle butterschnapps to the mix each time. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ Advertisement I reduced the amount of white sugar by half. Definitely a step up! More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ This is something I truly adore. This was something I made the other day. I used two separate vodkas, one that was 80 proof and the other that was vanilla flavored. I do believe that there is far too much sugar in this. It has a really pleasant taste. I’m going to try cutting the sugar in half next time and see how it turns out. I am quite pleased with this outcome. Apple pie with vanilla ice cream is exactly what it sounds like in taste. A portion of this will be distributed to my family.=) I’ve noticed that if you leave the cinnamon stick in, the cinnamon flavor becomes really intense. If you don’t care for a strong cinnamon flavor, remove the cinnamon stick from the jars before serving. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ I recently prepared this and found it to be lacking in alcohol and cinnamon. I would consider reducing the amount of cinnamon used. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/

  • Exceptional Recipes I did make a few modifications, though, including adding an additional 1 cup of grain alcohol and an extra.
  • Each jar is filled with 5 cups of vodka (we like it rather strong).
  • I also placed one cinnamon stick and half of a vanilla bean in each jar before bottling.
  • Another advantage of having such a high alcohol content is that they may be stored at ambient temperature.
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  • everyone who has tried it has raved about it.
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I followed the instructions exactly. If it hadn’t been for the overwhelming alcohol flavor, I would have given it a better rating. When it comes to booze, I’m probably a light weight as well. It has a wonderful aroma and a flavor that is reminiscent of apple pie. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ 207 people have given their opinions.

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Exceptional Recipes I did make a few modifications, though, including adding an additional 1 cup of grain alcohol and an extra. 5 liters of vodka (WE LIKE IT REALLY STRONG) Before bottling, I also added a cinnamon stick and half of a vanilla bean to each jar to flavor it. Another advantage of having such a high alcohol content is that they may be stored at ambient temperature. Thank you for a fantastic recipe; everyone who has tried it has raved about it. More information can be found at http://www.nytimes.com/news/business/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/business-news/ Wow. This is quite tasty. Please consume alcoholic beverages slowly and sensibly. It has the same same flavor of apple pie. 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If you open a jar and don’t finish it, you should store it in the refrigerator or it will go bad. It has been my experience that the longer something is left to sit, the better it gets. I let mine remain in my storage room for a minimum of three months before drinking it, but it might be longer. I have a handful that are just over a year old that I still have and I opened one the other day and it was like, “Holy cow!” Very good flavor, and it’s well-aged…delicious! This season, the season of harvest I’m going to get one of those 30qt turkey fryers for use outside, and I’m going to experiment with producing enormous portions of food and expanding my knowledge. When I bottle, I add 1-2 sticks of butter in there, as well as some sliced apples every now and again. 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Recipes and Comments (no. 75) A simple recipe for homemade Apple Pie Moonshine may be found online. It can be served on special occasions or given as a gift to friends and family members who appreciate it. Whichever way you slice it, you’ll love this tasty and savory meal! I was overjoyed to be able to share my Tips for Celebrating Friendsgiving with you yesterday. As promised, I’m back today with the recipe for Apple Pie Moonshine, which you can find below. Cheers! Submitted by Missy, my sister-in-law, who created this recipe for homemade apple pie moonshine. During the past number of years, she has been distilling this moonshine. I’m not sure why I didn’t think to share it with you sooner, but I’m glad I did. When it comes to the holidays and other special events, we’ve made it somewhat of a habit to have a drink together. Whatever the occasion, it makes a unique present for friends, family members, and neighborhood neighbors, among other things.

What is Moonshine?

If you’ve never had Apple Pie Moonshine before, I must warn you that it’s just as hazardous as it is delectable. This moonshine is created from 190 proof grain alcohol (Everclear), which means it has a lot of flavor and kick. With its excellent flavor, however, moderation is advised, and shots should only be offered as an after-dinner treat. Please take pleasure in moderation.

How Do You Make Apple Pie Moonshine?

  • The tastes of the moonshine are blended together in a pot of simmering apple cider, apple juice, sugar, and seasonal spices for an hour before serving.
  • (While the juice is boiling, you may listen to my Friendsgiving playlist, which you can find here.
  • ) Add the alcohol when it has cooled.
  • The Apple Pie Moonshine is now ready for consumption.
  • That is all there is to it.
  • However, I recommend allowing it to stay in the refrigerator for approximately a month before serving it to ensure maximum flavor.
  • The longer it is left to sit, the better it becomes.
  • Now, if your state does not supply 190 proof grain alcohol, you may substitute 150 proof or add more vodka to make up the difference.
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How long does flavored moonshine last?

If you can find a way to seal them, they should last for up to two years at the most. Once they’ve been opened, I’d think they’ll last around 3 months in the refrigerator. I, on the other hand, prefer to keep mine in the freezer. Also, they may be stored in the freezer for up to two years without losing their quality. Whatever method you use to produce it, this moonshine is a delectable pleasure in tiny quantities and, as I have stated, it makes a thoughtful present. You can find the complete recipe for this wonderful apple pie moonshine recipe further down on this page.

Like this moonshine recipe? Try these cocktails:

  • Cocktails produced with fruit infusions include the Caramel Apple Martini, Homemade Pineapple Rum, Blackberry Basil Sangria, and Harvest Apple Mule.

Thank you very much for joining me for Friendsgiving! I really appreciate it! I hope you like this Apple Pie Moonshine recipe as much as I do. Greetings, my colleagues!

Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe:

Have you tried this recipe yet? Please leave a review! Drinks are on the menu. American cuisine is served. Keywords: apple pie, moonshine, apple pie moonshine, and apple pie moonshine 10 gallons = 10 servings Preparation time: 10 minutes Preparation time: 40 minutes Time allotted: 50 minutes A simple recipe for homemade Apple Pie Moonshine may be found online.

It can be served on special occasions or given as a gift to friends and family members who appreciate it. Whichever way you slice it, you’ll love this tasty and savory meal!

  • 6 cinnamon sticks – plus a few more for garnish – 1 gallon apple cider 1 gallon apple juice 2 cups white sugar 2 cups brown sugar 2 cups white sugar 2 cups brown sugar 2 cups white sugar 2 cups brown sugar 2 cups white sugar 2 cups brown sugar
    apple pie spice (1 teaspoon)
  • 190 proof grain alcohol (1 (750 mL) bottle
  • And 190 proof vodka (1 x (750 mL) bottle
  • Put all of the ingredients in a large stock pot and mix well. Add the apple cider, apple juice, white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon sticks, and apple pie spice and mix well. Bring the water close to a boil. Cover the saucepan with a cover and turn the heat down to low. Cook for one hour on low heat. Remove the saucepan from the heat and set it aside to cool. Once the mixture has cooled, remove the cinnamon sticks. Combine the grain alcohol and vodka in a separate bowl. Transfer the apple pie moonshine to sterilized quart jars or bottles and decorate with a cinnamon stick
  • The Apple Pie Moonshine is ready to drink right away after being made. The finest taste, on the other hand, comes from storing it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-4 weeks before consuming. Before serving, give it a good shake.
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Midnight Moon Moonshine was a discovery I made back in 2012. I purchased two jars of the Cherry, one for a gift and one for us. Allow me to state unequivocally that moonshine is a party in a jar! It’s possible that it generated a commotion or not!! I immediately started tinkering and came up with my own recipe for Apple Pie Moonshine. In 2013, a couple of my girlfriends and I were sitting around my kitchen table (while the boys were outside playing cornhole), and let’s just say that more chuckles and mischief poured out of a jar of Apple Pie Moonshine than we could count. I swear I’ve never laughed that hard in my life! The flavor of my homemade Apple Pie Moonshine was something I wanted to be less overpowering and more tasty and delightful when I decided to try my hand at creating it. It was because the moonshines we had tasted from the shop were very disgusting in flavor. We would drink it more as a novelty than anything else (and shudder each time). This was my first photograph, which was taken in 2013.

Honestly, the homemade Apple Pie Moonshine recipe I came up with is delicious! It’s smooth yet has a kick. It can sneak up on you.

  • Due to the fact that I do not have a still in my backyard.
  • It works flawlessly for this and all of my moonshine recipes, and I use Everclear as the foundation for them all.
  • Why not prepare a batch of this delicious Apple Pie Moonshine, which is simple to produce and much easier to enjoy.
  • Make some for yourself and some to share with others.
  • That jar of this is sure to be a hit at the upcoming Chinese Auction or gift swap you may be attending.
  • It’s a fantastic culinary gift idea!
  • One quart-sized jar of the product I was purchasing cost around $26.
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  • My method produces more than four times that much for around the same overall cost – a win!
  • I started adding apple chunks to my recipes a couple of years ago to give them a little additional taste.
  • It’s not required, but I enjoy doing it for myself.
  • The apple pieces become extremely soft when the mixture has chilled, so I crush them into the liquid with a potato masher before straining the liquid into another saucepan before adding the Everclear.
  • As I strain, I press down on the solids to ensure that they release all of their juice.

Tips on Making Apple Pie Moonshine

  • The higher the quality of your ingredients, the better the outcome. Whenever possible, I make use of farm fresh apple cider and organic apple juice
  • I also like to add one or two Honeycrisp apples to the combination, which I chop into chunks and cook alongside the rest of the ingredients. Mash them up afterward for added taste and to include little pieces of apple
  • You can experiment with the amount of sugar you use. The sweetness of apple cider, as well as the sweetness of apple juice, varies. When it comes to sweetness, the more alcohol you end up adding, the less sweet it will be.
    Do not add your alcohol until the combination has cooled (if you add it when the mixture is still hot, the alcohol will disperse a little)
  • Always taste and adjust the next day after the mixture has been allowed to chill. Increase the amount of alcohol to make it stronger, and increase the amount of apple cider if you think you’ve made it too powerful
  • I store this in the freezer. Keep in mind to allow a little headroom at the top of your containers/jars! Depending on how powerful your moonshine is made, it will either freeze, become slush or not freeze at all, depending on how long it has been in the freezer. If it does happen to freeze, it will defrost rather soon. I adore making a tiny slushy with it, it’s so wonderful, mmmm
  • I keep all of my moonshines and alcoholic concoctions in jars like this, this, or this
  • If you enjoy peaches, this is a must-try. Try my Fresh Peach Moonshine
  • It’s delicious!

If you like watermelon, you should try my Watermelon Moonshine AND liqueur. If you are a fan of chocolate. You just must try my Chocolate Moonshine. It’s one of the most delicious things you’ll ever consume! Take my word for it! Give this as a gift, and the person who receives it will cherish it forever!! Cheers!! The original version of this article was published in November 2013. This post was last updated in December 2020. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on the link and make a purchase, I may get a small commission.

Apple Pie Moonshine

With this simple and delectable Apple Pie Moonshine recipe, you can make your own flavored moonshine at home. It’s what I call a “party in a jar”! It’s the ultimate hostess/host gift, as well as a food present! Preparation time: 5 minutes Preparation time: 15 minutes Time allotted: 20 minutes Cocktails are on the menu.

American cuisine is served. The following keywords are included in this article: Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe, Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe, How To Make Flavored Moonshine. 2 oz. per serving Calories: 287 kilocalories

  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 64 oz / 8 cups apple cider
  • 64 oz / 8 cups apple juice
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup white sugar
    a couple of dashes of nutmeg
    a couple of dashes of ground cinnamon
  • 6-inch lengths of entire cinnamon sticks, halved
  • Optional: Honeycrisp apples, sliced into 2-inch slices
  • 1 750-mL bottle Everclear 80 to 151 proof (or equivalent). It all depends on how strong you want it or how much grain alcohol you want (start with half a bottle and work your way up from there)
  • Bring the cider, juice, sugars, and apple chunks (if used) to a boil in a large pot, then add the spices and continue to simmer for another 10 minutes, slightly lowering the volume.
    Remove the pan from the heat and allow the mixture to cool fully
  • Once the mixture has reached room temperature, mash up the apples with a potato masher (if you want to include them) and filter the moonshine through cheesecloth. Add in the Everclear and give it a good swirl.
    I can’t always tell how powerful anything is until it’s been cold. Any additional Everclear or, if you feel the cider is too powerful, additional apple cider may be added at any time.
    A fresh cinnamon stick is placed in each container by me as a standard practice.
    This recipe will fill approximately 4-5 quart-sized mason jars.
    Store the moonshine in a cool garage or refrigerator to preserve its quality.
    Before you start pouring, give it a brief shake.
    Putting this in the freezer an hour or two before serving or going somewhere is a good idea for me.
    I serve it as shots in smapp shooter cups
  • It goes down well.

Notes from Colleen: This recipe may easily be doubled or even tripled. It is not required to include the spice, especially if you get an apple cider with a strong flavor. The spices give it a nice kick that I enjoy. It’s all up to you. Keeps well in the refrigerator for up to 4 weeks or longer (depends on how fresh your cider was). About an hour before drinking, I prefer to store it in the freezer. You can absolutely make this stronger by adding another half-bottle (or less) of Everclear, or you can make it weaker by adding more cider. I personally prefer the frosty parts. Play around with it until you get the bite/flavor you want. It needed to taste less like pure alcohol, so this is the formula I’ve been sticking to since then. In addition, no one will be injured by falling to the ground!! Lol! One serving contains: 40 g | 287 kcal | 59 g of carbohydrate | 19 mg of sodium, 459 mg of potassium, 1 g of fiber, 52 g of sugar, 16 mg of vitamin C, 78 mg of calcium, and one milligram of iron.

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Add a little spice to your holidays with apple pie moonshine, the fiery beverage of outlaws that has been domesticated with a hint of grandma’s apple pie. A one-of-a-kind present for adult friends. This is the finest apple pie moonshine recipe ever, and it’s perfect for long winter evenings and holiday gatherings. Imagine yourself curled up in front of a roaring fire, taking pleasure in the vibrant discussion of your company, reminiscing on the year’s events, and drinking from a jar of homemade liquid apple pie! It is possible to share this wonderful experience with others outside of your own social circle by following the tips and tactics listed below. As a result, I know there are no Scrooges among you, and you are always willing to share your joyous discoveries with people in your immediate vicinity! One of the things I enjoy the most about the Christmas season is all of the homemade foods that are passed about in boxes, jars, and cans. For those of you who are tired of the same old candies, fudges, cookies, and other baked goods, apple pie moonshine is a delicious way to switch things up this holiday season. Most likely, your colleagues hosts and hostesses will be happy by the break from the usual routine as well! Hope you have a successful winter season having these jars in stock! My favorite part about this recipe is that it is quick and easy to make.

  • It keeps you warm all the way through! It’s perfect for drinking on chilly evenings.
    A few basic ingredients are required
  • The sweet apple pie spice profile is a favorite of reluctant drinkers
  • And I simply like delivering homemade holiday presents in glass containers.

What Is Apple Pie Moonshine?

Apple pie moonshine is the legal version of this fantasy, and it is made from high strength grain alcohol that has been sugared and flavored. For the time being, put your white lightning fantasies to rest for another couple of decades, and then check up on your state’s liquor regulations. Flavored moonshine drinks have made the journey from the backwoods to the bourgeoisie, and they’ve done so effectively and humorously. Yeehaw! It is unfortunate that I will not be able to instruct you on how to evaporate some spicy whiskey and sneak it across state boundaries this afternoon.

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What Ingredients Do You Need To Make Apple Pie Moonshine?

Apple pie moonshine beverages blend the delicious flavor of apple pie with the strength of a strong adult beverage! Using apple juice and spiced apple cider, the apple pie element of this drink is combined and cooked with brown sugar, granulated sugar, and cinnamon sticks until it is thick and syrupy. Together with some vodka, 190 proof Everclear (or a high proof grain alcohol alternative) is used to make the moonshine component of the recipe. This beverage, with a proof of 190, is not for the faint of heart or liver — this is not a drink for the weak of heart or liver!

How To Make Apple Pie Moonshine

  • Our version is constructed in four simple stages.
  • First, you’ll bring the apple drinks, sugar, and cinnamon to a boil, and then you’ll reduce the heat and simmer the mixture for an hour.
  • Pour the cooled appley syrup into a bottle and label it as a gift for friends and family members who are lucky enough to get it!
  • You should keep in mind that it tastes best if you let it stay in the refrigerator for a couple of days before drinking it.
  • Consider making my Cranberry Apple Bourbon Cocktail or Sweet Red Sangria if your pals are pleading for more of your adult holiday treats.
  • Apple pie moonshine is available for purchase at local liquor shops and internet vendors (for example, Ole Smoky Apple Pie Moonshine), but nothing compares to the flavor of our homebrewed beverage.

Step By Step: How To Make Apple Pie Moonshine

Cook the applesauce in a big saucepan over medium heat until the apple juice is bubbling and the applesauce is thick and sticky. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly, until the sugars are completely dissolved. Cover the saucepan and decrease the heat to a low setting to allow it to simmer. Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow it to cool fully. 2. Remove the cinnamon sticks and stir in the Everclear and Vodka until the syrup is cold. 3. Pour the moonshine into clean 16-ounce mason jars in batches of 12. 4. Fill each jar halfway with fresh cinnamon sticks. Refrigerate after covering with plastic wrap.

Apple Pie Moonshine

Add a little spice to your holidays with apple pie moonshine, the fiery beverage of outlaws that has been domesticated with a hint of grandma’s apple pie. A one-of-a-kind present for adult friends. Preparation time: 10 minutes 2 hours Cooking Time 2 hours and 10 minutes Total Time 2 hours and 10 minutes 12 16-ounce mason jars (servings)

  • 1 gallon apple juice
  • 1 gallon spiced apple cider
  • 2 cups dark brown sugar, firmly packed
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 18 cinnamon sticks, divided
  • 1 gallon apple juice
  • 1 gallon spiced apple cider
    2 liters 190 proof Everclear or grain alcohol
  • 1 1/2 cups vodka
  • 2 liters Everclear or grain alcohol
  • A big saucepan should have enough space to hold all of the ingredients. Combine the apple juice, apple cider, brown sugar, granulated sugar, and 12 cinnamon sticks. Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring constantly, until the sugars are completely dissolved.
    Cover the saucepan, turn the heat down to low, and let it cook for an hour. Remove the saucepan from the heat and let it to cool completely
  • Remove the cinnamon sticks from the syrup and stir in the Everclear and vodka until well combined.
    Fill 12 clean 16-ounce jars with moonshine, place a fresh new cinnamon stick in each jar, screw the lids on (you are not going to process the jars for canning, you are simply using the tops to cover the jars), and store in the refrigerator
  • After 2 weeks, the moonshine will be ready to drink, but the flavor will increase greatly because it has had a chance to settle and mellow for 2 weeks.

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Recipe Notes For Apple Pie Moonshine:

Despite the fact that it is still illegal in most places to distill your own alcohol without the right permissions, what you are truly doing in this recipe is preparing a drink. You are not involved in the production of the alcohol itself. So don’t be concerned that the “fuzz” will be knocking on your door soon enough! Please refer to the Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute for more in depth information on the legality of any possible distillery projects. The following is the alcohol concentration of apple pie moonshine: Because of its potency, this drink should only be consumed in little quantities. Please remember to drink responsibly at all times! For your information, this recipe produces a drink with a proof of around 30 percent, although commercially available versions of apple pie moonshine are often 70 to 80 percent. Everclear: I recommend using Everclear to make this apple pie moonshine recipe since it is a colorless, flavorless brand of highly concentrated grain alcohol that tastes like apple pie. It is available in two strengths: 151 proof and 190 proof, which implies that the alcohol concentration by volume is 75.5 percent or 95 percent, respectively. (You can learn more about how we got to use the term “proofs” to describe alcoholic beverages here.) (Spoiler alert: it includes setting bullets ablaze with matches.) As described on the company’s website as having “a unique capacity to extract flavor” and serving as “your liquid canvas… a blank slate… and an open invitation to create it your own” among other things, this spirit is a mixologist’s right hand man. Although liquor regulations are always changing, at the time of writing, it was unlawful to purchase and sell Everclear in 15 states. Check out this page for more intriguing Everclear facts. If you are unable to get any high proof (and fairly priced) grain alcohol in your area, high proof vodka is a typical option. Adding a personal touch to your gifts: You may be wondering what to blend with apple pie moonshine. Here are some suggestions. Don’t forget to add an additional stick of cinnamon to your jars to give them that distinctive glitter. You might also include a couple of small slices of green apple, but make sure your guests are aware that they will be snacking on these delicacies!

The apple will absorb a significant amount of alcohol and may result in unexpected drunkenness. Finish by wrapping the jar with string and adding an original label to make it even more personalized.

Can You Make Apple Pie Moonshine Ahead Of Time?

Yes, it is possible! Making my apple pie moonshine drink a couple of weeks ahead of time is actually the ideal strategy. After a few days of mellowing, the flavor just becomes better and better. Don’t worry if you’re short on time since the beverage is ready to consume as soon as it has cooled down. Make your decision months, weeks, days, or even hours in advance, depending on your availability.

How Do You Store Apple Pie Moonshine?

Apple pie moonshine should be stored in the refrigerator after it has been produced. The freezer is ideal for storing items for a longer period of time. Although moonshine should not be frozen in the freezer, the reduced temperature will help to preserve the combination for a longer period of time. If you want the best results, fill the jar almost completely with liquid, cover it with a tight-fitting lid, and store it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to serve or consume it.

How Long Does Flavored Moonshine Last?

  1. Flavored moonshine does not keep as well as regular moonshine, and the spices may become less noticeable with time.
  2. Having said that, some individuals say that your moonshine only becomes better and smoother as the months go by, while others believe that the flavor peaks instantly and even mellows, and that if you store your jars for too long, you run the risk of making vinegar.
  3. Because distilling your own moonshine is still illegal in most locations, the testing is still going on today!

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Originally published: Updated: by It is possible that this content contains affiliate links. You may prepare this apple pie moonshine for your holiday gatherings as a beverage, or you can give it away to your favorite people as a present. It has a flavor that is identical to apple pie and does not hold back on anything. This moonshine recipe simply gets better with time, which is the greatest part!

Is This Real Moonshine? What Is Moonshine?

  1. This isn’t the illicit moonshine manufactured in bathtubs that you’re used to seeing on the news.
  2. High-proof distilled alcohol made “under the radar” is referred to as moonshine in slang.
  3. The term comes from the fact that it was generally created late at night in order to avoid being discovered by authorities.
  4. It’s really been allowed in the United States since 2010, and its definition is straightforward: it’s whiskey that hasn’t been matured.
  5. This recipe does not call for genuine moonshine, but rather Everclear, which is simpler to get by and has the same proof range as true moonshine.

How do I Make Apple Pie Moonshine?

Making apple pie moonshine is a cinch, and the results are delicious. And because it produces so much, it will last you for quite some time.

Even though you can drain out the spices, I recommend keeping at least one stick of cinnamon in each mason jar for added flavor and aroma. If you like, you may omit the cinnamon and instead use around 12 cup of Fireball to give the dish a strong cinnamon flavor.

What Can I Use Instead of Everclear?

If you don’t have access to Everclear or any 190 proof grain alcohol, you may substitute any other high proof grain alcohol you can get your hands on.

There are even higher proof vodkas available that you may experiment with. Brands such as Smirnoff have even gone so far as to market higher proof versions of their vodka.

What Does Apple Pie Moonshine Taste Like?

  • In contrast to most recipes for apple pie moonshine, ours creates a smaller amount and uses predominantly apple cider rather than an equal blend of cider and apple juice.
  • As a result, it has a stronger apple flavor and is thicker in texture than usual.
  • Because of all of the spices we utilize, it has a flavor that is similar to apple pie in a glass.
  • Because we utilize Everclear, a little amount of vodka, and a small amount of spiced rum, it also carries a significant amount of alcohol.
  • Fortunately, the longer the apple pie moonshine is allowed to rest, the less alcohol it contains.
  • However, there is still a lot of booze available, so drink slowly and wisely.
  • This moonshine is delicious shortly after it is created, but it gets much better the longer it is allowed to sit in the bottle.
  • This apple moonshine should be made ahead of time and let to rest in the back of your refrigerator for at least 2 – 3 weeks before tasting it.
  • You will understand why it is such a popular holiday dish!
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How Long Does Flavored Moonshine Last?

It all depends on how you choose to preserve your apple pie moonshine, of course. Keeping it in an airtight container will allow it to survive 3 to 4 months in the back of your refrigerator. If you correctly seal your jars in your mason jars, they can survive for up to three years in storage. Moonshine jars that have been properly sealed do not need to be kept in the refrigerated until they are ready to be used. Some folks even keep their moonshine in the freezer to keep it fresh. There, it might endure for two to three years. As a result, I like to give away a few little mason jars of moonshine to neighbors and friends, so that the moonshine doesn’t survive more than a few months at my house!

If You Loved This Moonshine, Try These Drinks:

  • Apple Cider Sangria
  • Blackberry Prosecco Mojito
  • Strawberry Champagne Mojito

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Amanda Powell is a writer who lives in New York City. Apple pie moonshine that is both tasty and festive. Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 1 hour and 20 minutes 1 hour and 30 minutes is the total time. Drinks and Cuisine throughout the course of the day Servings in the United States a total of 128 14 cup servings 54 calories per kilocalorie

  • 1 gallon apple cider
  • 12 gallon apple juice
  • 2 cups brown sugar
  • 5 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 tablespoons apple pie spice
  • Optional: 2 tablespoons vanilla extract
  • 1 gallon apple cider
  • 1 gallon apple juice
  • 1 gall
    6 750 mL Everclear or high-proof vodka
  • 1 1 2 pints vodka high-proof or vanilla
  • 2 cups spiced rum
  • 1 pint vodka high-proof or vanilla
  • Cook over high heat until the apple cider, juice, sugar, cinnamon, and apple pie spice are bubbling vigorously
  • Remove from heat.
    Reduce the heat to a low setting and bring the mixture to a simmer. Simmer for one hour, stirring regularly
  • Remove from heat.
    Remove from heat and let aside to cool fully. If preferred, strain the cinnamon out of the mixture.
    Pour in the vanilla, Everclear, vodka, and rum, stirring constantly. To blend, stir the ingredients together.
    Fill the jars with your apple pie moonshine. If you aren’t going to seal it, put it at the back of your refrigerator.
    Enjoyable immediately, however it’s best if you wait a few weeks in the fridge.
  • Because of the potency of this apple pie moonshine, it is best consumed in tiny quantities or as shots rather than as a cocktail.
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Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe

The most recent update was made on November 4, 2021. Apple Pie Moonshine may be made by combining 8 cups of moonshine (120 proof) or vodka (80 proof), 3-4 cups of brown sugar, 10 cinnamon sticks, Apple pie spice, dried ginger, vanilla bean, and 1 apple in a large mixing bowl. While apple pie is a symbol of national pride and success in the United States, it is also one of the most popular kinds of moonshine available. There’s a valid explanation behind this. One of the nicest things about apple-flavored moonshine is that it can be enjoyed as a hot beverage during the winter months or as a pleasant summer drink over ice during the summer months.

In this recipe, we’ll show you step-by-step how to produce a great batch of apple pie moonshine, complete with pictures.

Two Types of Recipes

For those who want to brew apple pie-flavored moonshine, there are several recipes to choose from on the internet. This is why in this article, we’ll go over two distinct approaches to making delicious moonshine that you can try out for yourself. The first recipe that we’ll go through will take you less time to finish, but it will require you to do a little more preparation and follow a few more stages. The second recipe is extremely straightforward, but it will take you a little longer to finish than the first one. If you followed our walkthrough instruction on How To Make Moonshine, you will be able to use the moonshine you made for these two recipes. No matter whatever apple moonshine recipe you choose from this collection, you will wind up with a scrumptious batch of flavored firewater at the end of it. So, without further ado, let’s get down to business with this recipe!. If you require any of the materials or supplies specified in this recipe, please visit our distillation shop page to ensure that you are well supplied. With informative guidelines, delectable recipes, and high-quality distilling gear, we at Mile Hi Distilling enjoy assisting individuals who are enthusiastic about spirits in their endeavors. You may also check out our tour video of each of our stills to learn how they were created. Step-by-step navigation. To get directly to the step you wish to view, select one of the links below:

Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe (Quick Version)

In this version of the apple pie moonshine recipe, you employ a heating element to expedite the process of bringing out the tastes of the spices in the apple concentrate combination, resulting in a shorter cooking time. Although this is a more expedient method of generating a batch of apple pie moonshine, it also has a higher possibility of producing more bitter-tasting tastes than other methods. With this rapid procedure, you can still produce a high-quality batch of moonshine, but patience is a virtue that should not be underestimated. The one guideline that must be followed is that you must not add moonshine to your simmering batch while it is still on the stovetop or in the oven. There are two factors contributing to this. One is a matter of safety. Due to the flammability of moonshine, it should never be stored near a hot element. The second reason is more concerned with the flavor of your final product. When the temperature reaches 174 degrees, alcohol begins to evaporate. You’ll only get a lower-proof and more bitter-tasting Apple Pie Moonshine if you add the moonshine to the simmering/boiling apple concentrate combination while it’s still simmering or boiling.

Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe Step-by-Step Instructions (Quick Version)

The slow version of the apple pie moonshine recipe is the same as the quick version, with the exception of the heating element, which is repeated once more. For this recipe, you’ll combine all of the ingredients in a big pot, stir it thoroughly, cover it with a lid, and let it aside for 24 hours. Consequently, the cinnamon and other spices have a greater opportunity to combine with the apple concentrate and other tastes in the batch as a consequence of this method.

As a result, the flavor profile of your moonshine will be richer and more nuanced. For this more leisurely recipe, follow the instructions listed below.

Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe Ingredients (Slower Version)

  • You may use either moonshine (120 proof) or vodka (80 proof) if you want a less strong end result
  • 8 cups of sugar
    5 cans of apple juice concentrate
  • 3-4 cups brown sugar
  • 10 cinnamon sticks
  • Apple pie spice
  • Dried ginger
  • Vanilla bean
  • 1 apple
  • 5 cans of apple juice concentrate

Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe Step-by-Step Instructions (Slower Version)

  • That’s all there is to it!
  • If you followed either of the directions above, you should have a lovely batch of good ol’ apple pie moonshine on your hands right now.
  • After you have finished this recipe, make sure to put your jars in the refrigerator.
  • You may extend the shelf life of your moonshine by storing it in a cool location.
  • It will also improve the taste as well.
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  • We’re always adding new recipes to the site that we enjoy, and we want to inspire others to experiment with their own unique flavors of moonshine as well.

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Please let us know what you think of this dish by giving it a star rating or writing a comment in the section below. You may also share your own apple pie moonshine recipe with us if you have a unique twist on the classic. The most recent update was made on November 4, 2021.

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It’s like having a glass of fall in your hand! The perfect cocktail for a fall gathering, or simply to sip on a cool autumn evening. courtesy of: E is for Eat 7th of March, 2017 (updated)

Ingredients

  • 2-1/2 quarts of apple juice
  • 2-1/2 quarts of apple cider
  • 2-4 cinnamon sticks
  • 6 whole cloves
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 1 bottle (750 mL) of 100- to 150-proof alcohol, such as vodka or EverclearTM
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Steps

  • 1 In a large stockpot, combine the apple juice, cider, cinnamon sticks, cloves, and both sugars and bring to a boil. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Reduce the heat to a low simmer and cover. Cook for approximately one hour. Allow to cool fully
  • 2 Remove the cloves and cinnamon sticks from the mixture and whisk in the alcohol. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and/or an apple slice, whether served hot or cold. Refrigerate after opening.
    3 All trademarks and service marks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.

Nutrition Information

Nutritional Information: 80.3 calories, 0.1 grams of total fat, 0.1 grams of protein, 12.5 grams of total carbohydrates, 11.0 grams of sugar

Nutrition Facts

  • Sodium 1.
  • 5mg 0.
  • 1g total fat 0 percent sodium 0.
  • 1g Potassium 47.
  • 7 mg (zero percent) 40% Carbohydrates (total and dietary fiber combined) 12.
  • 5g 44% Sugars (total and dietary fiber combined) 11.
  • 0g 0.
  • 1 g of protein Vitamin C 3.
  • 10 percent 3 percent Vitamin C 3.
  • 10 percent 3 percent Calcium is 0.
  • 70 percent of the total.
  • Iron is 0.
  • 50 percent of the total.
Exchanges:

In this table, the percent daily values (%DV) are calculated on the basis of a 2,000 calorie diet.

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  • How about an apple pie in a Mason jar? Please accept my request. Oh, and there’s liquor in there, too? Please include me in this program! You can make a batch of this fall-flavored cocktail with only a few ingredients, including apple cider, apple juice, spices, and booze. Seriously, this incredible “moonshine” is the essence of autumn in a jar. (Don’t be concerned
  • This isn’t actual moonshine, and you aren’t breaking any laws by drinking it. If you aren’t going to use it straight away, put it in the refrigerator.
  • The trademarks and service marks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.

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Making homemade apple pie moonshine is a simple and straightforward process. In contrast to true moonshine, many DIY moonshine recipes are prepared from grain alcohol that can be purchased over the counter. Throughout the year, people drink this wonderful apple moonshine recipe, which they may make at any time of the year. It is my pleasure to inform you that A Farm Girl In The Making is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program that is linked to and supported by Amazon.com and other related sites. This enables us to earn a tiny amount of money from the things you purchase without charging you any additional fees. We are grateful to you for this! A little more than 5 years ago, homemade moonshine recipes were rapidly popular. What was it that made these alcoholic beverages so popular? It was not necessary for people to distill their own moonshine in order to make this alcoholic beverage. Purchasing high proof grain alcohol, such as one that is 190 proof, enabled you to get the same outcomes as if you had distilled your own. A variety of fruits, as well as a mix of fruits, herbs, and spices are used in the preparation of flavored homemade moonshines. Peach moonshine is yet another fantastic flavor to try out. Making this apple-based recipe throughout the fall and holiday seasons is a wonderful way to enjoy the fruits of the harvest season. A jar of handmade apple pie moonshine is an excellent Christmas present, as well as a tasty treat for holiday parties and a unique favor for other special occasions. Delicious dessert drinks, both fruit and berry flavored moonshines are a must-have in your repertoire.

However, I must warn you that because of the high alcohol level, these moonshine recipes are quite strong! In order to diminish the potency of any homemade moonshine, combine it with one of the following ingredients:

And don’t forget that this alcoholic beverage is an excellent bartering tool. Also, in the sake of all that is good and safe, remember to drink responsibly!

Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe

For this adult beverage, homemade apple juice concentrate and freshly squeezed apple cider are both wonderful choices to consider. 190 proof grain alcohol is necessary for this recipe due to the huge quantity of sugars asked for in it. Unless the alcohol proof of the apple pie moonshine is greater than 190, it must be kept refrigerated until it is ready to be served. If this is not done, the sugars in the beverage will cause it to mold.

Ingredients

  • 1 gallon organic apple juice
  • 1 gallon organic apple cider
  • 1 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups organic granulated sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups organic granulated sugar
    13 cinnamon sticks
  • 1.75 liters of 190 Proof Everclear or real moonshine
  • 13 cinnamon sticks

Equipment

  • Jar Funnel, Ladle, Large Stockpot, Wooden Spoon, 10 quart-size glass Mason jars with lids and rings, Large Stockpot

Instructions

  • Homemade apple pie moonshine is a delectable dessert drink that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
  • This moonshine recipe is suitable for consumption throughout the year, not only during the summer months.

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Printable Recipe Card – Apple Pie Moonshine Recipe

In order to make things easier, please use this printable recipe card for your reference! 15 minutes for preparation Preparation time: 15 minutes 4 hours are allotted for cooling. Time allotted: 4 hours and 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 gallon organic apple juice
  • 1 gallon organic apple cider
  • 1 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups organic Granulated Sugar
  • 13 cinnamon sticks
  • 1.75 liters 190 Proof Everclear, or authentic moonshine

Instructions

  • 13 quart size Mason jars with lids and rings
  • Jar Funnel
  • Ladle
  • Large Stockpot
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Make sure to let the moonshine sit for a minimum of 2 months before drinking it!
  • This allows the apple combination and grain alcohol to permeate into the grain alcohol.
  • In contrast, the longer an adult beverage is left to sit, the better it becomes!
  • Alternatively, pint-sized jars can be used for tiny portions.
  • Alternatively, 1/2 pint jars can be used for gifts.

Nutrition Information:

Per serving, there is 1 gram of sugar. 0 g of unsaturated fat

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Nutrition Facts (per serving)
215 Calories
0g Fat
13g Carbs
0g Protein
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Nutrition Facts
Servings: 12
Amount per serving
Calories 215
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g 0%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 5mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 13g 5%
Dietary Fiber 0g 1%
Total Sugars 11g
Protein 0g
Vitamin C 16mg 80%
Calcium 14mg 1%
Iron 0mg 1%
Potassium 56mg 1%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Nutrition information is generated using an ingredient database and should be regarded as an educated guess at this time. Prepare your own home-made Apple Pie Moonshine, which is a lot of fun to drink and is now easier than ever to make. This is a popular taste among today’s moonshine distillers, and following this basic formula allows you to tailor the flavor. The unaged whiskey, a well-stocked spice cabinet, some brown sugar and apple cider will allow you to produce your own unique version of the famous fall beverage in no time. A high-proof grain alcohol such as Everclear plus a splash of vodka were used to make homemade apple pie moonshine for many years. While that is an option, there is a plethora of well-crafted, legal moonshine available at your local liquor shop these days. It is ideal to start with a smoother base since it provides a better foundation for the sweetened and spiced apple cider, which results in a more delectable beverage. It is possible to get between 3 and 4 cups of moonshine from this recipe, depending on how well you combine the two liquids to your liking. Alternatively, you may split the mixture into two pint jars and store it in the refrigerator.

Once you’ve found your perfect blend, scale it up and produce a larger batch. It is a great handmade present because it can be consumed at any temperature and also serves as a delicious base for fall apple drinks.

Does Homemade Apple Pie Moonshine Need to Be Refrigerated?

Apple pie moonshine does not require refrigeration because it is considered a liqueur. Refrigerating it will lengthen the shelf life of the product, and chilling it will make it simpler to consume directly from the container. Homemade liqueurs can grow bad and have an unpleasant flavor, despite the fact that they contain a high percentage of alcohol. Because apple pie moonshine does not have the same shelf life as commercial liqueurs, it is preferable to consume it within a month or two of making it.

Tips

  • In this formula, a 750-milliliter bottle of unflavored moonshine provides slightly more than 3 cups, which is more than enough.
    When dividing the moonshine into smaller jars, insert a cinnamon stick in each jar before sealing them. It is not necessary to remove it since it will continue to impart taste to the moonshine as long as it is present.
    The apple cider reduces in volume as it warms, and the recipe makes enough to fill a quart jar completely, plus a little more for your tasting samples. For greater working space, combine the cider and moonshine in a big dish or jar first, then transfer the mixture to the final jars.
    There will be a small amount of sediment in the final moonshine as a result of the ground spices. As an alternative, line the strainer with cheesecloth or strain the mixture through cheesecloth once it has rested.

Recipe Variations

  • Make your own own spice blend by combining any or all of the ingredients. When it comes to spices, cinnamon is the most important, and it may even be used on its own
  • Substitute 4 to 6 allspice berries or 1/2 teaspoon of allspice for the nutmeg and cloves
  • As an alternative to moonshine, 2 cups 190-proof grain alcohol and 1 cup vodka can be used. Combine the two ingredients and then blend in the apple cider. To get a well-balanced taste, start with an equal amount of the homemade moonshine and cider. Depending on your preference, you may increase the amount of either component. Due to the greater alcohol level, the drink will naturally have more bite.

How Strong Is Apple Pie Moonshine?

Sweetened apple pie moonshine is a homemade alcohol produced from apple pie filling. When you dilute 100-proof moonshine with apple cider, the potency of the resulting drink is reduced to around 70 proof (35 percent ABV). Basically, it’s the same as flavored vodka, but it’s a lot stronger than your usual liqueur (40 proof). This is a good range for a drinking liquor that doesn’t burn too much when taken directly from the bottle. If you use a grain alcohol-vodka combination, the resulting “moonshine” will have an alcohol content of around 116 proof (58 percent ABV).

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Photography courtesy of Christine Han; food styling courtesy of Pearl Jones When the weather becomes cool in the fall, one of my favorite things about it is the warm beverages that accompany it. Mulled wine, spiced cider, and pumpkin lattes are just a few of the beverages I’ll cheerfully consume throughout the holiday season. I prefer to make large batches of cocktails that I can serve at holiday gatherings or, in the case of this moonshine, present as a gift to friends and family members. To be exact, I’m providing a recipe for homemade apple pie liquor today, which is extremely simple to prepare and has a delicious (and seasonal) flavor. It may be produced in big (or small) quantities and split among glass Mason jars, where it can be kept for up to one month in the refrigerator. It also makes for the ideal tasty present to give to someone special. I like to integrate a number of warm spices into my apple pie moonshine, like as cinnamon, nutmeg, and cardamom, that are commonly used during this time of year, into my recipe. During the time it is simmering on the burner, it releases the most beautiful aroma throughout the entire kitchen. Please keep in mind, however, that because it is created with 190-proof grain alcohol, it should only be used in moderation. Simply replace grain alcohol for standard vodka if you want to make a less strong version of this cocktail. For a festive holiday toast, apple pie moonshine is best served in 1-ounce servings, or blended with ginger ale or club soda for a sparkling drink. Spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, and cardamom are used to flavor this large-batch apple pie moonshine made in the traditional manner.

Ingredients

  • 4 cups apple cider or unfiltered apple juice
  • 4 cups apple juice
  • 1 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 5 cardamom pods
  • 2 star anise pods
  • 1 teaspoon whole cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 cup grain alcohol (190 proof)
  • 1/2 cup vodka
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 4 cups apple cider or unfiltered apple juice

Instructions

  1. Refrigerate for up to 1 month after preparation.
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