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    "'Shine" Mashbills

    I found these interesting (not that I know what to do with them). But I kinda/sorta understand what their talking about anymore.
    http://www.homedistiller.org/
    Look under 'Preparing Wash', then 'Grain', then 'Jack Daniel's Black Label Recipe', and scroll.
    Tim

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    Re: "'Shine" Mashbills

    Quote Originally Posted by TNbourbon View Post
    I found these interesting (not that I know what to do with them). But I kinda/sorta understand what their talking about anymore.
    http://www.homedistiller.org/
    Look under 'Preparing Wash', then 'Grain', then 'Jack Daniel's Black Label Recipe', and scroll.
    The "Jeff" who wrote on that page is me. I wrote it on the now-defunct Distilled Beverage Digest that I managed, and Tony posted it on his site. (I note that he still has a link to the DBD.)

    That was some years ago, and I have learned more since then, but I think it was pretty accurate.

    Jeff
    "One never knows, do one?" Fats Waller, American Musician, 1904-1943

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    Re: "'Shine" Mashbills

    Pretty much accurate except for the maple syrup part, unless you meant that as a direction to folks attempting to duplicate the taste at home. Actual Jack Daniel's does not contain any maple syrup.

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    Re: "'Shine" Mashbills

    Quote Originally Posted by cowdery View Post
    Pretty much accurate except for the maple syrup part, unless you meant that as a direction to folks attempting to duplicate the taste at home. Actual Jack Daniel's does not contain any maple syrup.
    Well, I didn't write that part, only the parts with my name on it.

    Jeff
    "One never knows, do one?" Fats Waller, American Musician, 1904-1943

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    Re: "'Shine" Mashbills

    Jeff, I especially enjoy your method of 'malting' corn -- especially, the 'remove corn and WASH...'
    Tim

 

 

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