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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moonshine

Moonshine was originally a slang term for high-proof distilled spirits usually produced illicitly, without government authorization. In recent years, however, moonshine has been legalized in various countries and has become a term of art . Legal in the United States since 2010, moonshine is defined as "clear, unaged ...

www.clawhammersupply.com/blogs/moonshine-still-blog/15278085-how-to-proof-moonshine

Sep 3, 2014 ... If the moonshine has large bubbles that disappear quickly it indicates that the moonshine has a high alcohol content, while smaller bubbles that disappear slower indicate lower alcohol content. Today we can proof moonshine easily and also with more precision by using a few simple tools. In this article we ...

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Dec 23, 2012 ... How to test proof moonshine alcohol by shaking it Prudential Texas Realty REALTOR®, Downtown Austin Real Estate and Live Work Real Estate Expert Perry Hender...

alcohol.stackexchange.com/questions/5198/whats-the-difference-between-vodka-and-moonshine

Jul 13, 2016 ... Corn "vodka" that comes out of the still at 96%ABV or higher, but doesn't touch oak is still Vodka, but technically could also be called "Moonshine". Whiskey can be called "bourbon" if it is made in the USA, from 51% corn. It has to come out of the still at no more than 160 proof/80%ABV and it goes into the ...

www.quora.com/How-is-200-proof-moonshine-made

There is no such thing as 200 proof moonshine. The strongest concentration you can make of ethanol by distillation is about 191 proof. Alcohol "likes" water, and at concentrations higher than 95.6%, it absorbs water from the air until the solution is 4.4% water. You can make a solution with less water, but ...

www.quora.com/What-is-190-proof-moonshine

What is 190 proof moonshine? Its 95% ethanol and roughly 5% water with some trace impurities. "Moonshine" usually means made illegally. 190 proof is about what you'd expect to come out of a column still - it strips out all the flavors and most of the water from your starting "beer". Large commercial vodka ...

www.complex.com/pop-culture/2013/04/10-things-every-guy-should-know-about-moonshine/what-type-of-alchochol-is-moonshine

Apr 25, 2013 ... After three to four days, the mash is transferred into the pot still. As the mash is heated, the vapor travels into the thump keg and rises again. The vapor is condensed into a liquid, and the moonshine comes out at 150 proof. We then add purified mountain water to reach our 100 proof corn whisky product." ...

learntomoonshine.com/proofing-your-moonshine-shake-test-gun-powder-test-hydrometer-test-explained

Nov 21, 2014 ... Proofing moonshine is an important part of the process of making it. There are several different methods used to proof moonshine In this article I'll discuss each method separately and you can decide which method you like the best.

www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2012/08/31/can_you_really_run_a_car_on_moonshine_fact_checking_the_new_movie_lawless_.html

Aug 31, 2012 ... Can cars really run on moonshine? Only if it's really strong stuff. To power a car, moonshine—in this case, illicit homemade whiskey—must have an extremely high alcohol content, at minimum 150 proof (or 75 percent alcohol by volume), or 190 proof for best results. During the Prohibition, moonshine could ...