Apple Pie Moonshine

Stephanie Burns Recipe

By Stephanie Burns s365b

A friend gave this recipe to me a few years ago. I have made it every fall since. Everyone loves it!


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Ingredients

1 c
white sugar
1 c
brown sugar
6 stick
cinnamon
750 ml
moonshine or everclear
1/2 gal
apple juice
1 gal
apple cider
enough mason jars for approx. 2 gallons
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Start with a stockpot large enough to accommodate approximately two gallons of Apple Pie Moonshine.
2
Add 1/2 gallon of apple juice and one gallon of apple cider to your stockpot over medium heat.
3
As the mixture begins to warm, add the white sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon sticks.
4
Bring the stockpot to a boil, stirring the mixture to ensure that the sugar is fully dissolved.
5
Cool the Apple Pie drink to room temperature.
6
Add 750 ml or moonshine or grain alcohol such as Everclear.
7
Pour the Apple Pie Moonshine into mason jars with lids.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Hashtag: #moonshine
  • Comments

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    Louise Sherwood weezie19470 - Sep 4, 2011
    This was great, i only put in a half bottle of clearever, because didnt know how strong it was. everyone loved it. thank u
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    Cristy Guevara ljsmom - Oct 17, 2011
    How long should they be in the jars before it can be opened? I want to give this as a gift and I need to make sure I have enough time to make it. Thank you
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    Louise Sherwood weezie19470 - Oct 17, 2011
    I THINK THAT YOU CAN DRINK IT RIGHT AWAY Its not my recipe, i did make it i used 1/2 bottle of the clearever, and it came out good, we are seniors, and didnt want it to hit them to bad. lol have fun making it. Louise
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    Cristy Guevara ljsmom - Oct 22, 2011
    Thanks! I am in the process of making it now. I have read other recipes and they always say it has to be sealed for at least 30 days or so but I think they were mostly homemade wine recipes so maybe that is why you need to let them set for so long. Thanks again!
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    S I SyiLuvsPastries - Nov 5, 2011
    @ Cristy....I've made this numerous times, and you can drink it right away if you want. I've just found that the longer it sits, the better the flavor and potency.