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ShipCompliant Cookbook 2014

ShipCompliant Cookbook 2014

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Published by bldruser
We come from many cities and towns across the U.S., but all of us at ShipCompliant are proud to now call Colorado home.

For our fourth annual company cookbook, we are delighted to share a little of our state with you through these hand-picked recipes that all have Colorado ties.
We come from many cities and towns across the U.S., but all of us at ShipCompliant are proud to now call Colorado home.

For our fourth annual company cookbook, we are delighted to share a little of our state with you through these hand-picked recipes that all have Colorado ties.

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Published by: bldruser on Dec 18, 2013
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- 1 gal. apple Juice
- 1 gal. apple cider
- 6 cinnamon sticks

Directions

Mix frst six ingredients and bring to a boil. Let boil for 20 min. Let sit

and cool with lid on pot, stirring frequently throughout.
Once cool, add up to 1L Everclear. Mix, drink, enjoy!

Optional: Add apple slices with the Everclear and allow to marinate
overnight.

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Sam Sexson

Software Quality Assurance Analyst
Sam’s apple pie moonshine will sure keep ya’ warm on snowy

nights! And if you fnd yourself lacking anything else to do while
visiting the Eastern Plains, crank up the fre, turn on your favorite

tunes and enjoy some apple pie moonshine by the moonlight.

- 2 c. sugar
- 1 ½ c. brown sugar
- 2 tbsp. apple pie spice
- 1L Everclear

Ingredients

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Sprinkle the pumpkin quarters with brown sugar and bake for 1 hour at 400°F to caramelize.
Add the amber LME and grains to 2.5 gallons of water at 155 °F.
Add 1 oz of hops at 30 minutes.
At 55 minutes, remove grains, add pumpkin, spices, vanilla, honey and 1 oz of hops. Remove from
heat at 60 minutes. Stir constantly while adding water up to 5 gallons. This will help aerate the
wort which should be cooled to to 70-75°F. Transfer to the primary fermentor.
Hold in primary fermentor for 8 days at 60-70°F, then strain and transfer to secondary
fermentor. Add the last ounce of hops and let sit in a cool, dry place to maintain a temperature
between 60 - 70°F for 14 days.
If bottling: Add priming sugar, bottle, then allow to carbonate for at least 14 days.
If kegging: Allow to carbonate for 3 to 4 days before enjoying!

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