KINGS COUNTY DISTILLERY GUIDE TO URBAN MOONSHINING PDF
The book is a guide to America’s indigenous spirit—from the whiskey made by the otherwise known as moonshine, safely and deliciously (if not quite legally). Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining has ratings and 33 reviews. Mike said: A good read and particularly valuable for the historical ba. He’s got a new book out, The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey, which includes the story.
|Published (Last):||14 June 2012|
|PDF File Size:||16.26 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||9.85 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Great information on making your own Whiskey and very interesting back story on the history of moonshine on the east coast Which in itself has opened up a whole new world of whisky enjoyment. Oct 27, Lauren rated it it was amazing.
Facebook here Instagram here Twitter here ITunes here. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Definitely great that a small scale business can grow. Instead, this is really more of a memoir by the proprietors of Kings County Distillery, David Haskell and Colin Spoelman, a collection of stories and observations drawn from the journey of two men who made the transition from casual whiskey drinkers to the owners of the only The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: Kings County produces highly awarded, small-batch moonshine, bourbon and other whiskeys at the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Paymaster Building—where naval officers once picked up their paychecks.
It also has some nice tips for building a home bar, and fun cocktail recipes. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This ended up being a great little reference book about mostly American whiskey. Thomas rated it really liked it. There are suggestions for starting your own distillery, recipes for whiskey based cocktails and even diagrams of all the American distilleries and how they all fit together.
Dec 25, Documentally rated it really liked it. For a book I picked up at a Little Free Library, this was surprisingly really good.
Be warned, Haskell and Spoelman put American whiskey on a pedestal, prop Scotch up a little bit lower, and then make every effort to drag Vodka through the mud krban dirty it up like some sort of Victorian-era street urchin. There are other books better to learn how to distill spirits but this is a great book to build the mystique and encourage folks to break the law and become a moonshiner.
Mar 13, Chad Supp rated it really liked it. So the title and other sources led me to interest in this book. We got started making whiskey at home. It ends with some enticing recipes for various cocktails and whiskey drinks, though some are ridiculously complex and I doubt I’ll be making them any time soon cohnty much as I would enjoy trying to make my own absinthe, for example.
Mar 28, David rated it it was amazing.
A little one sided about whiskey, but urhan author admits his bias. Buy one for a whiskey loving friend. But if you want a good history of moonshining, the industry of booze, and the rise of craft distilling, this is a worthy read.
I Made Ambergris Ice Cream! For me it was a nice follow-up to the recent book “Drink More Whiskey! How to Make and Drink Whiskey Share this: Apr 20, Stephanie rated it it was amazing. From Medicine to Marinara Mental Floss: Jan 08, Dearwassily rated it liked it Shelves: Not a bad book. Mar yuide, W.
[PDF] The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey
So you can’t skip around effectively. Can not stress again the importance of Spoelman and Haskells book to clarify and allow transparency among the plethora of whiskey craft and larger scale.
If you’re even remotely curious as to how that amber moonshinung of the gods” is created, along with the many different characteristics it’s made up of, then this book is for you. Sweet Potato Casserole with Tuide with a greatly improved recipe!
Book | Kings County Distillery
I’m the first to say that if you like the taste of something, that I consider myself a whiskey drinker – and by no means a connoisseur. Now, co-founders Colin Spoelman and David Haskell have applied their knowledge, passion and precision to a new project: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And I think you will enjoy this book. There are those pretentious people who think that if you aren’t drinking Johnny Walker Blue, then you must be drinking tap water – and those people, I say, “Get a life”.
Instead, this is really more of a memoir by the proprietors of Kings County DistilleryDavid Haskell and Colin Spoelman, a collection of stories and observations drawn from the journey of two men who made the transition from casual whiskey drinkers to the owners of the only active distillery in Brooklyn. Illustrated and also containing 55 black and white photographs, it’s ideal for any enthusiast, historian or potential moonshiner.
One walks away from this engaging little work with a good sense of what whiskey is, who makes it, how it is made, and why that is important.