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- 8 peaches
- 1 lemon
- 6 vanilla beans (halved & seeds scraped – use ALL parts).
- 4 cinnamon sticks
- 2 cups brown sugar
- 3 lbs white sugar
- 1 tsp cream of tarter
- Wash, pit, and puree the peaches (skin on)
- Squeeze lemon juice into the peaches
- Set this mixture aside.
- In large boiler, bring about 3/4 gallon water to a boil.
- Add vanilla, cinnamon, brown sugar, & white sugar.
- Stir mixture & simmer for 30 minutes.
- Remove from heat and stir in cream of tarter.
- Cover and let cool for 1 hr.
- Poor peach puree mixture into keg.
- Poor sugar mixture through sieve into keg.
- Force carbonate, cool & enjoy.
- 7 oz. Fresh Ginger Root
- 6 Tb. lemon juice
- 6 Tb. orange juice
- 1 c. sugar
- 3/4 c. honey
- Skin & chop up ginger root.
- Simmer ginger, juices, sugar, & honey in 1 gallon of water for 1 – 2 hrs. The longer you simmer, the stronger the ginger flavor.
- Remove from heat and strain. Compost the plant material.
- Add 2 gallons of water.
- Carbonate / Bottle / Keg your mix
- Age then enjoy.
- This mixture is also amazing if you add raspberry flavoring. I have tried frozen raspberries but it was too tart.
- 1 oz Sarsparilla root
- 1 oz Sassafras root bark
- 1 oz Cherry bark
- 1/2 oz Licorice root
- 1/2 tsp nutmeg
- 1/8 oz cinnamon
- 4 oz Raisins (chopped)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 3 c honey
- 1/2 c molasses
- 4 lb sugar
- 1 tsp wintergreen leaves
- 1 tbsp vanilla extract
- Mix all ingredients (except last 2) in a large boiler with 2 gallons water.
- Bring to a boil with constant stirring so sugars do not burn on bottom of pot.
- Lower temp and simmer mixture for approximately an hour.
- Strain and allow to cool to at least 100 deg then add vanilla extract.
- Pour in keg and add water to 5 gallons.
- Carbonate (I force carbonate as I don’t like any additional flavor caused by yeast).
ATTN: DO NOT MAKE THIS RECIPE. Sassafras root bark is a known carcinogen. This web site is for educational purposes only.