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Wineo's Apple Pie

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Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby punkin » Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:46 am

Couldn't find this here when i looked for it for the neighbour, so i copied it.

A well and truely proven favourite from Wineo :8) :8) :8)


Heres my basic apple pie recipe.
Granny smith,and any red apples
1/4 cup of raisins
1/4 cup dark brown sugar
2-3 cinnimin sticks
Any 80-100 proof neutral,or corn hearts
Cut up apples into wedges leaving out the core and seeds
Put raisins,and sugar in jar
Put equal amounts of both kinds of apples in quart jars.{fill them up}
Add cinnimin sticks
Fill jars with booze,close,and shake daily.
After 4 days remove the cinnimin sticks.
It will be ready to drink in a week or so,but leaving it for more than a month will make it much better.Some people add a 1/2 cup of sugar,but I like it not as sweet.
If you make this,make a few jars,because it goes fast.
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby grunger » Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:52 am

Punkin are you using 1L jars?
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby punkin » Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:21 am

4l (gallon) square cookie jars, don't remember if i quadrupled the recipe or not...haven't made any for a year or so :wink:
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby Mud » Fri Jun 25, 2010 12:28 pm

Good call, Punkin. Without checking my notes I believe that is a quart (1L) recipe. Seems like that's what I made last time. If not you can always more booze liquor. ineo
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby lateralus » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:24 pm

It has only been 5 days but I am loving this recipe and more importantly, so does the Mrs. We have been doing some Quality Assurance. :D

I do have one (perhaps dumb) question. Can the cinnamon sticks be reused or are they pretty much spent after the 4 days?
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby jaerp » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:56 pm

in general cinnamon sticks aren't used up quickly. pull them out, rinse the, and dry them out. cinnamon isn't as insane as cloves or other spices, but i find it to be better lived than say oak. obviously younger sticks will be stronger, so keep that in mind.
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby lateralus » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:59 pm

Thanks jaerp! :)
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby Izzy_Britton » Sun Oct 17, 2010 3:12 pm

maybe i did something wrong. I started a batch of this stuff last night. doubled the recipe for a 1/2 gallon mason jar. used granny smith green apples and red delicious apples, pitted and cubed, left skins on.

The apples turned brown this morning. they look like they are bruised. is this normal?
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby punkin » Sun Oct 17, 2010 3:32 pm

Yep.

Wait till you do green Walnuts, they go black and furry after 12 months :roflmao: :roflmao:
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby Al Qaemist » Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:27 pm

Passed round a bottle of this that was a month aged in the jar at a family BBQ at the weekend, went down a treat. Everybody was back for more!!
Cut the sugar back as suggested, and I cut the 93ABV spirit down to 50% using some still Cider which adds even more apple boozyness. Lovely stuff.


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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby SuburbanStiller » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:00 am

This sounds delicious. Gotta make some, the missus will love it!

If you want to age this, do you leave the apples in the whole time? Let's say I wanted to make some now for next winter..

What other fruits does this work with? Pears come to mind. Anything exotic like mango or papaya or kiwi?
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby grunger » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:48 am

I thiefed a batch that has been sitting for a year with cinnamon (2sticks) and is now going to bottling for next year. Amazing stuff
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby Al Qaemist » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:23 pm

I tried making a rhubarb crumble version, with the spring stalks of rhubarb from the garden. Has some potential, but was a bit on the sweet side so didn’t get a second opinion from anyone.
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Re: Wineo's Apple Pie

Postby punkin » Sat Jun 11, 2011 8:41 pm

don't use mango, you'll never filter it.

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Apple Pie- Carolina version

Postby eddieb » Fri Feb 24, 2012 10:55 am

Here is my version of apple pie.

1 gallon of apple juice
1 gallon apple cider. I prefer the cloudy murky kind.
3-4 cans of apple pie filling
1 bottle of cinnamon sticks
2 cups sugar (to taste)
750ml to 2 quarts of 190 proof neutral, depending on your preference. Other types of likker can be used, just compensate according to proof and personal taste preference. Folk around here like it to burn a little when they hit it.

Put cider, juice, cinnamon sticks and sugar in a pot and boil to disolve sugar and get the cinnamon taste. Let it simmer a while.
Let it cool and add the likker.
Jar it up and leave some room for the apple pie filling (slices of cooked apples) and cinnamon sticks. Let it sit in the fridge a few days.
Caution: Same as Peach Pie..people will drink it like Koolaid, so be careful. Don't forget the to eat the apples.
MMMMmmmm good.
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