• Next, line the crock with a layer of sugar and spread a layer of the mashed peaches on the sugar. I am definitely going to try your brandy recipe! I used Fleischman's active dry yeast that comes in a jar...the same stuff I use for bread making, but you can just get the dry packets used for baking if you don't need bulk yeast. You can refrigerate fully ripe peaches and they will keep for a few days. It sounds like it's coming along just fine! During the fermentation process, it’s a good idea to place the containers on trays in case your mixture overflows. • After 4 weeks, strain the liquid and pour into glass bottles and cover the bottles tightly. Is it possible to ferment the peach brandy without yeast. Well the wine is bottled and corked. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 09, 2017: I believe I got just over a gallon out of this recipe. After four weeks, strain the mixture and discard the peach pulp and pits. I am using a variation of the same recipe to make cherry brandy right now -just started the batch today. Im using a very large Steel/aluminum Pan.Like one used for boiling lobster. Butterfly Effect The Butterfly Effect is a refreshing orange summer cocktail made from gin, rum, peach brandy, orange juice and grenadine, and served over ice in a cocktail glass. Pour the brandy into bottles (I use whatever is handy from mason jars to old wine bottles).*. The photo I posted was taken with a telephoto lens. Peaches picked green will never ripen well. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. • Cover the jar with an airtight lid and store the jar at room temperature for a month. I didn't even realize you answered my questions. We gave peaches to the neighbors and our kids and the air conditioner repairman. I am making peach brandy for the first time, and wondered if its normal for it to be so cloudy )its been in the crock pot for a month and I've just bottled it today)? To get brandy, you would take the product you have created and distill it in a still. Since I leave the skins on, the pulp isn't that appealing for other food use. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 19, 2013: Deb Leone - I'm not sure if this would work with cranberries or not. It leaned a little more to the right. Choose from 30 drink recipes containing Peach Brandy. I wonder if you have used enough sugar and if you have stirred in the yeast and sugar well. Ladle peach brandy preserves into hot jars leaving 1/2″ of headspace. Answer: You need something non-porous that will not impart flavor to the brandy/wine. Add the peaches and sugar to a clean lidded glass jar. Tamera G - Yes, the peaches will float to the top when there is a lot of liquid. This recipe sounds great, it reminds me when I was little girl how my Great Grandmother use to make her peach brandy. But, what you didn't mention is rather or not more sugar, yeast and water can be used. Here are some of Stephanie's favorites. Will keep up to 6 months. When the peach preserves have become just a bit thicker than your desired consistency, add ½ cup brandy and stir. I have an Elberta peach tree and I think I will try your bandy recipe. Hi Stephanie! 4 lbs. How to Make Brandy. Well tomorrow, Thur 9/14 is the last day of the fourth week and the wine will be bottled. Recipe Notes. The finer the material you use to strain it, the more clear your brandy will be. It is illegal to make it at home in some states of the USA. Am just getting into wine making. it if I can wait that long .I was thinking that I had to cook it like shine. The wine is now ready, however, you should store the wine for 6 months to deepen the flavor. The liquid level should not have gone down very much. I very much need to know this because, from what I hear certain yeast leaves a funky taste, other a bad taste and some yeast leaves the brandy bland (no flavor, smell or taste). :). Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 12, 2014: Becky - The cloudiness is just bits of fruit suspended in the liquid and won't hurt anything, but it does look prettier if it's clear. The foreshots and the heads will comprise the first 30 ml per 1.5 liters of wine. Cover the bottles tightly and store in a cool, dar. Thanks. If all is well, you can tighten the lids. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 21, 2013: Suzanne - A two gallon crock will work just fine. Bloom in the spring! That's what we thought at least. I like the different aspects incorporated into it, the cute picture, the story about the fruitless tree, the success, the sharing of the fruit, the recipe. I love how you were able to craft your own recipe, and enjoy the presence of some furry friends. Perhaps if you put them through a grinder or chopped them first it would work better. Let me know how it works out for you if you try it. Question: How many cups of peaches go into a peach brandy? • Next, dissolve the yeast in a cup of warm water and pour into the crock. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 17, 2017: That's great, Ric! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 15, 2017: Good luck! After four weeks, strain the mixture and discard the peach pulp and pits. Thanks!!! Cute baby raccoon and lovely hub! Another way to know when the heads stop flowing is by the smell―though they don’t smell as strong as the foreshots, they are still strong and not as sweet as the next part of the distillate, the hearts. . The brandy will taste better if you let it sit for a few months. If you’re interested in making your own Brandy then check out the recipes we’ve posted below. Wash peaches well and cut each one into 4 or 5 pieces. Just add more peaches and sugar if you have extra room. Cristina Cakes from Virginia on May 20, 2019: I just bought a house with several peach and other fruit trees in the yard. A lot depends on how juicy or dry your peaches are. Use enough ripe peaches to layer with sugar so that the container is filled. Top it off with the brandy. Thanks! Good luck with the cranberries! The distillate will be clear and not milky. After we had our fill of peaches and cream, peach pie and peach shortcake, we made peach jam. This seemed like a good indication that the tree was never going to produce fruit. Answer: You can use them, but very ripe peaches are much better. I love fresh peaches so much I even have a tattoo of one! After a week, use a long-handled spoon and stir the mixture. Hi, sorry to be pedantic, but what you describe is a fermented peach juice, a "peach wine" if you will, but it is not brandy. Good luck with it! I already see lots of peaches growing! Peaches need to be fully ripe for making the brandy. • Wash the peaches thoroughly and cut into small slices. However, technically it is wine because it is not fortified with spirits. That November it did not bloom. Sadly, I'm in a bad time of year for most fruit, so I have to see what I can make. Basket of beautiful ripe peaches from our tree. So I bottled my brandy. It should be ok. Tamera from Georgia on September 20, 2017: I am currently in the fermentation process, should have one more week to go after this Saturday. It seems that raw cranberries might not release the juice that peaches do. Just wanted to let you know that I made this wine in OCT 2017 and just opened a bottle this past Sept 2018 and WOW is this stuff strong and packs a punch.. Q. it's a little to sweet for me but still very good. Ours didn't last long enough to worry about spoiling! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 29, 2014: Ginnie - I don't know about using plastic..it might affect the flavor. Just stir it occasionally. Seal securely and store in cool, dark place. Pour this liquid into wine bottles. When we bought our house with its very own peach tree, we immediately began looking forward to our very own juicy fruit. This recipe is adapted from food blog Serious Eat's DIY Peach Liqueur recipe. of peaches, you only added 1/2 gal. Keep crock or vessel covered with … Our site includes quite a bit of content, so if you're having an issue finding what you're looking for, go on ahead and use that search feature there! A peach that is ripened after picking will get softer and flavor might increase, but sugar content will not increase. :) Will let you know the outcome ....just have all the ingredients in the crock tonight so it will be a few weeks ... fingers crossed! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on October 19, 2013: Deb Leone - If you've already strained and bottled it, I don't think the consistency will change. Sure hope you get enough to try the Peach Brandy recipe ... it's luscious! Peaches should have creamy or yellow color under the blush to indicate ripeness. The recipe doesn't take that much. When left alone for a while, it will ferment and produce a peach flavored alcoholic liquid. The recipes for how to make the same have been highlighted here. I'm making your peach brandy and at six days it has a slight bitter taste is there something I can do to get rid of this. Well, I sent my question, but don't see it, so here goes again... Can this peach brandy, be made without using the yeast? Bird feeders and fallen seed will also attract them as will gardens with yummy fresh vegetables...I don't really know the answer, sorry! I loved the peachy scent and enjoyed having cut up peaches on my breakfast cereal or with sugar and cream for a desert. Also, what brand or yeast are you using? Answer: I usually store my peaches at room temperature, around 75°, but I don't think it would hurt to store them a little cooler or a little warmer. Don't try it at home. Thanks, Deb. If it begins to drip faster, the heat needs to be turned down. Make it for your special celebrations. However, 2 or 3 months should be fine. Try These 5 Alternatives. Our wines turned out very tasty with quite a kick!! ► Copper still► Dutch over/Pot (large enough to fit the sill in)► Glass containers► Glass jar, sealable. Maybe a minor question, but why do you recommend covering the blackberry brandy with plastic wrap but recommend a towel or plate for the peach brandy? I was thinking of using cheesecloth to strain the brandy. Sharing a little peach brandy is certainly good for the heart, and for one's mood. Also, distilling alcohol is illegal unless you have a fuel alcohol or a distilled spirit plant permit.It is now the perfect time to pick up some peaches and make some peach moonshine. It leaned to the right at a precarious angle, and it was lopsided. There were still more beautiful ripe peaches, so I decided to try my hand at making peach brandy. Amazingly, they were insect and disease-free even though we had not used any chemicals or pesticides on them. We're now looking forward to our second crop of peaches and hoping to make more of the luscious peach brandy. This will help in making the taste and texture, smoother. • Wash the peaches thoroughly and cut them into slices. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 15, 2016: Florence and Donna - good luck with it! The only thing was, the peach tree at our new house was ugly. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 30, 2014: Ginnie - I would avoid a plastic container because it could affect the taste. I had goggled another recipe also when I found your blog and I have a question.. would you take a look at this site?? My recipe does not call for lemon, so I don't know what recipe you are using. Bring to a boil, cover, and simmer until tender, approximately 10 … BkCreative from Brooklyn, New York City on April 16, 2011: Oooh love this and the photos! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 02, 2011: We were a little surprised to see them out during the daylight hours, but it was late afternoon or early morning when we would see them. Any ideas as to what may have gone wrong? Have to wait 8 weeks. Looking good. Strain out the fruit and bottle. I've not had a problem as the fermentation process was complete when I bottled. Thanks for the info! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 29, 2012: Wes Coon - I just just regular dry Fleishman's dry yeast for baking. Answer: I use a clean cotton cloth or cheesecloth to strain out the pits and pulp. Another good sign! I am "assuming" the brandy will really be Strong & Flavorful after sitting that long yes?? If you tasted the brew from the top and got a taste of the yeast without sugar, it could be a little bitter. I have only stirred once a week. It's your experiment! Collect this mixture and discard it because it is only a combination of different gases and cannot be consumed. However, the raccoons, however cute they are, do worry me a bit, since they are supposed to be nocturnal animals. Wash the outside of the peaches then remove the pits. I never saw her use yeast. about 12 of them and they keep multiplying. Enjoy! Do I need to worry about them spoiling, and then spoiling the whole batch? Brandy is a distilled spirit. Adrenaline Punch (Punch) Bacardi 151 Proof Rum, Gin, Hawaiian Fruit Punch, Peach Brandy… Summer time heralds a profusion of peaches, and their distinctive sweet taste and smell makes those summer months a real joy. A recipe for Peach Brandy Pound Cake with the classic texture of pound cake and flavored with peach brandy and dark rum. I suppose I will wait 2 more weeks as you suggest,right? You can adjust the size of the recipe to the size of your container. Although, I don't remember her ever using any yeast. 2 cups brandy; 2 to 4 ripe peaches; 1/2 to 3/4 cup granulated sugar; Wash and roughly chop the peaches, discarding the pits. According to Wikipedia, true brandy has an alcohol content of 30-60%. Shake the jar daily during this time but do not open it at any point. Pour sugar in bottom to a depth of one and a half inches. That’s this Peach Brandy … Yay - and rated way up! Many are going to pop in and say that this is wine and can only be brandy if you use a still. The amount of peaches will vary, depending on … Hi Christine, Thanks for reading my hub and taking the time to comment. Even so, it's pretty potent! Eventually, the peaches will sink to the bottom. 10 lbs. Here is a simple recipe for peach brandy that is sure to turn out well. Stir daily for 7 days. That is especially appreciated since I know that you are most likely on the road somewhere. October 9, 2014 posted in Recipes How to Make Peach Brandy Moonshine: Part 2. If you are going to pick the fruit and use it immediately, you will want it at the peak of ripeness and it should be slightly softened. Boil the syrup rapidly until the syrup reaches 110°C (230°F) on a sugar thermometer. It’s fine to leave stones in, but I usually take them out because it makes more room for the peaches in the container. It just takes a little longer to start fermenting. :) Here's how one would do it (if they had the proper permits): buy about a half of a bushel of peaches from a local farmers market, m… The next spring, the tree leafed out but never bloomed. Just a reminder: This info is for educational and entertainment purposes only. I love his expression! I'm sure there is a way to check the alcohol content, but I've never done it except to taste the brandy. However, the top peaches are floating. The recipe included here is called "Brandy" by those who make it. If so, that could also affect the flavor. hello, I tried your process. Containers should be washed well with hot, soapy water and rinsed well. There were still peaches on the tree! Here is a simple recipe for peach brandy that is sure to turn out well. When you strain your brandy, most of the sediment will be strained out. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 10, 2011: Hi Happypuppy, Those baby raccoons were adorable, especially the one I photographed sitting up in the tree top. Good luck with your peach brandy! When the copper tube on the still begins to turn hot, that is the time the alcohol will start to flow. If you have concerns about the safety of bottling, I would suggest that you cover the bottle tops with plastic wrap or put lids on loosely. Thank you so much for the online instructions!! Glass, ceramic, stoneware, enamelware or stainless steel work well. Stephanie, I have both blackberry and peach brandy(using your recipes) batches fermenting right now. Coarsely chop the peaches and combine with the remaining ingredients in a sous vide bag or Mason jar then seal and place in the water bath. • Stir the mixture till the sugar has completely dissolved. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on January 20, 2014: Hi Joyce - Thanks for stopping by again. Ric, if you are not sure the fermentation process is complete, it's best not to bottle with a tight lid. Question: What is best temperature to store peaches while fermenting? so I have been canning tons of peaches and have a few cans that did not seal do you think I could just put them in a biggest jar and sugar and yeast and that would be good?? But one way or another - I want peach brandy. Adding more water doesn't help. I've never tried watermelon wine -- I'll have to take a look at the recipe as we can get amazing watermelons where I live. I am just trying to be as precise as I possibly can because I don't want to ruin my peach brandy by mixing the wrong amount of ingredients. I'm sure that you can double or triple the recipe and still get good results, but I can't really give you precise measurements for what your end product will be. is that ok to use? Let it be undisturbed during this time. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 11, 2012: Hi Dave Hill - I'm so glad that your peach brandy is coming along so well. I do not have a crock, can I use a 5 gallon plastic bucket? Sounds like fun? You can also email me at jycbrnch@yahoo.com. What flavors have you made? I'm excited! It is exciting! • After this time has passed, the brandy is ready to be served. • As the process nears its end, you will almost always have to increase the temperature of the apparatus so that the same rate of flow is maintained―1 drop per 1-3 seconds. Here is the deal, I have a 10 gallon fermenter, a 7.5 gallon fermenter, a 3 gallon crock and a 2.5 gallon crock. When you add sugar to the peaches, it will release the juices. What would the results be if I was to use 1/2 the sugar it call for ? I'm so glad the recipe worked so well for you. The baby raccoon is so so adorable! Many people also prefer to have it poured over their ice cream, since it adds a little something extra to the taste. • Fill the Dutch oven with a few inches of water and place the still inside the oven. Use only fully ripened, unblemished fruit. • Slowly start heating the still on a strong flame and let it stay strong till the alcohol starts to drip from the spout. When my son and daughter in law moved into their home there was an espaliered peach tree - and those first fruits showing on the branches had me keeping a bag packed so as soon as they ripened I can get out there and eat peaches until I passed out. Thanks for sharing your recipe.. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 04, 2017: Ric, Ann-Marie and Beaudog: You all seem to have versions of the same question. This is my first time making brandy.. Really looking forward to the finished product.. Sounds good! Be sure the fermentation is finished before capping those bottles tightly! I just compost the strained out pulp. This is part 2 of our "how to make peach 'moonshine'" article. Keep the peels, but make sure to remove the pits. Will these top peaches spoil, potentially spoiling the whole batched? In July it lost all of its leaves and stood there naked for several months. • Let the crock sit for a week. This Peach Brandy Sauce is so perfect for summertime. Great Grandmother only used the peach peels to make her brandy, water and sugar. • Make sure that you have a permit before you make the brandy at home using the still method. According to your recipe, with 3 lbs. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. I would suggest that you just stir the floating peaches into the liquid and cover with plastic wrap. I have been making various forms of alcohol for quite a few years and i have a bit of advice for you if you so wish. Glad that it worked so well for you. So; my questions are 1) Can your recipe be doubled, tripled or more for my 7.5 gallon fermenter? Layer peaches with sugar in a large stone crock. Arrange peaches cut-side up in the prepared baking dish. I have his recipe and am going to attempt to make my own batch (finally) - He made Peach, Plum, and Black Cherry. ► Peach fruits, 3 quarts► Sugar, 4 pounds► Dry yeast, 6 tsp.► Water, 7 cups, ► Stone crock/Glass container► Masher► Tray► Plate► Spoon, long-handled► Strainer/Mesh cloth► Glass bottles. Finally, last April, our wacky tree decided to produce a profusion of flowers. Seal the Feb 8, 2017 - Homemade peach brandy is delicious and easy to make. Ireno Alcala from Bicol, Philippines on May 04, 2011: I've tasted a homemade peach brandy when I was in Peru during my voyage as seafarer. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. I did enjoy those taste tests! This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Therefore, I would like to triple of more your recipe. You should have about 300 ml of brandy for every 1.5 liters of wine that has been distilled. What Are the Best Ghee Substitute Options? If you have access to your own peaches, pick the fruit at the peak of its ripeness for jams, pies and, of course, peach brandy. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. It's hard to predict exactly as you will lose some as you strain it. I have several bottles that my father made back in 1976, yes, 1976 which is 43 years ago, still with the wax-seal in place. How do you think it would turn out ? It's superb and as far as I know, brandy is good for the heart. This may take about 10-15 minutes. Try Peach Brandy! Once the strong smell stops, you’ll know that the foreshots have been discarded. The mixture will bubble a little when you stir it, a sign that it's still fermenting. This crop of peaches is ripe for the picking. Yes, wait at least two more weeks (4 weeks total) for the fermentation to complete. Chop and measure out to 4 1/2 cups. Pour over the fruit. Six cups of water seem like a small amount. It might work without, just take longer to get going. Thanks. Cover the bottles tightly and store in a cool, dark place. Produce fruit in the summer! I am currently on week 2 of my peach brandy and i noticed the water level has gone down, can i add more water during this process or do i have to add more sugar and yeast as well? Of course, we did not get close to them. There are some recipes that call for the addition of brandy to the mixture. • The next liquid to flow out will be the heads. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on October 03, 2013: Momma try - It might work to use your canned peaches. My advice would be to stir the mixture well and leave it alone for another couple of weeks. To emphasize the point, we tied a rope to the tree, tied the other end to the jeep and pulled the peach tree upright. Some recipes don't even call for yeast. • Place the lid on the still and connect the tube from the lid to the condenser coil. Makes about 1 to 1 1/2 quarts. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 20, 2013: Thanks, Stephanie. Dissolve sugar in the vodka or brandy. sugar. Are you using active dry yeast or instant dry yeast? What a lovely dream and goal in life. https://tastykitchen.com/recipes/desserts/peach-brandy-peaches jar with lid., 20 peach pits and skins, 1 cup of sugar, 2 cups hot water, Four to Six months of patience. Is there anything more luscious than a juicy sweet tree-ripened peach? Place peaches, lemons and sugar in crock. What type of yeast did you use? Thanks in advance. Add the cooled sugar syrup, vodka, brandy, and food coloring. Cover and let sit in a cool dark place for 4 to 6 months. However, I do have more questions and in your instructions for your peach brandy you said that more peaches can be used if you like depending on the size of your crock. Enjoyed your hub! Note: The measurements in this recipe are approximate. I want to use the 7.5 gallon fermenter to make your recipe. I have heard to put raisons in a nylon stocking during the process. This mixture could be milky and won’t smell fruity like the hearts. The best advice is to make sure your garbage is in raccoon proof containers. Is this true? I have another peach brandy recipe and it calls for 2 gallons and 3 quarts of water and 10 pounds of sugar for a 5 gallon crock. • Ripe peaches that are firm should be left at room temperature for a day or two till they are soft before beginning the process. Add the remaining sugar to the poaching syrup and heat slowly until dissolved. Sounds delicious! • Put the peach slices into a container and using a masher, mash them into a paste. After a week, stir the mixture with a long-handled spoon, cover and let sit. PoliCommandments from DeKalb, IL on September 02, 2011: This is definitely cute. If you have a lot of peaches, you might try some plain peach and some with the grapes to see which you like better. I searched old recipe books as well as the internet and finally decided to create my own recipe using a combination of techniques I had read about. I have not tried any other fruit, but I imagine that the juicier fruits like plums and cherries might work better this way than apples. Taste great and the fermented peaches are great over ice cream, they pack a punch. Preparation. You can use plastic wrap to cover them. ► Peach fruits, 6► Sugar, granulated► Vodka, 750 ml, ► Masher► Large bowl► Strainer► Glass jar (with airtight lid)► Wine bottle. Before we get started, a little reminder: This info is for education only. Will the cloudiness clear, or do I need to do/add something to help? Enjoy! Even though peaches are a low pectin fruit, the homemade pectin in this For Cake: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. h It's natural for a sediment to form. Act like a normal peach tree or you’re firewood!”. I have followed your instructions but noticed that the sugar and yeast forming a sediment on the bottom, Is that normal? Wash and remove pits. Thanks for visiting my hub and for commenting! I think the recipe calling for all that water would be thin, but it might be fine. Layer peaches with sugar in a large stone crock. I totally agree with you. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 02, 2015: Bill -- another thought -- does your water have added chlorine or chemicals? I don't think it will hurt. Sign up to receive the latest and greatest articles from our site automatically each week (give or take)...right to your inbox. on May 04, 2011: Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on May 03, 2011: Baygirl33 - If you have to buy peaches, go to an orchard or farm stand as tree ripened peaches will have a higher sugar content. Will not open until Jan or Feb but I did keep a bottle to sip on......lol. We grow and can most of our food. And if re-romancing the summer with peach brandy is not the only thing that’s getting you excited, well, then maybe the fact that a light, fruity-flavored drink, that you made at home yourself will suffice to convince you. That’s it then, gear up to make some homemade peach brandy from scratch, with two of the simplest recipes. Stephanie, thank you so much for writing me back. 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