Corn to Moonshine

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Knightfreak2, May 24, 2018.

  1. Knightfreak2

    Knightfreak2 Space Hobo

    Recently I discovered that corn when placed in a keg created corn juice. While I understand this is just the case with all veggies, I (Being from the good ol Appalachian mountains) feel as if moonshine would be a good alternative.
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    • Multitudes

      Multitudes Tentacle Wrangler

      +1 I would support this.
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      • aedalke

        aedalke Void-Bound Voyager

        +1 I would too
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        • Lilliput

          Lilliput Supernova

          Moonshine would need a still, not a keg. :poke:

          Personally I'd prefer making cider to 'apple wine', myself.
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          • Knightfreak2

            Knightfreak2 Space Hobo

            That is true "apple wine" makes no sense xD. Adding a still would open the doors to a lot of things like vodka, brandys and other distilled beverages. Which would be pretty cool if you asked me.
            • Fuzzyman

              Fuzzyman Scruffy Nerf-Herder

              Not necessarily. One might make a simple play mechanic that if you put corn or apples into a keg you get juice and if you put the juice into a cask it gets distilled. Of course I would not be opposed to adding a juicer which would be faster than a keg or adding a still as opposed to using a cask and then still being able to age and process items. That said, I'm also not the one doing the programming
              • HansHohenheim

                HansHohenheim Void-Bound Voyager

                As a fellow Appalachian, I gotta say this sounds hilariously awesome.

                Side note, Pam should totally be a bootlegger/rum-runner.
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                • Fuzzyman

                  Fuzzyman Scruffy Nerf-Herder

                  Yeah, each time you get a heart point with her she sends you a letter asking for a couple bars of copper and at 10 she sends you the recipe for a still

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