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Answered: Moonshine

I like the Swedish method of infusion. Basically, you add fruits or berries or herbs to the liquid and store for 6 months to a year, then strain it. The liquor takes on the flavor of whatever it has been infused with.

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Answered: Copper metal horses, 1950's. I want to know where ...

should get new and you may buy it from ebay.

Answered: Scrap copper

call your local metal broker, the price changes daily. It's worth a trip to prison, If you can't substantiate origin.

Answered: Where can i buy moonshine

You should be aware of the fact that much moonshine contains unacceptably high levels of lead: http://www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/InTheNews/Etc/1056399981.html

Answered: I have a full set of copper pots never used just wondering if they are

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Copper prices by pounds

Copper normally costs anywhere between $1-$3 per pound.

Cleaning Copper

Copper reacted to the dishwashing liquid. It might be corrosive.

What steps are necessary to fix a leaking copper ...

Leaks in leaking copper can usually be repaired by sawing the pipe directly at the point of the leak. You can also solder it. Light a BernzOmatic torch with a striker and start heating the joint.

Selling copper buckets

Yeah, try the local scrap yard or metal shops in your area. The price of the copper would depend on its weight and quality.