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WushuTiger
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2008
7641 posts

What color should moonshine burn?

Green means copper
Red means lead
Blue means methanol
Yellow, I guess?


redneck
New Orleans Saints Fan
Bay St. Louis
Member since Dec 2003
47188 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
not sure, why the frick are you lighting it on fire and not pouring it down your throat?


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ezride25
USA Fan
They call me ez
Member since Nov 2008
15714 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
blue


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milaneaux
Columbia Fan
Upper East Side
Member since Jan 2009
650 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
Yellow


Mitwebot
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2009
405 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
if its supposed to burn blue, and blue means methanol, then thats not moonshine. cause methanol will kill you if you drink it.


Icansee4miles
LSU Fan
Trolling the Tickfaw
Member since Jan 2007
16214 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
Any relatively pure booze (and a lot of other things) will burn blue. Someone must not have been paying attention in Chemistry last semester...


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MSTiger33
LSU Fan
New York City/Boston
Member since Oct 2007
10961 posts
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re: What color should moonshine burn?
LINK


Here you go.


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zmoney2613
LSU Fan
Eunice
Member since Jan 2008
3292 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
Never lit a shot of 151 for a flaming DP? That burns blue.


LSCATFAN
Kentucky Fan
Fishing on the river
Member since Jan 2009
451 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
clear


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PJinAtl
Auburn Fan
Atlanta
Member since Nov 2007
8063 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
In the words of Delta Moon

All whiskey ain't the same. Good moonshine burns with a clear blue flame.


Crawdaddy
LSU Fan
Slidell
Member since Sep 2006
12688 posts

re: What color should moonshine burn?
al long as it does not spark or pop when on fire, you should be good to go.


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