Millet sounds interesting
One resource for recipes like this might be these older distillation books on the internethttp://xnepali.net/kodo-and-and-distill ... pali-wine/
I suppose that Ian Smiley was talking about our local millet, I guess then all you need is the grain and the malt, I saw they had sprouted millet flour on Amazon so that might do the trick for a single grain millet whiskey or I guess a and b amylase would work as well.
Sounds like an interesting idea.
"Millet is a cereal grain that is very commonly used in home whiskey making, and is contended by many distillers to make the best whiskey of all the grains. Millet is a very soft grain compared to the other grains discussed above, and for that reason doesn’t require a full boil.
To mash millet, use millet meal and mash it by the same method described above for cereal grains, except that when the liquefied mash comes to boil, skip the 20 or 30-minute boil. The mash can then be cooled straight away to the conversion strike temperature and converted.
Another method is to bring the mash water to boil, turn the heat off, stir in the millet meal, and cool or force cool the mash to the conversion strike temperature. Then proceed as per the method for cereal grains."
Seems fairly straightforward
Cheap too if it were not for shippinghttp://www.mannaharvest.net/millet-orga ... lling.html