Crock-Pot Pineapple Moonshine

Another great “moonshine” recipe to make using pineapple juice.   Remember this is a strong alcoholic drink and you can use either Grain Alcohol (Everclear if it is sold in your area) or Vodka.

Crock-Pot Pineapple Moonshine

Crock-Pot Pineapple Moonshine


1 56 oz Can Pineapple Juice
2 Cups Sugar
3/4th liter Everclear Grain Alcohol or Vodka


  1. Add pineapple juice and sugar to crock-pot.
  2. Cook on LOW for 2 hours with lid slightly ajar.
  3. Allow mixture to cool completely before adding in Alcohol.
  4. Add in alcohol and mix well.
  5. Pour mixture into 4 Quart Canning Jars.
  6. Add lids and rings to jars.
  7. Store in a cool dry place.

Additional Moonshine Recipes:

Crock-Pot Apple Pie Moonshine

Crock-Pot Lemonade Moonshine

Crock-Pot Cherry Pie Moonshine

Crock-Pot Strawberry Rhubarb Moonshine

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    • Lady Katie says

      the alcohol will keep it “shelf stable”. I have some apple pie moonshine that is over 4 years old. Still good!

  1. Theresa says

    how long do you need to let it sit before consuming? I have made the Apple Pie one and that had to sit for a month. Please advise soonest as I would like to make this for a BBQ and need to know how much lead time I have.



    • Lady Katie says

      It is best to let it sit for 30 days. The alcohol will take on more of the pineapple flavor…but you can consume immediately if you like.

  2. Roxanne Hardaway says

    This is something that I am going to make, sounds good. Do you have a recipe or idea for blueberry? Thank you for your time.

    • Lady Katie says

      I have been thinking about a blueberry one. Will work on it directly. Just got 3 quart bags of fresh blueberries given to me last week.

  3. Pete says

    The recipe says to use four quart mason jars but I only filled three? I followed the directions exactly. Why is that?

  4. Butch Crizer says

    I made some pineapple moonshine and put chunks of pineapple in it.Will it be alright to leave them in it.

    • Lady Katie says

      Sometimes more liquid will evaporate during the crock-pot stage. You could add in a little more juice, or just remember that your Pineapple Moonshine might be a little stronger.

      • renee capps says

        I have some berrie mix that I did for a drink. Strawberries,blueberries,rasberries and blackberries.The recipe called for you to blend then strain. Was standing for hours doing this. I was not going to throw any of it away. I put it in freezer bags in the freezer to keep.The pineapple was so good I was wondering if you had a recipe that I could use this mix for? Not sure about how much suger and berrie mix to use in the crock pot. Would be wonderful if you had any ideas?

        • Lady Katie says

          If it is a pulp, I would add in either apple juice or pineapple juice then cook it in the crock-pot for the same time as the Pineapple Moonshine. Cool the mixture, add the liquor and put in jars with lids. It would come out like tropical drink!

  5. Traci says

    Can someone tell me what is the sediment at the bottom of my jars.. It appears as it is separating. Should I strain it, shake it up, or is it ruined? Thank you

  6. Michele says

    Wondering, when you put the liquid in the mason jars and close them up with the lids and rings. Do you have to have the lids seal the jars? Vacuum seal the jars.

    • Lady Katie says

      No you do not need to seal the jars or vacuum seal the lids. The alcohol will make the liquid shelf stable. Just twist a lid on and let it sit or drink immediately


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