Is the mash dead from the mistake or will another type of yeast work off now? ________________________________ From: just me To:Jun 2, 2010 1 of 8View SourceIs the mash dead from the mistake or will another type of yeast work off now?
From: just me <hifa222@...>
Sent: Wed, June 2, 2010 2:49:15 PM
Subject: Re: [Distillers] New
hi royce. you only add sugar and water to turbos.it is a common mistake.i would advice that you use a different name and email in the future.welcome to the hobby.just meLife begins at 80. 1080 that is
I have read some of this info. I was looking for something simple like myself, however, I am finding out that it might not be as simple as it sounds.Jun 2, 2010 1 of 8View SourceI have read some of this info. I was looking for something simple like myself, however, I am finding out that it might not be as simple as it sounds. Earlier, I tried to use a recipe for cooking grains and didn't have much luck with that either. Not being a scientist, some of this stuff is hard to figure out. But I will plug away at it until it works. I don't want a sugar/water mash. Anyone can do that one. Thanks for the advice. If you have something simple, I would gladly listen to that also.
From: jamesonbeam1 <jamesonbeam1@...>
Sent: Wed, June 2, 2010 3:24:47 PM
Subject: [Distillers] Re: New
Nother note New,
If your trying to duplicate the famous UJSSM or Uncle Jesse simple sour mash method, you should also learn about the sour mashing part and use only 5 gallons of water per the recipe. See http://wiki. homedistiller. org/index. php/Uncle_ Jesse's_Simple_ Sour_Mash_ Method
--- In Distillers@yahoogro ups.com, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@ ...> wrote:
> Hello New,
> And welcome aboard. Since this is more of an advanced distillers group,
> you migh want to consider joining our sister group at
> http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/new_ distillers/
Why didn t you follow the standard turbo yeast recipe? - about 12lbs sugar for 5 gallons or about 17lbs for 7 gallons. What went wrong? Obviously not enoughJun 3, 2010 1 of 8View SourceWhy didn't you follow the standard turbo yeast recipe? - about 12lbs sugar for 5 gallons or about 17lbs for 7 gallons.
What went wrong? Obviously not enough sugar.
50%abv - normally after a single pot still run. Try a fractionating column next.
Cracked corn needs to be gelatinised and malted grain or enzymes added if you want to ferment it, otherwise it is only for flavour, as yeast can't ferment starch.
I suggest you read homedistiller.org or all the past messages - the more you read the more you know!
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Royce Thigpen <roycethigpen@...> wrote:
> New to group.Â I just made a batch of fuel containing 7#âs sugar, 7#âs cracked corn, 7 gal. water, and 1 packet of turbo yeast.Â Let set for 8 days.Â It worked some.Â Ran small amount in pot still and ended up with a little juice, 50% ABV.Â What went wrong?Â I know I did something wrong not sure what it was.Â Desolved sugar and all.