i use regular bread yeast on a 5g mash and it taks abot seven days on a pure sugar mash and experimenting hith adding nuterints to shortin and se if can getMessage 1 of 3 , Nov 30, 2006View Sourcei use regular bread yeast on a 5g mash and it taks abot seven days on a pure sugar mash and experimenting hith adding nuterints to shortin and se if can get better proof
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From: John Wheeler <riodutchie@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 8:26:29 AM
Subject: Re: [new_distillers] How long?
I haven't used rapid rise bread yeast before, I usually stick with white labs, but I would think that you'd be done in 1-2 weeks tops. Did you get a specific gravity reading for your mash? That might help in roughly determining the length of the fermentation period.
On 11/29/06, rocklandbum <rocklandbum@ yahoo.com> wrote:
Hey, I have had a mash fermenting for 2-3 days now that I added the
yeast in at the wrong time on. I just added the yeast now. It is rapid
rise bread machine yeast. How long until it is ready to distill? I
know that when it stops bubbling, it's done. But how long might that
be? anyone know?
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