if your mash is all fermented out 100% you should be getting around 1.5 liter @160 proof with the sugar alone not counting the grain i believe i get around aApr 25 1 of 9View Sourceif your mash is all fermented out 100% you should be getting around 1.5 liter @160 proof with the sugar alone not counting the grain i believe i get around a gallon @ 80 proof from my recipes using about 3-4 lb of grain and 5 lbs of sugarcheck to see if ur getting a full fermentare u doing any thing for starch conversion ?what grains r u using? barley, corn, wheat, rye, oats? only barley has the inzimes for starch conversionr u using 2 row or 6 row barley? 6 row is way better, more inzimes..ben
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Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2013 07:31:06 -0700
Subject: Re: [new_distillers] Confuzzled
Don't use distilled water, use spring water and use bakers yeast along with the brewers yeast.On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 12:48 PM, cnapier@... <cnapier@...> wrote:
I've run multiple sessions of shine.
I like very much the flavor of my shine.
4 inches of all grain...corn, barley, maple mix.
5 pounds white sugar.
5 gallons distilled water.
2 teaspoons dady brewers yeast.
Water temp 70 degrees
All in glass carboy
Wait til yeast is finished.
Distilled in pot still.
Double barreled condenser.
Done on hot plate.....plenty of heat.
Lucky to get 40 oz on stripping run.
Run again....less than a quart of 160 proof.
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