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50008

Re: True proof calculator

Thank you for trying out my calculator and giving feedback. I am sure that the proof goes down with higher temperatures. Also thank you to the link of the TTB
maxoppedahl
Apr 11
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50007

Re: True proof calculator

I did not make those kind of calculations. The numbers come straight from the table the government provides us with. The calculations are interpolation of 3
maxoppedahl
Apr 11
#50007
 
50006

Re: True proof calculator

not true, as the temp goes UP, the proof goes down. http://www.ttb.gov/foia/Gauging_Manual_Tables/Table_1.pdf
edbar44
Apr 10
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50005

Re: Column Packing

Thanks Dale, So, also not needed if using a condenser coil? Does it direct what it helps to condense onto the walls of the column? Are several in place or
sheltonus
Apr 10
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50004

Re: Column Packing

Saddle backs are little saddle shaped copper pieces that are at the top of the column. If you're using copper mesh, you'll probably not need the saddle backs.
Dale Brinley
Apr 9
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50003

Re: True proof calculator

I would question his calculations because his proof goes down with higher temps, but my hydrometer instructions chart shows increase proof with warmer temps. 
RLB
Apr 9
#50003
 
50002

Re: Column Packing

Dale, What's a Copper Saddle Back? On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 7:32 AM, Dale Brinley dalebrinley@...
Marc Shelton
Apr 9
#50002
 
50001

True proof calculator

My professor and I made a true proof calculator using the TTB table 1 with excel. I was looking for feedback on how well it works.
maxoppedahl
Apr 9
#50001
 
50000

Re: [Distillers] Bacardi creates Tang the world’s first ‘tea spi

Agreed - EXCEPT it is named after the Chinese "Tang Dynasty", not the marvelously delicious orange flavored space drink. HAHAHA! (I haven't had Tang Orange
Charles
Apr 9
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49999

Infusing Green Tea in Alcohol

http://www.myjapanesegreentea.com/infusing-green-tea-in-alcohol
Walter Jacobson
Apr 1
#49999
 
49998

Charbay Green Tea Flavored Vodka

http://www.charbay.com/prod-358455/Green-Tea-Flavored-Vodka.html
Walter Jacobson
Apr 1
#49998
 
49997

Suntory green tea liquor ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

http://www.japantoday.com/category/food/view/suntory-green-tea-liquor
Walter Jacobson
Apr 1
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49996

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wo

Tea leaves have no sugars according to fact sheets. Black tea due to natural (bacterial?) spoilage has more accessible caffeine than green tea. cha - tea in
waljaco
Apr 1
#49996
 
49995

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wor

According to Wiki:  "Sucrose gets broken down into fructose and glucose" with yeast and bacteria, but does that really mean that it has no sugar?  My bet is
RLB
Mar 31
#49995
 
49994

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wor

Sugar is added in making kombucha - wild yeasts, bacteria are active and there is also a vinegar "mother" involved. I suspect the tea leaves are a botanical
waljaco
Mar 31
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