25395Re: [Distillers] Re: Bakers yeast etc
- Dec 1, 2004Adam, in my experience bakers yeast, given about 2~3 weeks, does settle down.
ajdonnison <adam@...> wrote:
In my research on bakers yeast (I run fermentation, beer and wine
courses), I've found that it works alright up to around 12% abv, and
other than the different taste, the only problem is that it doesn't
flocculate (collect together) and tends to remain in suspension
causing cloudiness. Not a problem for distillers, but beer and wine
makers only use it as a last resort.
The tastes provided by the yeast will also depend upon the
fermentation speed and the time left on the lees. But then again
taste is a very personal thing and I wouldn't want to suggest to
someone what they should or shouldn't use based on taste.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, suitcase1499@a... wrote:
> I sometimes use turbo yeast but mostly use bakers yeast and i am
> oppisite, i find the taste is better using bakers yeast maybe it's
> the lower abv wash I really don't know. I guess everyone has
different taste if
> not we'd all be drinking one kind of liquor and or beer. (I like Bud
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