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26478RE: [Distillers] beer finnings

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  • Robert N
    Jan 1, 2005
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      Whilst I agree with Levi here about it not being that important, I find that
      if I let the wash stand for a couple of weeks with the airlock in place, the
      yeast will settle to the bottom. I find that if I get too much yeast into
      the boiler it stinks up the neighbourhood. I have tried all the various
      methods to drop the yeast out of suspension but nothing beats time. If you
      are in a hurry to knock down the yeast, place the fermenter into a fridge
      over night. Another thing you should do is double distil, you will find this
      most beneficial in obtaining a pure vodka from a sugar wash.

      Yours in Spirit



      From: Levi Langershank [mailto:unit_77@...]
      Sent: Sunday, 2 January 2005 3:29 AM
      To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: RE: [Distillers] beer finnings

      The easiest and cheapest way is to set it aside and forget about it for a
      week or so...works for me,but the only time I ever let a wash clear is when
      I dont have time to strip it right away....clearing isnt that
      important..IMPO...good luck...:>)

      >From: "bubble777fckr" <dr.ashmore@...>

      >Subject: [Distillers] beer finnings

      >also what is the best/easiest/cheapest way of clearing a wash once it
      >has fermented..


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