44446Re: Sour mash - non corn recipe?
- Feb 3, 2009The foaming was indeed not an issue and I did the strip run at 3kW.
I'll comment on the quality once I have done the second run for
collected low wines.
Speaking of wheat flour mashes, found 2 gallon jars full of that
stuff with oakchips. I think it's time to dilute some and start
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "abbababbaccc" <abbababbaccc@...>
> I'll have to see how much mash and backset I end up with. About one
> third sounds good to me. Cornfeed had to be ordered (which I did as
> do like bourbon) so I ended up raiding the supermarket for some
> grains. The mashbill became:
> 3kg precooked barley
> 0.6 kg rolled rye
> 3.6 kg sugar
> Filled it up to 30 liters and pitched two packages of bakers yeast.
> This is mimicking the UJSM recipe with a scotch tune.
> I found an electric blanket that's wrapped around the mash tun so
> temperature shouldn't be an issue anymore. We'll see how it turns
> out. I expect little to no foaming during distilation as all the
> grains are gelatinized. When I did wheat flour mash with cooking
> method the foaming was nonexistant - I was able to strip at 3kW. I
> hope this to be the same.
> Slainte, Riku
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