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48605Re: [Distillers] Re: mash question

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  • Adam Fordham
    Dec 2, 2012

      Thats true. But you put a mash in the freezer most If not all of the nastys won't grow and the yeast will go dormant or die off.

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      From: Eddie Hoskin <eddie_hoskin@...>;
      To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com <Distillers@yahoogroups.com>;
      Subject: Re: [Distillers] Re: mash question
      Sent: Sat, Dec 1, 2012 9:40:59 PM

      FYI, you won't be able to concentrate above ~ 20% this way--at concentrations above 20%, the liquid won't freeze.  You'll have lowered the freezing point so far that your freeze can't freeze it any more.


      From: last2blast <last2blast@...>
      To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, December 1, 2012 9:55 AM
      Subject: [Distillers] Re: mash question

      I was concerned about this myself, so my first test, sugar wash, gallon is being turned into Sugar Jack. Rather, it is in the process of becoming Sugar Jack. My original 1.2 gallon test batch has been reduced to 2 quarts.

      My wash was divided into to 2 plastic container with narrow necks, and every two hours I would pour the liquid into another container and hold it over the funnel until it stopped dripping. That container was placed in the freezer and the first container was cleared of ice. If my wash started out at 10% abv then it is 20% currently. I am trying to reduce my wash down to around 15 to 20 oz., and it should give me a wash in the neighborhood of 80% abv. No, I am not going to drink it because it is full of nasty stuff like Methanol and yeast.

      What I am trying to achieve is a way to store my wash until it can be properly processed. I have never tried this before, so 80% abv may not be possible, but it will be fun to try. I am hoping nothing can survived in 60% to 80% abv wash.

      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Byron" <odiekokee@...> wrote:
      > My apology for a overly simple question:
      > With a simple mash, is there any harm to leaving it to sit anywhere from a day to a month past the end of bubbling from the check? I know the yeast is done and dead, just wanting to make sure it won't cause trouble before i leave it to sit till I have time to finish the process.
      > Much obliged,
      > Me.

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