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  • toddk63
    or anyone else... In your book The Compleat Distiller you mention a Dr. Cone Method 2 for making a sugar wash. This states to use 400 g /l of sugar. Using
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      or anyone else...

      In your book "The Compleat Distiller" you mention a Dr. Cone Method 2
      for making a sugar wash. This states to use 400 g /l of sugar. Using
      the 17 g/l/% rule, that would be 23.5% alcohol! Don't most yeasts
      peter out at 18% (i.e. EC-1118)? Then why so much sugar?

      Thanks,

      Todd K.
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