Re: [Distillers] Re: Fermentation problem
- thick gooey wash is a beginning symptom. blackish brown spots floating on the top is usually what follows.
hermit720022002 <hermit720022002@...> wrote:--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "pthoma_nz" <pthoma_nz@y...>
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "hermit720022002"No, this wasn't my first wash. I used to do it before. I have a long
> <hermit720022002@y...> wrote:
> My main problem: What's going on, or what to do if the
> > wash transforms to glue?
> Is this your first wash? Have you seen the processes the wash goes
> through before? Are you holding temps stabile ? What was start
> temp/temp now? Give some more info......
experience with fruit washes. Normally a sugar wash remains thin
while bubbling. Temp is stable since start between +/- 2 centigrade.
What are the symptoms of bacteria infection?
Thank you all for help.
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