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    What kind of mash are you making? (fruit or grain--and what kind) Deb Brewer witchwriter@alltel.net ICQ #13688671 ************************************ Get
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      What kind of mash are you making? (fruit or grain--and what kind)

      Deb Brewer

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      -----Original Message-----
      From: John Fleming [mailto:fledo99@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2000 6:21 AM
      To: Distillers@onelist.com
      Subject: [Distillers] First tentative steps


      From: "John Fleming" <fledo99@...>

      Being the proud owner of a "Moonshine" still from NZ, I am preparing
      my first "mash" to see how things go. It is fermenting nicely as I
      write. Of course I followed the recipe on the "Turbo Yeast" pack
      which said to add 6 kg of sugar to 25 litres of water. My
      calculation shows that fermenting to a final strength of just over
      12%. I wondered why you don't go higher - after all some yeasts will
      exceed 17% and I've heard of 20% being achieved with care. Is there
      any reason for the conservatism?

      John Fleming


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