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    was lucky enough to catch the distiller/chemist at a neutral spirit et al distillery in australia but in a different time zone,in south australia where there
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      was lucky enough to catch the distiller/chemist at a neutral spirit et al distillery in australia but in a different time zone,in south australia where there time zone is 1990 not 2000 and he said "shit i don't know"then he had a bit of a think and flicked through some sort of paperwork and then became a little more helpful avec the following 1. 30 to 50 a/v best
      2. carbon/alcohol affinity channels better at these a/v allowing more exposure to interface [i think he was talking about the s. g. differential==i.e. the "thicker" the better ==makes sense
      3. at the diluted ratio the "nasties" are also diluted [does that make them easier to catch ????]
      4.always use clean water to dilute as this lessens the load on the carbon
      5. high a/v could act as an aggressor to the carbon and cause "nasties" to be leached out the wrong way==carbon to alcohol


      6.high a/v could cause too many balls to be removed by carbon therefore working against the system and reducing the a/v perhaps quite significantly

      gaaaaaaawwwwdd !!!!!!!!!!!!!

      brian ==many regards to all
      wonder how much discount dino got for plugging ray's still [joke] ==just make good grog dino, but don't load it up with any hop bearing solutions==

      support your local home brew shop ,they can give you advice==will a supermarket ??????????
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