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Re: [Distillers] mashing

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  • donald holcombe
    The alpha I use is also refered to as glucoamylase. It is derived from funguys. Why are you using beta-glactosidase ?Wont it turn your yeast blue or green.?
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      The alpha I use is also refered to as glucoamylase. It is derived from funguys. Why are you using beta-glactosidase ?Wont it turn your yeast blue or green.? Irish whiskey?

      donald holcombe <blackledge_02@...> wrote: I beleive it to be a simple alpha powder.

      pieter post <pieterpost_pieterpost@...> wrote: that is good news, thx for sharing that. Just wondering which amylase you
      use? A mix of alpha and beta I presume? Do you also add glucoamylase or
      something similar?
      I recently obtained some beta-galctosidase (brewers sample) and am planning
      to add some of that as well.
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