Re: first time rum wash question
- --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "morganfield1" <morganfield1@...>
> Hi Angelo,
> Another thing no one has mentioned (or I didn't catch it), when
> boil the wash (or water for the wash), any oxigen in the wash isthe
> evaporated out. This must be aerated for a good yeast "bloom". If
> water for the wash is taken straight from the tap, it is aeratedto a
> certain extent (you can get away with it sometimes). Chlorinatedwater
> is a whole nother story, must be boiled to evaporate the chlorine,and
> then aerated prior to yeast innoculation. HTHjust a quick note if you hold your finger over the spiget and force
> Tip one, Morgan
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "advorak8" <angelo@> wrote:
> > Guys,
> > Thank you for the info. I appreciate the insights.
the water to splash into the ferment bucket you will remove the
chlorine as well as aerate the water have never had a problem yet .