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    By changing the pH of the low wines from acid to basic you ll stop (actually reverse the process - thus you ll get a miniscule amount extra ethanol) the
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      By changing the pH of the low wines from acid to basic you'll stop (actually reverse the process - thus you'll get a miniscule amount extra ethanol) the continuous formation of ethyl acetate. This in turn reduces the time you'll be collecting ethyl acetate tainted spirits from your still.

      Slainte, Riku

      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "eric_yendall" <eric_yendall@...> wrote:
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      > Riku
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      > Could you elaborate on the "pH trick". By this, do you mean the addition of bicarb to the spirit run? How does this change the heads collection (flushing)? Thanks.
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      > Eric
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