RE: [Distillers] sugar & water brew is SWEET
1) the wash can still be a little sweet after fermentation has completed,
its more a matter of "how sweet". Whats of more use is to measure the
change in specific gravity (SG) of the wash, so that you can actually track
exactly how much of the sugar has converted, and how much is left. Do you
have & use a beer hydrometer ?
2) nutrients you'll find more likely at beer-making or wine-making homebrew
shops. They also sell the hydrometers you'll need for (1)