Re: [Distillers] Q3. Yeast trick?
- Go5t a better idea...ferment a wash at 30c and tell me if it taste the same
as one fermented at 20c?
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From: "Bernard Morey" <bernardmorey@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2002 5:53 PM
Subject: RE: [Distillers] Q3. Yeast trick?
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> yeah i think i know the answer to this one mine never used to
> take very long at all. 5-7 days ...Think the issues is the
> fermenting temp is higher 25-30c and it finishes much quicker
> but the taste is shit house...since winter has come all the
> brew have been fermenting at 20-22c they take about 2 weeks
> and have come out brilliant!
Ambient temperature doesn't make any difference to the taste -- this is
just a plain sugar wash, after all. Since this will be pure ethanol for
later flavouring, wouldn't you carbon polish it as well?
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i use "black label" from G. Strand site. it works in 5 days max. the way i can tell is when bubbles stop coming out. it is pretty obvious. i estimate the wash having 12% or 14% because i can really taste the alcohol in it. the disadvantage is that it gives off a slight fruitty flavor. i mix it with juices and it does not matter anymore.
P.S. i can not do anything to make yeast to digest sugars faster ( some people try playing classical music to it and swear that it helps!)
I've noticed in the polls a few people are able to get their 7 day
turbo yeast to do it's business in 5 to 7 days. Most of us are
around 12 to 14 days or more. Those that are doing it
quick....what's the secret?
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