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  • Re: yeast

    If your mash starts fermenting before you pitch, you've made a sanitation mistake somewhere in your process. And while I agree that amateur moonshiners often

    AreoSpike 3 days ago
  • Re: yeast

    Here in the US they didn't start using packaged yeast until 1874.  With that said, many moonshines prefer natural yeast.  Some of my malt customers have

    last2blast 3 days ago
  • Re: yeast

    You have to count viable cells in order to know your pitch rate. There's no other way around it. You can guess by starting with new yeast, but about 50% of

    AreoSpike 3 days ago
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title="Tony Ackland's comprehensive website. The 'Bible' of hobby distilling."
target="_blank" href="http://homedistiller.org/legacy/"

title="Harry Jackson's website.
Many hard-to-find distilling references."
target="_blank" href="http://distillers.tastylime.net/library/">The Alcohol Library

target="_blank" href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/new_distillers/"
>New Distillers

The Yahoo Distillers Group

Welcome aboard, enjoy yourself.

The Distillers Group is for the advancement of knowledge pertaining to the hobby of home distillation of alcohol. Here we exchange cutting edge information and ideas relevant to the hobby. It is a 'given' that you are familiar with basic distilling. If you are a beginner, you are strongly advised to attend our Sister site, target="_blank" href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/new_distillers/"
>New Distillers

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  • 5132
  • Food and Drink
  • May 5, 1999
  • English

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