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  • Hi guys, I was about to put on a couple of MUM washes and was after some feedback as to how this wash turned out. I like the sound of leaving out the plant food... Any feedback on fermentation, clearing, taste etc.... Many Thanks Mark --- In Distillers@^$1, "rye_junkie1" wrote: Posted this to new_distiller but I think the discussion really belongs to this forum: > Mason, based on...
    bordermeister Jun 23, 2009
  • ...grasshopper", but that's just my weirdness) > > I hope this helps. > > > Zymurgy Bob, a simple potstiller > > To: Distillers@^$2 > From: bordermeister@^$3.. > Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2008 14:32:21 +0000 > Subject: [Distillers] Harry (and others)- what is your current malt whisky wash...
    bordermeister Aug 8, 2008
  • Hi Harry, I started a while ago and used your simple whisky wash recipe with good results, strayed into the realm of clean vodka and have come back to true artisan spirits. I have made several 'Glenmorangie' clone runs - the latest needs its spirit run hopefully this weekend. The latest are getting better but are a fair bit of effort/cost compared to your (Harry's) original recipe...
    bordermeister Aug 8, 2008
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  • Sorry - with the link http://www.rolachem.com/product/trad_skirting.pdf Cheers Mark
    bordermeister Aug 24, 2007
  • --- In Distillers@^$1, john delletier wrote: > > Would baseboard type tubing with fins work? I don't know the thermal efficiency of the fins with static airflow. > io70 > > > --------------------------------- > Luggage? GPS? Comic books? > Check out fitting gifts for grads at Yahoo! Search. > I can't find the exact link at the moment. A while ago I found this dealer in Victoria and...
    bordermeister Aug 24, 2007
  • Hi, can you upload the picture to either the photos or the files section, yahoo doesn't allow posting attachments to messages. Cheers Mark --- In Distillers@^$1, "Anthony Athawes" wrote: > > I tried to send this out earlier, but it got returned as "too big", possibly > because it was on graph paper. > > The attractiveness of this system is that it wastes no water at all, has no...
    bordermeister Mar 12, 2007
  • Hi Harry (and others) As I am starting my mash tomorrow, just wanted to check what a good ferment temp to maintain is. I am now used to trying (as hard as it is this time ofyear) to maintain an 18 - 20 degree Celcius temp of the beer mash. However for a Glenmorangie clone wash using bakers and brewers yeast what is a good temp to aim at. Reason is I need to find out if I ferment in...
    bordermeister Jan 11, 2007
  • Doh ! just did a different search and found the answers to the yeast question. Cheers Mark --- In Distillers@^$1, "bordermeister" wrote: > > Hi Harry, > You have another convert into having a go at making this clone. I was > planning on putting on a mash over...
    bordermeister Jan 10, 2007
  • Hi Harry, You have another convert into having a go at making this clone. I was planning on putting on a mash over the weekend and just had a couple of questions. 1) Do you recommend a brewers yeast that is appropriate for this style. 2) Do you rehydrate the yeasts before pitching (as per your previous mentioned method). 3) I was looking at making the extract version, just another...
    bordermeister Jan 10, 2007
  • Hi Robert, I actually have a coffee filter that I just pour the contents of the demijohn through. this allows the liquid to flow through but catches all of the granules. the link of what I have is below. I bought it at a kitchen shop similar to House (actually for coffee but it has a new use now). http://baldmountaincoffee.com/page/BMCC/PROD/Swissgold_Coffee_Filters_Single/00002405...
    bordermeister Jan 10, 2007