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38980Re: mold

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  • jamesonbeam1
    Jul 8, 2010
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      While mold is fine to use in dunder for making rums, taste it first and make sure there is no vinegar taste to it.  If not, the either scoop the mold off or siphon if out from under as Rick mentions and distill it.  Dont know if you want to use any of the trub for a sour mash - might want to start from scratch.


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      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "doninsb@..." <doninsb@...> wrote:
      > Have 2 5 gal buckets (4 gal in each) of barley, corn, some malt and a little sugar. My usual. Very hot lately, and the brew in my garage which is ready for distilling, both have thin layer of mold on top. What to do? safe to distill? never brewed in heat before, had to use heating pads. Bring it into house for summer.

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