39452Re: [new_distillers] Re: strong yeast odor after fermentation
- Oct 13, 2010Hi Myrrdin and Zymurgy Bob,The only time I had a strong yeast smell and taste was my very first batch. It was a Rum wash so almost a sugar wash. I had read just dump everything in the fermenter after it fermented. I did and immediately seen all the trub at the bottom pour in with the good stuff on top. Ran it twice and couldn't get the smell and taste out. Now I siphon everything and leave any sloids or different color in the fermenter. That's with Rum, Suger or Corn. Haven't had that problem any more. Maybe your problem or not but what happened to me.Have a great day,shotman----- Original Message -----From: tgfoitwoodsSent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 3:06 PMSubject: [new_distillers] Re: strong yeast odor after fermentation
Sorry about fat-fingering the previous!
I've never had trouble with offensive yeast odors in a sugar wash, but I
use Lalvin EC-1118 in a MUM wash to make neutral. When you say "yeast
smell", do you mean it smells like what came out of your Black Label
packet, which isn't all yeast by any means? I know some turbos cause bad
flavors when they ferment, but I don't know about Black Label.
Does anyone else know?
Zymurgy Bob, a simple potstiller
--- In email@example.com, "Myrrdin69" <rblindner@...>
> hello everyone,
> i decided to check out the reflux process for a change.
> basic sugar wash consisted of 7kg sugar made up to 23 l tot volume
with water. added for experimention purpose 1 packet turbo yeast (black
label) for 48 hr fermention.
> Starting Temp: 96 deg F, SG 1.102, PH 4.5
> after 24hr:
> Temp: 86 deg F SG: 1022
> after 48 hrs:
> Temp: 80 deg F, SG 990
> after 72 hr when starting strip run:
> Temp: 80 deg F, SG 985
> run on PDA 2 setup as pot.
> Resulting destillate has very strong yeast smell. Is this normal?
> As i understand it, even a reflux run might not change this. Can
> Thanks in advance
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