Re: Newbie question folks!
> Message: 11Just for the record, i was looking at a bourbon recipe in a "big book of bourbon"
> Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 19:59:49 -0000
> From: "Harry" <gnikomson2000@...>
> Subject: Re: Newbie question folks!
> I agree. Just remember DON'T use hops. It comes out awful in
kind of book, and the sample recipe _did_ have hops in it. the initial
starter culture, at 20 gallons, had a gallon of jug yeast, at least 20 pounds of
grain mash, and ... 4 oz of hops. =) so, if the end yield of the recipe was about
4,000 bottles of bourbon, and the recipe had 4 oz of hops.... hrmmmm....
anyone got a calculator? maybe a "sneeze" of hops? =)
i did a "mulligan" whiskey a little while back, where i distilled from a mash of 3 gal
of bourbon-style all-grain mash, 2 gal of lightly hopped beer, and a couple bottles of
pyment(honey-grape) wine. turned out... well, okay, i guess. i left it at 64%, where
i could at least appreciate it for it's kick if not it's bite. =)
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