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  • sonum norbu
    Struth I must be a loser. I have no idea how much I get except that it s lots. Quantity is stuff all, like Camel cigarettes, it s the quality that counts.
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      Struth I must be a loser. I have no idea how much I get except that it's
      lots. Quantity is stuff all, like Camel cigarettes, it's the quality that
      counts. blanikdog

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: abbababbaccc
      To: new_distillers@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [new_distillers]
      Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 07:17:21 -0000

      Actually you get ~0.6 liters of ethanol for each kg of sugar in
      optimum conditions. That would make that one liter of vodka almost
      60% ABV. So for 8kg mash you'll have the possibility to get 4.8
      liters of ethanol and for 6kg mash you can get 3.6 liters. In
      reality I usually get 3.2-3.5 liters from a 6kg mash, depends on how
      long I let the mash to ferment and how long I collect the ethanol
      (the output of 95.6% is really slow at the end).

      - Riku

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, Roderick Holmes
      <pure95percent@y...> wrote:
      > Depends on the turbo yeast you use. General rule of thumb is that
      you will get 1 liter of vodka for every kilogram of sugar you use
      (2.2 lbs).
      >
      > To make two gallons of vodka, one of the 8 kg Gert Strand Turbo
      yeasts or the 48 hour turbo both call for about 8kg of sugar. This
      will give you roughly your 2 gallons of vodka. Your actual yield
      will probably be less, since one typically discards the heads and
      tails which have the off flavors that you don't want in your vodka.
      >
      > Warm regards on ice (back after a busy few months)
      >
      > Roderick
      >
      > "J.Scott315" <jscott315@c...> wrote:
      > what is the recipe (turbo yeast, sugar and water) to make 2
      gallons of vodka or 1 gallon of ethanol.....
      > thanks scott from dallas
      >
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