Re: Wheat vodka
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Thomas
>Well I can crush and boil wheat. Not sure how, but how hard can it
> Hi hypodyne,
> you won't find any better written recipe on the net
> (although for some reason your link didn't work for me
> this time. I have it on file).
> Make absolutely sure you are following it to the
> letter. You are definately using FLAKED wheat?
> feed/seed wheat is not a replacement, as it need so be
> gelatinised. The rooling/flaking process (between hot
> rollers) heats the starch up to gelatinise it. Raw
> wheat needs milling and then boiling to make the
> starch available. If you don't get a thick porridgy/
> wallpaper paste type mixture, you've got the wrong
be. For enzymes I could malt my own wheat from the same wheat or use
the malted barley.
See most of the recipes on Tony's site use bakers yeast. Need to add
a nutrient as well. Buying special yeast at 10 bucks a packet is not
really doing it for me.
> Also, dealing with wheat is a pain anyway. If it were
> my first attempt, I'd go for something easier like a
> sugar wash.
> --- hypodyne <hypodyne@y...> wrote:
> > Gday
> > I have tried unsuccessfully for the 4th time to make
> > a wheat vodka
> > mash from this recipe
> > http://www.brewhaus.com/Wheat-Vodka-Recipe.pdf.
> > Has anyone else got a wheat vodka recipe or point me
> > in the direction
> > of one. The recipes on Tony's site are a bit vague
> > for a beginner to
> > work from.
> > A 40kg bag of wheat is $15 AU so would prefer it
> > from grain.
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