Re: A Peek
- I am not sure if this procedure is optimum, but it seems to work for
me. I mix a 10 lb. bag and a 5lb bag of regular sugar with 6 gallons of
hot tap water (total 15 lbs) of regular white sugar and cover on Friday
evening then cast the turbo yeast on Saturday morning. On Thursday I
add the settling compound (bentonite) and the wash is ready on
- This is the second time I've taken a peek. Both times, I'm greated
with a sharp alcohol smell & it's just through & through with tiny
bubbles (apologies to Don Ho!) Now, it's burping away. The envelop
said no airlock, but the brew store guy said keep one in. Air or no
air, that is the question!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dave" <diskmaster23@y...>
> Sounds great. Keep that up!
> Just remember, sometimes it may say it'll take three days, but it
> might take 4 or 5.
> I tried a turbo wash a couple times and I decided to do the
> supermarket yeast thing. I wanted to see if it'll make a difference
> the product that comes out.Will
> By the way, this sounds like a good time to ask a question. Can you
> get significant different favors with different types of yeasts?
> my end product make a difference if I decide to use a Ale Yeast or awrote:
> Turbo Yeast..etc?
> --- In email@example.com, "Jane Doe" <laffingrrl@y...>
> >take 5
> > Nice & yeasty smell, lots of tiny bubbles. It is supposed to
> > days for 20%. There's 8K of sugar in there!