Re: [new_distillers] Re: mash too old?i made my mash about a month and 1/2 ago.
- Remember, your 'wash' is wine (kinda). I often make
my wash ahead, weeks or months and run as time
permits. And actully run bottled wine which have been
aged extensivily, right? (for Brandy)
If I don't run the wash right away, I will add
campden (sodium metabisufite) as I would with wine to
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> > my mash is about 6 weeks old, 1 5 gal was made
> with turbo yeast and
> > the other 5 gal was made with e-1118 both are
> sugar mash. is this too
> > old to run thru still or how old is too old?
> In the past I've had some that were sitting around
> quite awhile, if it
> doesn't smell bad and it tastes okay I would run it,
> unless someone
> else here has something different to say about it.
> It would seem using
> only sugar you would know if it isn't okay like off
> flavors or smell
> or even something growing on top or throughout.