Re: [new_distillers] Rainwater and Turbo wash
- I've been using rainwater from galvanised iron tanks for years and am still alive, I think. :))
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> From: phillip_jefferies <phillip_jefferies@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [new_distillers] Rainwater and Turbo wash
> Date: Fri, 15 Jun:50:13 -0000
> Hi all,
> I am lucky/unlucky enough to not have town water, I have two 5000
> gallon tanks for my house.
> I had a search around the forum but did not find any useful data about
> using rainwater except a) yeast loves it b) its no good.
> Could anyone help?
> Can I use rainwater & what do I have to do to it if I do.
> I am going to be making vodka from 24hr Turbo yeast with my new PDA-1
> when it arrives (its delayed due to me accidentally putting $330 on the
> fire, but thats another story).
> I have noticed that my beers tend to have a grassy (silage for you
> farmers) smell.
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