Re: Burnt mash,
- Absolutely, I am waiting for it to settle out and I will run it. What
happened to me is my nylon bag broke while hanging full inside my
boiler. I used it one too many times I guess. Won't happen again.
Thanks for the advise and I will take great care as I distill it.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "miciofelice2003"
> Ciao a tutti.
> I've not experience in it, but the "holy book" say that a slow,
> slow re-distillation, paying a lot of attention during the headany
> separation, will solve (I don't know how much because I've no
> experience in it) the problem.
> Anyway, why not to try?
> ciao a tutti
> micio felice
> --- In email@example.com, "headsmashedin"
> <headsmashedin@> wrote:
> > I have a mash that has burnt a bit. Not bad as I cannot even see
> > burnt grain but I can smell it. Although, I will not run itthrough
> > pot still because I know smell/taste will carry. With your
> > will that burnt smell carry over if I run it through a reflux? I
> > never burnt a mash before so I have not had to contend with this.I
> > not want to waste if I can at least salvage the alcohol in it.
> > you think?
> > Heads