Re: how do you use irish moss?
- the mum i made has been clearing for the past 5 days and still
nothing.looks just a hair more clear than when i started.i rehydrated
the moss in boiling water for 10 min then stir in.
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> thanks mason , will try it that way,just found a s steel keg with
> the top cut off from years ago used for peanuts at my dads house im
> going to work on a new still when i get the chance ,,if i can find
> the stuff to make it, it will be like my grandfathers simple pot.im
> going to make it close as i can with what i can find,,,for some
> reason it makes the best stuff.
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> > <homemade12476@> wrote:
> > >
> > > i have always used heated sparkloid. but i am trying irish moss
> > > suggested by mason. i picked up some today. but how do i use it?
> > > just sprinkle it on top,stir it in or do i have to heat it?
> > > thanks,chris
> > >
> > Sorry Chris this one slipped by me. I read it the other day but
> > to rush off before I had a chance to reply.
> > I use the effervescent tablets and I think you just bought it in
> > powder form. This is from a Beer Brew forum.
> > http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/use-irish-moss-whirlfloc-51839/
> > From what I gather for our purpose you would just Rehydrate a tsp
> > so in warm water and then after a few minutes pour it in the wash
> > give it a stir. This is how I use the tablets as well. For beer
> > sounds like they are using it in the beginning. My guy at my LHBS
> > it can be used either way.
> > Mason