Re: Cornflakes and malted wheats
- I dont putt the flower nutrients in it. i checked its sg just yet and tasted it. still sweet and flavor full it went from 1060 to 1020 and could make up as a sweet corn wine wich i think i could try and do with a little batch later.
though i still have to wait an other week ore so. It shouldnt be a problem a normal ferment in 3 weeks weeks at 18°C and a week settling.
- The day after..
Turned up clear,
well i tossed it all allready.
but might be a clue.
only thing in search i found is to much nutrient and copper.
well, i start over might have bin to long standing on the cornflakes settlement ( it whas white tasted like corn )
an other mistake learned :D
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "JD" <jeandenis308@...> wrote:
> Well i'll be ....
> So it went all the way to this day to really get the time and get it settled right.
> So whas running it,
> it smelled good.
> it tasted good,
> hold it to the light and shake it.
> and it whas about 65% and BLUE ????
> First time for me to have a blue spirit.
> it has a blue haze, so i directly spit it out, instead if washing the mouth with it.
> This whas a sweet wash and have to start it all over again.
> but can i use this spirit, carbon treath it ore so ?
> cause the taste whas ( for my first time EVER ) really good.
> ore is it, toss, turn, start again.
> with a new sweet wash and spirit.
> Like to hear about it .
> Really curious about it,