Re: fermentation question
- Cris and Monte,
Im sorry but tis a good idea to stir your fermetation at least once a
day. For starting, you need to add oxygen to your brew to get the yeast
multiplying during the growth phases. Then if you have a good one
going, there will be a cap of bubbles that develops on top that you need
to stir down. After the first 36 hours, stir lightly, since the yeast
has now enter the anerobic phase and you dont want to add and O2.
JB. aka Waldo.
--- In email@example.com, Christopher Bedwell
>Let it sit a week or more until it stops bubbling - the clarify it, and
> No need to stir, just let those rogue yeasties do their business...
run it through your still :)
>flavours to your distillate...
> Clearing it is a good idea, any yeast that gets boiled gives funky
>at all, would i stir the wash?
> - Chris
> On 26/02/2011, at 6:04 AM, "MonteK" mlkreps69@... wrote:
> > In making a simple sugar wash, and using turbo yeast, how often,if