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  • yldog@hotmail.com
    hi Steven If the grain mash is left fermenting to long it can only produce methanol which is wood alcohol if inferior yeast start to process the sugar. This
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 25, 2000
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      hi Steven
      If the grain mash is left fermenting to long it can only produce
      methanol which is wood alcohol if inferior yeast start to process the
      sugar. This can only happen if there is sugar left after the
      distillers yeast have finished / died off.
      The grain mash can change to vinegar if the mash comes into contact
      with a large amount of air.
      All you have to do to stop both of these things happening is stop the
      mash having contact with the outside air by using an air lock or a
      suitable cover.
      from Scott
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