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Re: corn whiskey(again)

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  • waljaco@hotmail.com
    ... A typical Australian brandy pot still has a tower some 4 metres tall, before coming to a long upwardly sloping lyne arm. There is also a water condenser at
    Message 1 of 2 , May 30, 2001
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      --- In new_distillers@y..., blueflame456@y... wrote:
      > If the reflux column i built is not packed with scrubbers will this
      > act similar to a pot still and not strip the flavor from the corn
      > wash once it is distilled
      >
      >
      > thanks
      > Mark

      A typical Australian brandy pot still has a tower some 4 metres tall,
      before coming to a long upwardly sloping lyne arm. There is also a
      water condenser at the top which can be used if required for reflux.
      Without this condenser some reflux occurs on the sides of the
      uninsulated column, but not enough to destroy flavor in a 2
      distillation process for brandy. Therefore one can conclude that
      removing scrubbers from your column would produce a similar effect.
      Wal
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