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Re: residual sugar

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  • timmur64
    Thanks nanosleep. ... increase ... be ... want ... your ... The ... 10%).
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 24, 2003
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      Thanks nanosleep.
      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "nanosleep" <nanosleep@y...>
      > The sugar will remain in the boiler after your distilling run. You
      > can referment the spent wash. The acidity of the wash will
      > during the first fermentation. You many need to add baking soda or
      > something similar to get the pH into a range where the yeast will
      > happy. You will also want to add more yeast nutrient. You may
      > to add more sugar depending on how much sugar was left over. Use
      > hydrometer here and bring the SG back up to the level you want.
      > yeast may already be stressed because of pH. So don't try to get a
      > high percent alcohol wash on a refermented batch (keep it 5 to
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