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GrassHopper wrote:So I was moving too quick, stirred up the bottom a little on my apple cider wash,
StillerBoy wrote:Lesson learn hopeful.. when distilling a wash that is very cloudy, don't distill allow it re-settle again..
Also, along with it being cloudy with sediments, you must have overfill the boiler and not supervise the setup resulting in the mess generated.. when working with washes that that are cloudy, if one needs to process it, which can be done but done very slowly, the boiler is only filled to half way mark, and the heat reduced once the bottom of column start to warm up, otherwise reducing the heat later generate the foaming you experience..
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