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Ugly wrote:Some turbos use a liquefied carbon sachet in an effort to mask the crap coming off the yeast.
I want to know what purpose the tomato paste and the lemon juice serve in the fermentation process?
ARRRRRRGH_NO wrote:Well you went wrong when you decided to buy the airstill it is truely crock of ****! Time to either build you own or go out and buy a still. I have upgraded to the commercial essencia express still and carbon filter package that the local store owner talked me into buying. It would be a much better idea to take that approach rather than waste all your time messing around with probably the worst performing still on the market.
Save some time and get the best results you can, effectivley you are wasing most of you wash, it may be convenient but is it worth it? In other words throw it away and buy a new still or build you own!
Whos going to disagree with that? Quality+Quantity or S**T for Bugger all?
ARRRRRRGH_NO wrote:I have upgraded to the commercial essencia express still and carbon filter package that the local store owner talked me into buying.
If you want to make a good job of it buy a good still (the essencia express is the best from what im told but there are others)
rabbit_ wrote:I'm not looking at brewing massive amounts of spirits (I'd LOVE to have 2-3 bottles of 40% spirit say a week..which would do me much more than fine) and I've the capacity to make about 28L of wash a week.
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