How long is mash good for after opening

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Re: How long is mash good for after opening

Postby Gqgwat7 » Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:41 pm

Out of each cook I threw the first 2 ounces away


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Re: How long is mash good for after opening

Postby rad14701 » Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:53 pm

I think we've got a troll... :think: This ain't Twitter where your posts have to be less than 140 characters...!!! :crazy: Good way to get your post count up but not good for anything else... :problem:
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Re: How long is mash good for after opening

Postby Pikey » Sun Jan 08, 2017 5:16 pm

rad14701 wrote:I think we've got a troll... :think: This ain't Twitter where your posts have to be less than 140 characters...!!! :crazy: Good way to get your post count up but not good for anything else... :problem:


Do we get trolls ?

I have to say (s)he seems totally unembarrassed by a complete lack of knowledge & very unforthcoming in any meaningful way.
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Re: How long is mash good for after opening

Postby jb-texshine » Sun Jan 08, 2017 7:50 pm

Two kinds of trolls come through, accidental and intentional . far as I can tell there's only 2 or3 intentional ones. Almost positive this'un is the accidental kind. The intentional ones know enough about distilling to come up with problems that are plausible but not realistic just to mindfuxx you. Simple solution to both types is don't feed them.
A good dose of crankys spoonfeeding followed by a shot of the glossary will fix this one. The others...not so much.
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