Bourbon grain bills

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Re: Bourbon grain bills

Post by rubberduck71 » Wed Sep 16, 2020 7:16 am

DSmith78 wrote:
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captainshooch wrote:
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Nice read indeed. I ran across it about a year and a half ago while searching the ole inner web. I also discovered this document.

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Though you might find it interesting.
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Is there an updated link to this spreadsheet?


Edit: Doh! nevermind. Blue lettered link still works in captainshooch post

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Re: Bourbon grain bills

Post by jonnys_spirit » Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:39 am

Worked for me too and saved it to my google docs distilling notes folder.

thanks great info!

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Re: Bourbon grain bills

Post by Durhommer » Wed Sep 30, 2020 2:54 am

Well the mash went without any crystal just more rye which was fun sparging I remember (sarcasm) its white in a gallon jug I don't know what oak to use maybe just white char? I have wine wood but not in this I think.what do you all think?
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