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- Sat Dec 26, 2020 3:06 pm
- Forum: Mashing / Fermenting
- Topic: Fermentation finished?
- Replies: 24
- Views: 527
I use Alco Calculator as an App on my phone. English is not the first language of the developer. The titles of the calculations are mysterious but worth a look.
- Sat Dec 12, 2020 11:44 pm
- Forum: Mashing and Fermenting
- Topic: No Mash No sugar
- Replies: 357
- Views: 25302
I am very interested in the results of your spent UJSSM run NZC. Angel Yeast Starter worked well for me on rolled barley (my first AG mash). Will soon have multiple generations of UJSSM corn and Odin's Rye Bread residue to be gainfully employed. Could combine as you did with rolled barley. Looking f...
- Mon Nov 23, 2020 1:39 pm
- Forum: Research and Theory
- Topic: Hail The Mighty Thumper
- Replies: 78
- Views: 2536
Good on you Haggy. I'm interested in your excel calcs for a thumper. I have a similar background with some experience in process calculations using excel. May I suggest you rethink your decision not to still. I started this year, age 77. Thanks to the great information from the good people on this s...
I started with George's Goo (kale wash) and find it to be very easy, bit slow but makes a good neutral for gin. I don't invert sugar. Boiling sugar and water will have little effect on inversion unless acid is added. Inversion is breaking the glucose and fructose bond in sucrose (crystals). That's w...
- Thu Sep 17, 2020 2:49 am
- Forum: Novice Distillers
- Topic: coconut sugar is sweet??????
- Replies: 4
- Views: 213
I'm a novice fermenter and distiller but have worked as a sugar technologist for 50 years. Coconut sugar is made from the sap of the inflorescence of the coconut palm. It is in the general class of palm sugar made from different species of palm trees. Just like juice from sugarcane and sugar beet, t...
- Sun Sep 06, 2020 9:53 pm
- Forum: ** Welcome Center **
- Topic: Oh Joy, Oh Rapture
- Replies: 1
- Views: 102
Yes the first results using OEG have indeed given me joy and rapture. After a lot of reading, I decided that a 2 inch, ccvm column was best for my desire to make gin. Boiler is 35l and gas heated. The column is copper and packed with stainless scrubbies for 1200mm. I have a shorter length of copper ...