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Old 08-17-2008, 04:44 AM   #1
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Making some "very high alcoholic beverages" and when they say turbo yeast they really mean it. Look what happened after an hour

Im not fearing the star san foam!


Had to make a blow off tube for this...if it wasnt for this foum I would have been done for cuz i learned how to do that here


That poor airlock couldn't take anymore

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so barley is a leaves of hops? or barley is a different plant? and blend with hops? I need that to be cleared thanks..
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I had to put a plate under it cuz then the bucket of water started to fill up with krausen...im expecting my kitchen to be covered tomorrow morning
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YUMMY! What is that ...about 5# of sugar, some water and a bit of Turbo? Nice!

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Old 08-17-2008, 05:00 AM   #4
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YUMMY! What is that ...about 5# of sugar, some water and a bit of Turbo? Nice!
haha...3# of sugar . And i got the extract to make rum, scotch whiskey, bourbon whiskey and other stuff. Got the kit from midwest
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haha...3# of sugar . And i got the extract to make rum, scotch whiskey, bourbon whiskey and other stuff. Got the kit from midwest
Let me know how that goes for you. Did you get the wooden barrel, or just the extract?
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Let me know how that goes for you. Did you get the wooden barrel, or just the extract?
I got the extract...I will let you know in 4 days how it goes
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Let's keep this thread on topic concerning fermented beverages. If your intent is to ferment the wash to a high ABV neutral "wine," then add flavored extract to create a liqueur, please post the results. If, however, you will be concentrating the result via freezing, evaporation, or other means, the discussion is not for HBT.

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Let's keep this thread on topic concerning fermented beverages. If your intent is to ferment the wash to a high ABV neutral "wine," then add flavored extract to create a liqueur, please post the results. If, however, you will be concentrating the result via freezing, evaporation, or other means, the discussion is not for HBT.
I'm just fermenting and adding extract
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Bump for the update!


Is it drinkable?

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Is it drinkable?
Aight it is drinkable but is yellow . It burnt my nose hairs when i smelt it so we know it turned out 40 proof like it was supposed to. I am bottling right now. Will post pics in a half hour
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