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Old 06-08-2012, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default Eis-rum? (brown sugar ice distilled)

Call me crazy!

Thinking kinda rum.......hypothetically......

thinking 5 gallons to start.

12 lbs or so brown sugar.....champagne yeast?

Invert first?

plan to freeze and remove ice, maybe more than once.

Non carbonated.


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so, you want to take sh*t water and concentrate the flavors?


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I would base the water to sugar amount as close to the highest abv the yeast will tolerate to reduce the amount of water I had to remove.
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so, you want to take sh*t water and concentrate the flavors?
Welcome to homebrewing of the 1600's. And one of the earliest known creations of rum.

Malaysians had been doing just this centuries before the first distillation of an actual Rum.

They called it "Brum" and it was described as being a very tasty sugar wine.
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so, you want to take sh*t water and concentrate the flavors?
I guess he didn't read Cape's thread.
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Welcome to homebrewing of the 1600's. And one of the earliest known creations of rum.

Malaysians had been doing just this centuries before the first distillation of an actual Rum.

They called it "Brum" and it was described as being a very tasty sugar wine.
that's fine, but I don't think I'll personally take the word of 17th century malaysians as to what is "very tasty".
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How exactly did malaysians in the 17th century freeze anything?
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they didn't, they just fermented sugar water
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This will cost 10 bucks and at the least, make something to mix with coke. Chill out moto.
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This will cost 10 bucks and at the least, make something to mix with coke. Chill out moto.
so, now you want to take sh*t water and mix it with coke?


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