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  1. SwellSpirits

    red precipitate in gin

    Fixed the issue. Yup, the water here was too hard. Used a better filtered water and the issue is gone. Huzzah!
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    red precipitate in gin

    Hey, I am having a similar problem. My gin (which I proofed down with carbon filtered water) has a slight precipitate forming on the inside of the bottle. A microscopically thin layer of white film. Almost not visible to the naked eye unless you closely inspect the bottle. Has anyone else had an issue like that?
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    Reverse Osmosis vs Filtered Water

    Opps, Sorry about the multi-post! The page kept going to an error page so I did not realize it was actually posting. Trying to figure out how to delete the other two.
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    Reverse Osmosis vs Filtered Water

    I was curious if anyone has used non-RO water to proof their gin and if that has had any set-backs. e.g. chill haze or louching. On small test batches I have been using just filtered water with no issues, but perhaps once I get up to 1000 liters per batch I might run into something different. Any advice on this would be great.
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    Reverse Osmosis vs Filtered Water

    I was curious if anyone has used non-RO water to proof their gin and if that has had any set-backs. e.g. chill haze or louching. On small test batches I have been using just filtered water with no issues, but perhaps once I get up to 1000 liters per batch I might run into something different. Any advice on this would be great.
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    Mash Cooker Manufacturers

    How about adding rice hulls? This would allow you to lauter/sparge through the grain bed. I know it works for rye when making roggenbier. I assume it would work for corn mashes too.
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    Which filling machine to use?

    Enolmaster Vs. MEP Anyone have any arguments for going with either? Or are the functionally similar? Other options?
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