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  1. We make them ourselves, and yes, charge $10 per box to our customers selling 2-3 bottles at a time.
  2. To be fair though, the other variable at least in terms of the pot still, is the distiller operating the pot. Maybe the distiller was operating the pot very effectively and the blind panel likes heads. Just playing devil’s advocate here
  3. Found this: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1271/bbb.110639 "In none of the distillates, obtained by distillation methods under atmospheric pressure (n = 3) and under reduced pressure (n = 3), was any of the 13 mycotoxins detected. The mycotoxins tested did not transfer from the fermented mash to the distillates in the distillation process. On the other hand, some of the mycotoxins remained in the distillation residues after the distillation process."
  4. Yes, that was what the farmer was wondering.
  5. Thanks for the info, yes, it sounds like it should be avoided for feed. But any ideas if it affects a distilled spirit?
  6. A farmer asked me if ergot (on rye) was a problem for distilling purposes. I told him I didn't know but would try to find out. Any thoughts?
  7. The antifoam certainly does its job, but the only times I've seen these strands is when I used antifoam. I've always suspected antifoam somehow was the cause, but never really pinned it down. It was especially evident when using directly immersed heating elements where the elements had all this junk hanging from them after the run.
  8. Out of curiosity, did you use any silicone antifoam?
  9. Any thoughts on this? Federal Register/Vol. 83, No. 227/Monday, November 26, 2018/Proposed Rules https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2018-11-26/pdf/2018-24446.pdf In particular, requiring barrels to be approximately 50 gallons?
  10. Would you want only the rhizomes or some leaves as well? Either way, let me know what you think that's worth including shipping. Please email me at Joel@BierDistillery.com.
  11. bierling

    reusing feints

    Including foreshots and heads?
  12. I’ve gotten clogs on a 2” drain with 2” butterfly valve before so now I step up to use a 3” butterfly with a 2” drain.
  13. It may not be the water or the barrel. It’s really a function of the spirit and the bottling proof. The TCW filter works.
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