Selecting yeast for fermentation depends on your requirements and end objectives. When selecting a yeast, we normally work backwards from our end objectives and that will indicate how we should start and what type of yeast we should use.
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All floating types of alcohol meters (hydrometers) rely on the density of the liquid being measured and convert the density reading to an appropriate scale such as the Guy-Lussac scale (alcohol percentage by volume - %abv).
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It is fairly easy to calculate the approximate coolant water flow requirements for your still. The following method is a simplification (and contains a margin of error) but fo rthe average small scale distiller, this method works just fine.
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"How much sugar should I add to my fermentation" is a regular question we regularly receive.