Discuss fermentation, different types of wash, etc
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billythekid wrote: ↑
Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:09 pm
I figure, if I can get some experience at doing it the less complicated way, perhaps I'll have a greater ability to control the more complicated processes next time around.
That is a sound way of thinking,
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Great write up Bill, glad you are finding what suits you. If you can put a sample away for 12 months or so I think that you will be pleasantly surprised as I have found that it really mellows out with age. I put a bottle of each blend away in the back of the cupboard for extended aging.
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