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Afternoon! First time Masher, Long time Listener. ( Okay... enough of the bad jokes. ) So... First ever Mash was put together Saturday night. 12 gallons spring waterFood coloring does not expire, nor does it lose its coloring power. Food coloring should be kept well-sealed to prevent contamination from dust or other particles.Nov 3, 20150:00 / 9:18 How To Make Moonshine - UJSSM Style "Sour Mash" Sugar Wash Bourbon Still It 365K subscribers Join Subscribe 2.3K Share 101K views 5 years ago Today I am making moonshine! Uncle...Uncle Jesse's Sour Mash (UJSSM) is a multi generation sour mash recipe that will make a t ...more ...more How to make Moonshine : Step 2: UJSSM, Generation 2 : Sour Mash, Sugar Wash Whisky...Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcutsCommon Moonshine Terms. ABV - "Alcohol by volume" - is the percentage of alcohol (ethanol) that is contained within a liquid. Alcometer - is a measuring device used to determine the % of alcohol also referred to as a spirit hydrometer. Backins - Weak whiskey produced at the end of a double run or at the end of a run through a thumper.Jan 25, 2011 · We get lots of requests for plans by new members. The goal here is to allow plans and diagrams to remain readily accessable and not get burried by pages and pages of chatter. Hopefully Samohon will load this thing with some really nice information. Trample the injured and hurdle the dead. 19 June 2015 02:51AM edited June 2015. @johnboy stepping into AG can be a daunting undertaking if you don't understand the process or have the equipment. have a good read of john palmers how to brew first. While it ain't hard it's a step up from UJSM. you do need more gear & definitely need to know what your doing / have a plan eg mash temp ...Commonly used with the UJSSM recipe that is a continuing fermentation cycle sugar head, backset can become too acidic quickly and need PH adjustment. ... if you have good water, corn cannot. So your conversion will suffer with corn recipes (Bourbon) if you dont sour the MASH. And Beta Enzymes like the pH lower yet.I put together this OpenOffice spreadsheet that calculates all the ingredients for many of the Tried and True's. It's based on the size of the fermenter you have, and the goal is that it will calculate up a recipe that will fit in it. Also has links to the recipe for easy access, as well as the basic original instructions from the site.Metric UJSSM, 6 litres per kg of each.. Seeing as all the easy to find recipes are for US measurements, I quickly ran the values into a spreadsheet to get a conversion factor. The US guys use 1.4lb of sugar and corn per gallon. For us Aussies that works out to 6 litres of water per kg of sugar and kg of corn. (actually 5.96) So my first gen ...As far as what yeast to use? What does the recipe say to use? Last I checked it was either distillers yeast (dady) or bread yeast. But both will work fine. Just stay away from the turbo crap. Especially in a grain ferment like UJSSM. If your homebrew shop can't suggest a good yeast other then turbo. I wouldn't listen to them. Third option is ...in this video I'm adding the enzymes to convert the starches to sugars. My starting gravity was 1.065 which should make about a 8.7% beer.Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.This was my first batch of mash, I did the UJSSM recipe. There were a few hiccups along the way but it stopped bubbling today and I think its looking good. First off I want to know if my mash looks right, never having done it before, i'm not really sure what i'm going for. Secondly, I'm not sure i understand how the hydrometer works.Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4729 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:So, for 40l wash. Recipe goes like this. 7kg cracked feed corn, 7kg raw or white sugar (I like raw) Dissolve sugar in hot water, then add enough cold water to make 40 l total. Strip in potstill discarding 100ml of foreshots down to 20%. Save the strip. While the drum is empty, scrape off 1/3rd of a bucket of corn and add 1/3rd of a bucket of ...0:00 / 9:18 How To Make Moonshine - UJSSM Style "Sour Mash" Sugar Wash Bourbon Still It 365K subscribers Join Subscribe 2.3K Share 101K views 5 years ago Today I am making moonshine! Uncle...Mar 1, 2017 · First time using bakers. ; (. by jb-texshine » Wed Mar 01, 2017 3:16 pm. NCmechanic wrote: I recently switched from turbo yeast to bakers and used the ujssm recipe in two food grade 5 gallon bucket SG was 1.054 at the end of ferment 8 days later (temps were high 60s) I ran my 8 gallon of wash. I ended up with only 2qts of 90°. Hi im looking for a 10 gallon corn whiskey recipe that uses cracked corn. There are some on here but they dont have exact measurements and some say use 2 gallons of corn instead of using pounds. ... really want to start with sugar heads for experience so would suggest looking at a cereal faux-whiskey sugar head or UJSSM recipe. This will get ...Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4729 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:74.9k members in the firewater community. Share techniques, equipment, still designs, recipes, materials sources, and anything related to beverage …Odin Site Donor Posts: 6844 Joined: Wed Nov 10, 2010 6:20 pm Location: Three feet below sea levelTried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4733 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4729 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:UJSSM is a sold sugar head recipe. If you invert the sugars its even better. You really need 5 generations before it is getting pretty nice. I also liked cleaner cut on this. and on oak the T-pee was pretty darn good whiskey at the 10-12 month mark. Once you get 6-8 months can start tasting but always takes about 10 months minimum for me before ...I don't want a mess but I'd like to run 3 gallons at a time. I know making fruit wines and meads I can fill to 4.5 gallons but I have to punch the cap down. I'm following a basic ujssm recipe of 1.4 lbs of sugar and cracked corn per gallon so I'd assume 4 gallons water and the 5.6 lbs a piece of sugar and cracked corn would be about 4.5 gallons.Just do as the UJSSM recipe. Skim off some of the top and replace with fresh meal. There's lots left in the meal, unless you've converted it. That stuff just keeps on giving Cheers, bd. I do all my own stunts. Top. snookfinken Novice Posts: 83 Joined: Tue Dec 01, 2009 9:57 pm.Bull Rider. The "malted" barley has enough diastatic horsepower to convert itself AND other unmalted grains that are in the mash. That's one reason why so many recipes have malted barley as a component. Six row barley has more diastatic power than two row but two row is much easier to find.I adjust the PH with ca carbonate using about 1/3 backset and replacing the spent corn off the top. It seems to take a bit longer to start fermenting the more gens I go. I just tried some 6th gen UJSSM that I added 1/2 cup of smoked peated malt to and have had on oak for 3 months. Turned out really smooth. Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.water and yeast, but I'm having trouble finding instructions on using fresh. cut off the Cobb corn. This will be a 30 gallon mash and I'm hoping for an. abv of 7-8% with some really good flavor. If this has been answered and I'm. just not finding it, a gentle nudge in the right direction would be great. Thanks for your time.Common Moonshine Terms. ABV - "Alcohol by volume" - is the percentage of alcohol (ethanol) that is contained within a liquid. Alcometer - is a measuring device used to determine the % of alcohol also referred to as a spirit hydrometer. Backins - Weak whiskey produced at the end of a double run or at the end of a run through a thumper.Since I am used to brewing beer, I am used to the fact that I am always in need something from a brewshop (for example barley, hops or beer yeast) . However distilling it should be possible to have some base recipes which don't require ordering anything a few days in advance or driving the extra yards. So I am looking forRecipe Development. UJSM Style Bourbon. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages. Moderator: Site Moderator. 11 posts • Page 1 of 1. ... But cede, Antler is talking about a no-mash recipe, like the UJSSM, which uses the grain for flavor and added sugar for fermenting. In other words, the grain does not get turned into ...Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts1. don't need DAP, 5.2 will adjust water. 2. drop your temp to 160 for pre malt, I normally heat to 160 turn off heat, then add corn, it drops temp to 145-150 then add either small amount malted barley and cover and wait 20-30 min. or add alpha and wait. 3. boil 1 hour turn off and cool to 140 then add gluco.So, for 40l wash. Recipe goes like this. 7kg cracked feed corn, 7kg raw or white sugar (I like raw) Dissolve sugar in hot water, then add enough cold water to make 40 l total. Strip in potstill discarding 100ml of foreshots down to 20%. Save the strip. While the drum is empty, scrape off 1/3rd of a bucket of corn and add 1/3rd of a bucket of ...FloridaCracker. 11 June 2015 11:01AM. My first run back in 1999 was a bastardized UJSSM (way before UJ posted his recipe). I was trying to duplicate the JD recipe with the addition of sugar. Didn't have a clue just WTF I was doing but learned a lot and on a homemade still that I just recently retired.So, for 40l wash. Recipe goes like this. 7kg cracked feed corn, 7kg raw or white sugar (I like raw) Dissolve sugar in hot water, then add enough cold water to make 40 l total. Strip in potstill discarding 100ml of foreshots down to 20%. Save the strip. While the drum is empty, scrape off 1/3rd of a bucket of corn and add 1/3rd of a bucket of ... My Bourbon and Single Malt recipes. Apple Stuff and Electric Conversion. Top. Dan P. Distiller Posts: 1085 Joined: Thu Jul 29, 2010 3:24 pm Location: The Islands. ... So a UJSSM would have more yeasty flavors and less grainy flavors. Then a AG batch the same size. Now if you are talking about distilling the AG on the grain. Then piggybacking ...Recipe Development. UJSM Style Bourbon. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages. Moderator: Site Moderator. 11 posts • Page 1 of 1. ... But cede, Antler is talking about a no-mash recipe, like the UJSSM, which uses the grain for flavor and added sugar for fermenting. In other words, the grain does not get turned into ...I used a recipe for dandelion wine from a friend of mine who has recently passed. If I knew more about wine making I would have known that I added too much sugar by following the recipe. I do have a hydrometer and did take an initial reading was 1.050. The recipe calls for 9 pounds of sugar in 6 gallons. The hydrometer has not moved off 1.170.Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4729 posts Page 107 of 158. Jump to page:Business, Economics, and Finance. GameStop Moderna Pfizer Johnson & Johnson AstraZeneca Walgreens Best Buy Novavax SpaceX Tesla. CryptoI have done a few 5 gallon ferments now to test the ujssm and I really enjoy the finished product. My question is, to do a 20 gallon wash would I have to use 4 times the amount of each ingredient? Standard recipe calls for 7 lbs of corn 7lbs of sugar 5 gallons of water and 1 tbsp of yeast.This is my first time making mash I made 30 gallons following the UJSSM recipe. I made it Saturday night and noticed it was bubbling Sunday morning. Last night thw temperature outside got down to 40f. So I was wondering what temp should I keep my mash at? I am using bread yeast and on the jar it says to keep the dough at 80f.Tried and True Recipes. All Bran Recipe. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 2014 posts Page 6 of 68. Jump to page:Ujssm is just a sugar wash with corn in it. Use bakers yeast, because it works happily with sugar, and control your pH with calcium carbonate. After a few generations of ferment-distill-backset you'll have something pretty nice. Use 25-30% backset in place of the water in your recipe, not 10-20 like some folks recommend, it really helps get to ... Dec 22, 2020 · Just cover it with water, ideal temp is in the 100-120 range, but any temp works. It will get a little foamy, a little slimey, a little gamey/barfy/pukey, then yogurt sour. When it's nice and pleasantly sour use as directed. Even a portion of presoured corn makes a notable contribution to a first gen sour mash. Business, Economics, and Finance. GameStop Moderna Pfizer Johnson & Johnson AstraZeneca Walgreens Best Buy Novavax SpaceX Tesla. Cryptobentstick Site Donor Posts: 1444 Joined: Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:41 am Location: Great Lake StateSo now I have decided to make a batch of ujssm and want to make a 30 gallon batch to get lots of sanitizer (I can't believe I am actually doing this) then reduce the size to about 13 gallons to makes single runs at a time To fit in in my 16 gallon keg. ... My 5-grain Bourbon recipe: Special K. Top. Windswept Swill Maker Posts: 325 Joined: Fri ...Re: The Turbo 500 and UJSM. by Dnderhead » Mon Jun 18, 2012 3:11 am. id did a bit of searching and it appears that the "turbo 500" cant be used as a pot still. use as intended or not at all. rad14701. retired. Posts: 20865. Joined: Thu Dec 20, 2007 12:46 am. Location: New York, USA.Take a look again at the Booner's, you'll see that the 4.5 is mL's. Cups is 0 at this quantity as the value is so small, but if one wanted to scale this recipe up hugely then it'd be easier to measure in cups. UJSSM calculator Size of fermenter (gallons) 6.5 Backset 25.00% Starter Water (gallons) 5 (soft, filtered water)Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.been running ujssm for almost 7 generations, scooping out a little corn and replacing it each time. i noticed last time a less corny taste so i figured it replace all of it this time. Is leaving the leftover yeast part of the flavor maturing or would i be good using new yeast and corn.Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4733 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:If you don't have malt, or enzymes, you need to look into the UJSSM recipe on the side bar. If you don't have a local homebrew store, order some malt online. About 10% by weight of your fermentables will be needed. 6 row or American 2 row, but distillers malt is even better. Without some malt, you'll end up with a starch soup that won't yield ...If you have high cholesterol, it’s important to limit your enthusiasm for certain foods while eating others regularly. Here’s a look at two types foods to eat and three to avoid for high cholesterol sufferers.Posts: 1850. Joined: Sat Nov 21, 2009 2:04 am. Location: LA. Re: tomato paste or no? by WalkingWolf » Thu Jan 26, 2012 12:50 am. You need to determine why you added tomato paste in the first place. In that you should find your answer (grasshopper ) A little spoon feeding for New and Novice Distillers (by Cranky)Just do the UJSSM recipe and call it a day. Don’t bother with enzymes and additives and all that stuff if this is your first run, unless you want to get all into that aspect of it. Get the UJSSM down first if you just want to make a simple whiskey. To answer your original question if what is in that bag is 100% cracked corn, yep, use it up!Afternoon! First time Masher, Long time Listener. ( Okay... enough of the bad jokes. ) So... First ever Mash was put together Saturday night. 12 gallons spring waterMany like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.Afternoon! First time Masher, Long time Listener. ( Okay... enough of the bad jokes. ) So... First ever Mash was put together Saturday night. 12 gallons spring waterTried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4729 posts Page 143 of 158. Jump to page:20 ml (¾ Oz) Maraschino Liqueur. 20 ml (¾ Oz) Lime Juice. Simply, shake the ingredients with ice and double strain into a chilled coupe glass! 4. Moon Dance. If you liked the sound of The Last Word, consider also the Moon Dance that was created by the Birds & Bees manager, Jake Larowe, in LA.Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here.Afternoon! First time Masher, Long time Listener. ( Okay... enough of the bad jokes. ) So... First ever Mash was put together Saturday night. 12 gallons spring water1. Gather Your Ingredients The first step in making any recipe is always preparation; therefore let's gather all the ingredients needed in making UJSSM whiskey: - 5 pounds of cornmeal - 2 pounds rye - 3/4 pound malted barley or wheat - Distillers Yeast - Water Ensure you source good quality items from a reliable supplier before commencing anything.Corn mashes have high-viscosity and high-sugar characteristics, which hinders yeast-fermentation efficiency and the ethanol yield increase. The excessive viscosity of corn mash is caused by the unutilized cellulose in corn kernel fiber. A novel lignocellulolytic enzymes cocktail with strong substrat …We get lots of requests for plans by new members. The goal here is to allow plans and diagrams to remain readily accessable and not get burried by pages and pages of chatter. Hopefully Samohon will load this thing with some really nice information. Trample the injured and hurdle the dead.bentstick Site Donor Posts: 1444 Joined: Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:41 am Location: Great Lake StateRecipe Development. ujssm with cracked corn questions. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages. Moderator ... smokeskrene4207 Swill Maker Posts: 187 Joined: Fri Oct 23, 2015 1:52 pm. ujssm with cracked corn questions. Post by smokeskrene4207 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:49 pm. I'm going start try ujssm in a few days. I can't ...Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcutsby NcHooch Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:24 am. Try this: I've done 7 runs of this recipe and it produces an excellent result . But first, a few words about Bourbon whiskey, 'cause ya cant just whip up any whiskey and call it bourbon. * Bourbon must be made of a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn. * Bourbon must be distilled to no more than 160 …Read Booner’s Corn recipe in the Tried & True recipe forum for the “how to” process. Breat in mind that corn gelatinization temperatures are hotter than the temperatures barley malt enzymes can tolerate, so use of liquid enzymes is recommended. Mash the corn and malt once the corn has gelatinized and you should be OK.If you’re looking to spice up your menu look no further than “The Chew.” The popular ABC program featured daily recipes that are posted on the show’s official website. Whether you are a novice or an experienced cook, there is a recipe to su...I foresee a multitude of potential issues, especially with a recipe like UJSSM which requires the re-use of components across subsequent batches... Small Scale 1.25" Two Reducer LM Head For Stripping Plus Reflux Column Extension.Dec 23, 2021If you get your corn from a jar here's a sure way to save money on sugar by converting more of the starch in corn, rice, beets potatoes and any other starchy grain or vegetable to fermentable sugars. This is the specific amylase called for when making light or reduced calorie beer. Amylase increases fermentability by converting some of the starches to sugars.Option #2 Sugar shine Just use UJSSM recipe and sub in malt for corn, pound for pound, at any ratio you feel like tasting, I'd use a minimum 20% to be able to taste it. This is kinda exempt from my dislike of corn, UJSSM is much more of a sugar shine and most of the flavor comes from acids and bacteria as you recycle backset and feints.Just do the UJSSM recipe and call it a day. Don't bother with enzymes and additives and all that stuff if this is your first run, unless you want to get all into that aspect of it. Get the UJSSM down first if you just want to make a simple whiskey. To answer your original question if what is in that bag is 100% cracked corn, yep, use it up!Common Moonshine Terms. ABV - "Alcohol by volume" - is the percentage of alcohol (ethanol) that is contained within a liquid. Alcometer - is a measuring device used to determine the % of alcohol also referred to as a spirit hydrometer. Backins - Weak whiskey produced at the end of a double run or at the end of a run through a thumper.Tried and True Recipes. uncle jesse's simple sour mash method. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Moderator: Site Moderator. 4609 posts Page 143 of 154. Jump to page:Go to the "Tried and True" recipe section and check out the SF recipe. It's pretty much what you're talking about. It's basically the same principle as described in another recipe found there, UJSSM (Uncle Jesse's Simple Sour Mash). Both are excellent recipes used by many people here. You might have better luck using one of those.Many like to post about a first successful ferment (or first all grain mash), or first still built/bought or first good run of the still. Tell us about all of these great times here. Refined and tested recipes for all manner of distilled spirits. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages.Business, Economics, and Finance. GameStop Moderna Pfizer Johnson & Johnson AstraZeneca Walgreens Best Buy Novavax SpaceX Tesla. CryptoUJSSM doesn't need a boil step. It is using sugar for 100% of the fermentable sugar. The corn is there simply for the corn flavor. Check the sidebar UJSSM recipe/walk through, it does not mention boiling at all until in the distilling phase.Searched on this to no avail. Given that the consensus on UJSSM is that it doesnt come into its own until the 3rd or 4th gen. I was thinking of running the low wines through reflux to get a vodka rather than putting it into a collective spirit run, this seems like a good idea for at least the first gen if not the second.Stuck UJSSM fermentation - I've tried everything. 3rd gen of UJSSM has stalled out at 1.036. Started somewhere between 1.061 and 1.069 (life was busy and I forgot to check but that's what the sugar addition should have gotten me) so it's only at 3.5-4.5% so that shouldn't be an issue. pH was sitting around 5 so that should be okay.. UJSSM in the tried and true recipes. Moonshine.... AmericaIf i'm reading UJ recipe correctly (and I think I am) I ad UJSSM recipe is a simple recipe. And I don't see a problem with the original thread. What's so hard about mix some corn sugar and water together. Add some yeast and let it ferment. After you run it take 25% of the backset melt the sugar. Then add it back to the fermenter and top off with water. And let it ferment again. And repeat.This recipe removes the commercial yeast to give you a taste of history. Check out the recipe here. Traditional Cracked Corn Moonshine Capture the traditional moonshine flavor with this cracked corn moonshine recipe. This moonshine recipe uses cracked, air dried yellow corn. Taste the tradition with this amazing old-school moonshine recipe here. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mar Mar 11, 2015 · Kdog. I hydrated distillers yeast (8 tsp in 3 cups of water @ 100°F). The water had yeast nutrients and DME (for the yeast sugars) dissolved into it. I pitched that hydrated yeast in my UJSSM. The first 48 hours it was bubbling out of the fermenter lock 1-2 every second, now about 5 days into the ferment the bubbling has slowed to about 1 ... still_stirrin Master of Distillation Posts: 10127 Joined: Tue Mar 18, 2014 3:01 pm Location: where the buffalo roam, and the deer & antelope play Stuck UJSSM fermentation - I've tried everything. 3rd gen of UJ...

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