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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.

Ujssm recipe. 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.

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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 152 of 158. Jump to page:To raise or lower the pH of a Mash , additions of calcium carbonate (to raise pH) or calcium sulfate / calcium chloride (to lower pH) are recommended. Add ½ teaspoon at a time. Mix well. Recheck the pH after each addition. If these are not available, or if you are brewing with very soft water, then the addition of phosphoric acid can ...

The "Uncle Jesse's Simple Sour Mash Method" (UJSSM) isn't a true mash. It's a sugarhead which means it uses processed sugar for the yeast to convert into alcohol. The cracked corn is there for flavor. It makes a good faux whiskey and is a good starting point for a new distiller. To make a true grain mash, no sugar is added.UJSSM Problem with PH. I have just started Gen 2 UJSSM. Ingredients as per recipe. I used about 5 litres of backset for a total volume of 25 litres. Original yeast was Still Spirits Whiskey Yeast. 24 hours later and still no activity (probably due to low PH). Added 1 tsp each of DAP, calcium hydroxide, bi-carb soda.NO!! But wait...Help is at hand. 1/4 cup moonshine1/2 cup hot⁣ tea1 spoon lemon juice⁣1 spoon of honey⁣1 lemon slice⁣Brew tea to your liking.⁣Add shine, honey, and lemon juice.⁣Stir and garnish with a lemon slice.⁣Serve warm.⁣ Cheers to... Read more →.Location: Great White North. Re: Recipe for simple 10 gallon pot of fresh corn whiskey. by bitter » Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:24 am. +1 on booners or look up pintoshines corn mash Both use enzymes but the boil/cook method will get higher yield. Cranky's spoon feeding *For New & Novice Distillers.Sporacle wrote: ↑ Tue Nov 09, 2021 6:02 am Just a thought if you are not opposed to adding cracked corn, try UJSSM from the tried and true recipes. All the development work has been done and it produces a consistently good product . my actual goal is a cost effective spirit with some little flavor and simple steps.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 waterFirst ujssm. First time using bakers. ;(Post by NCmechanic » Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:57 pm. 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°.There are often debates about whether organic food is better than inorganic food. There are concerns over the amount of chemicals used, nutritional value, and how expensive products are.Jun 9, 2013 · I second the UJSSM recipe. In fact, my latest spirit run of that recipe came out at 78% ABV. I diluted it down to 55%, and let it sit on a small amount of Jack Daniels Wood Chips (which can be purchased in most stores, sold as BBQ smoking chips). The stuff is FANTASTIC. Has that sweet flavor with a JD profile, only MUCH better! Oct 12, 2017 · Today I am making moonshine! Uncle Jesse's Sour Mash (UJSSM) is a multi generation sour mash recipe that will make a tasty "bourbon". Step 2 in the process:...

Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcutsI used UJSSM as a reference in this post. But in all actuality. Any number of good recipes around here. Would make a fine vodka. If it is ran properly through the still. You may even would like to change out the corn in UJSSM for say wheat. A nice white winter wheat UJSSM would make for an excellent vodka.Add 2.5lb corn per gallon of water. Bring temperature to 160°F, the mash will become considerably more viscous. Add some cold water to bring the temp to 150° and add amylase to just thin the mash. Bring the mash up to 180-190°F, this will gelatanize the remaining starches. Cool the mash back down to 148-150°f and add amylase as prescribed ...

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 ...

Add 2.5lb corn per gallon of water. Bring temperature to 160°F, the mash will become considerably more viscous. Add some cold water to bring the temp to 150° and add amylase to just thin the mash. Bring the mash up to 180-190°F, this will gelatanize the remaining starches. Cool the mash back down to 148-150°f and add amylase as prescribed ...

Question on the UJSM recipe... 5 gallons soft, filtered water. 7 lbs (3.2kg) cracked corn. 6-8 pieces/kernel is the proper crack. If using bird feed, make sure it is perishable, or in other words is free of preservatives. 7 lbs (3.2kg) of granulated sugar. 1 tbsp yeast (distillers yeast if available.) Yeast nutrients are not mentioned in the ...You guys already know I love my UJSSM. Well, early in the week I finished up my last bottle of UJSSM. I have some on oak that is not ready yet so I decided to head to the liquor store. I bought a bottle each of my two favorite bourbons. Knob Creek (my favorite) and Jim Beam (my daily drink) to hold me off until I have more UJSSM ready to drink.I had the same question recently and chose to do an all grain batch. 53% corn, 27% Caramel 40 malt, 13% American malted wheat, 7% German Smoked malt. Pitched a mix of distiller's yeast and QA23 wine yeast. As for flaked maize or cracked corn, soaking it in water the night before you mash helps it gelatinize.Please help me get started making corn whiskey. The recipe I have from the home distiller's workbook asks for 1 gallon of water, 2 pounds of cracked corn, 1 cup malt, and 1/2 pound sugar. It states to boil the mash for 2.5 hours and then cool. However, my other reading in other books and on line suggests that other heating procedures might be ...Are you looking for some mouthwatering recipes to try out today? Look no further than the Today Show. This popular morning show not only brings you the latest news and entertainment, but it also offers a wide variety of delicious recipes th...

enzymes can be ordered online r you can malt your own grains. I would guess allot of you folks South of The Border are within a short drive of a maltster.I'm in my 8th generation of ujssm and I heard that adding oats to the grain bill can smooth it out a bit, even if it's a sugar head like ujssm. ... If you want a change from the reg UJSSM, try the sweet feed recipe. I think you will be pleased, it also improves after gens and IMHO makes a richer and more complex drink. The best I even made I ...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.Passover is a special time of year for Jewish people, and it’s important to have the right recipes to make the holiday even more special. Here are some of the best recipes to make for Passover that will be sure to please everyone at your Se...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.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.May 15, 2016 · 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. Oct 30, 2017 · 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) There are ways to get around boiling your mash. The first is to just add a bunch of sugar (see the ujssm recipe). The other is to pitch bacteria that breaks starches down at room temperature (Yellow label angel yeast). If none of these are feasible for you, the alternative is to use flaked maize.How to Make UJSSM for Newbies - by StogieFarts. 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. Pics are VERY welcome, we drool over pretty copper . Moderator: Site Moderator. 95 postsby 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 …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 postsBetter method > ferment and distill the cherries and honey using a mead yeast. Then ferment and distill the rye and sugar following the ujssm recipe by using more grain and less sugar than your original recipe. Use bakers yeast for this. Once both are distilled and cuts made ,blend to suit your taste. Basically the recipe as you gave it is shit ...This video follows on from last weeks UJSSM video. Last week we made the first generation, this week I am making generation 2. The first sour mash. Each g...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. 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)

UJSSM - Uncle Jesse's Simple Sour Mash Still It 11 videos 85,980 views Last updated on Jun 11, 2018 Videos that follow my UJSSM quest and discuss th ins and outs of how to get the most out of...1 Introduction 2 Ingredients 3 Theory 4 First Fermentation 5 Basics of Pot Distillation 6 First Run 7 Second Fermentation 8 Second Run 9 Repeat the Process 10 Link to Tried and True Post Introduction This method was originally taken from J.W. Walstad's book Simple Sour Mash to Simple Alcohol Fuel! and has been modified according to my experiences.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 ...Commonly used with the UJSSM recipe that is a continuing fermentation cycle sugar head, backset can become too acidic quickly and need PH adjustment. ... So your conversion will suffer with corn recipes (Bourbon) if you dont sour the MASH. And Beta Enzymes like the pH lower yet. So you add enough backset to drop the pH for the alpha enzymes ...This is regular UJ recipe 3rd generation in the small buckets. I combined all the dredge into the larger tank, added new corn to replace what was spent, added the sugar with back set stirred it all in real good. Pitched in 1/4 cup yeast let set 15-20 minn then stirred again. The room temp is a constant 75F.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...

The ideal temperature for adding amylase enzyme to mash is usually between 148°F (64°C) and 158°F (70°C). Care must be taken not to exceed the temperature required for adding enzymes, as higher temperatures will denature the enzymes and render them ineffective.2. Add a drop or two of your chosen gel food colouring. Less colouring gives a pastel colour; the more you add, the brighter the colour. Mix until well incorporated. 3. Add the contact lens solution and mix. The slime will begin to form, going stringy before coming away clean from the bowl into a ball. 4.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. 4729 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.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.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.Standard recipe calls for 7 lbs of corn 7lbs of sugar 5 gallons of water and 1 tbsp of yeast. For 20 gallons would I need 28 lbs of corn 28lbs of sugar and 4 tbsp of yeast? Thanks for your help.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.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.Passover is a special time of year for Jewish people, and it’s important to have the right recipes to make the holiday even more special. Here are some of the best recipes to make for Passover that will be sure to please everyone at your Se...Oct 26, 2016 · The sugar will dissolve much easier in warm to hot water. But, without gelatinization and enzymes the corn will not contribute to the fermentables (which is appropriate for this UJSSM recipe). So, the corn will just add to the grain flavor and help buffer the wash’s pH from crashing. There's also a recipe floating around (try some searching) that people have had success with that one member, Pikey, posted for a wash using partial malt extract to flavor. He describes it as like a Scotch. That might give you some ideas, while you are working on some of the tried and true stuff. Good luck!Ujssm: What is it please I'm learn n. "Uncle Jesse's Sour Mash" - it does make a good product :) . Welcome to the group!If you’re looking to start planning your weekly meals using a delivery service like HelloFresh, there are some easy steps to follow that can make your experience a more enjoyable one.This is one of our favorite fruit cobbler recipes to bring out again and again, whether we’ve got a glut of berries or a surfeit of stone fruit. Cobblers, crisps, and crumbles are inherently easy desserts, and perfect for using up all your ...Recipe Development. ratios. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages. Moderator: Site Moderator. 3 posts • Page 1 of 1. fatboi Novice Posts: 5 ... check the tried and true section there are recipes …UJSSM for example is a sugar wash with corn added for flavor, and makes a perfectly drinkable whiskey Reply ... Look for the UJSSM recipe and have fun 🙌. It is great for learning and you do batches every other week (stripping runs) then a spirit when you have 15-20l of stripped material. Advice use the first stripping run batch as “feints ...

First 5 gallon batch of UJSSM was stripped and added with the 5 gallon 2nd gen wash for a spirit run. First gen was basically just a big batch of feints, in effect. Smelled and tasted quite strongly of really bad tequila. Proofed the middle two jars, #4 and #5, and they're at 150 and 140, respectively. They also smell and taste the best.

After reading several reviews on UJSSM and watching Jessie’s from Still It videos on the recipe I decided to make some changes. I went ahead and doubled the corn and added 5% Bloody Butcher to the cracked corn. Here is how she went. 60# sugar 100# cracked/kibbled corn 5# Malted bloody butcher corn. Held at 135 for 2 hours with dry amalase.

Hello, I've been reading alot of the posts here, and finally decided to register. A friend of mine and I have just completed our cleaning run of vinegar followed by water in our pot still.I have two fermenters starting a UJSSM mash. In one mash, I have champagne yeast, and the other distillers yeast. Both started at 1.055, and their temps started at 90F. Starting PH of 5.5. Over three days, both cooled to, but were kept warm at, 80F. After 3-4 days of healthy bubbling, both converted down to 1.020 and stopped. PH at stop is 3.8.Recipe Development. ratios. Grain bills and instruction for all manner of alcoholic beverages. Moderator: Site Moderator. 3 posts • Page 1 of 1. fatboi Novice Posts: 5 ... check the tried and true section there are recipes …Hey all, I have herd about and been told to try the UJSSM recipe for my pot still. I Have looked in the recipes section here but cant find it!! probably the birdwatchers with bourbon essence clouding my vision .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 ...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

closest airport to alamogordo nmlcps go classlinkgeorge washington 2 cent stamp valueogre comp bow osrs Ujssm recipe downdec [email protected] & Mobile Support 1-888-750-4028 Domestic Sales 1-800-221-2302 International Sales 1-800-241-6770 Packages 1-800-800-9303 Representatives 1-800-323-2407 Assistance 1-404-209-7120. Those needing cooking are of the DWWG and Rad'sAllBran (let's call it RAB) type of recipe. PUGIRUM and UJSSM recipe's don't need cooking but smell very nice while fermenting. When distilling there should be no smells except a whiff of the product coming out the outlet. All smells remain inside the still (without any pressure) except the smell .... sec football game scores 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...Don't need to use distilled water for a wash. It lacks everything. Tap water that's been declorinated will work fine. In most cases. And you don't need to cook the corn for a sugarhead. See UJSSM recipe in the tried and true recipe section. Replace the cracked corn with corn meal. emma holliday psychiatryshelbyville eagle An all grain would result in a fine drink, but if you wanted to stick with the UJSSM method until you gained more experience, any grain/grain combination would work fine. Just decide on your grain bill and use the same amounts and method of the original recipe. Good luck and let us know how it turns out. BG joanns festus mobuchanan michigan dispensaries New Customers Can Take an Extra 30% off. There are a wide variety of options. Also, using the ujssm as a sour mash will bring L.B. and that's what you want for a sour mash. Brettanomyces (Brett) is a genus of yeast whereas Kham is a term for a collection of genus of yeast used before microbiology was a thing. Brett is more common in non-sour mashes, but Kham is very potent in sour ferments; it's origins are in old-school ...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.I'm just saying, on an all grain run that had't had any weird infections, etc. I took the backset left in the still from the stripping run and dumped 50lbs of sugar into it (was doing a sugar wash in a 55 gallon drum of the spent grains.) and honestly it tastes a whole lot better you would think.