Deathwish Wheat Germ DWWG Recipe Discussion

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Re: Deathwish Wheat Germ DWWG Recipe Discussion

Postby Otago Elvis » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:28 pm

Min, I've done a few of these over the years and never encountered a brown oil/residue. Sounds like a wheat germ puke of sorts :think: . Either way, don't let it worry you, it's only a stripping run and impurities like that will get cleaned up in your spirit run :handgestures-thumbupleft:
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Re: Deathwish Wheat Germ DWWG Recipe Discussion

Postby Minijcw » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:03 pm

The spirit run turned out very nice. I did get a big surprise with a very sweet bag of lollies type flavour in the middle of the hearts. Overall the flavour seemed very good, got some on oak now for xmas day to enjoy with my dad.
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Re: Deathwish Wheat Germ DWWG Recipe Discussion

Postby robduca » Wed May 30, 2018 2:38 am

Going to give this recipe a try. Wondering what people with bubblers reccomend. Im hoping for a single run.
4 plates, 5 plates, 5 plates and packed section?

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Re: Deathwish Wheat Germ DWWG Recipe Discussion

Postby db1979 » Wed May 30, 2018 6:20 am

Depends on what you want to make. If you want to age it on the oak, 4 plates max. If you want neutral, as many plates and packed sections as you can.
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