Dissecting my run to find my #%?! UP!

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Re: Dissecting my run to find my #%?! UP!

Postby LikkerSheWillLoveIt » Tue May 04, 2021 6:19 am

Not at all. I do have copper in the still, the condenser is copper. I’ve done lots of reading and getting sulphides in washes like a TPW or a WBAB are very very very very slim, all of the reading I have done, outside of forums (and I don’t use “anti” social media so no bookface) have been scientific papers, most of the talk regarding sulphides is regarding making Brandy. I am going to ready more into it.
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Re: Dissecting my run to find my #%?! UP!

Postby Sam. » Tue May 04, 2021 10:59 am

LikkerSheWillLoveIt wrote:Not at all. I do have copper in the still, the condenser is copper. I’ve done lots of reading and getting sulphides in washes like a TPW or a WBAB are very very very very slim, all of the reading I have done, outside of forums (and I don’t use “anti” social media so no bookface) have been scientific papers, most of the talk regarding sulphides is regarding making Brandy. I am going to ready more into it.


Run any wash through a still with no copper and you will get hydrogen sulphide (rotten egg), I know this from experience, it will air out but it isn't a pleasant smell.
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