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Old September 29th, 2009, 08:43 PM
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Re: How make whisky?? In just seven step.

Bhatt, you know what, these echarchans are a lazy lot... you post a link, they are likely to bypass it.. (kaun click karne ki takleef kare yaar)..

Lekin bevde ki baat hai isliye bahut kuch maaf hai..

Forget the simple single malt, tell me about some good smoked malts you have experienced.. bahut zamana ho gaya

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To Make Whisky

THE SEVEN STEPS TO HEAVENí
A simple guide to making Single Malt Whisky

Obtain sugar source, ferment, cook resulting beer to increase strength and mature for several years.

1. Malting - Sugar source : Encourage germination: Steep barley in water, so enzymes (fructase, maltase) turn the starch present in to sugar.

2. Kilning & smoke drying : Stops germination to prevent sugar being used for growing. Dries damp barley ready for milling. Peat smoke flavours the barley grains.

3. Milling & Flour creation : By grinding the harden barley grains a Grist is obtained (65% husk, 25% middle and 10% flour) making it possible to extract the sugars.

4. Mashing & Sugar extraction : Using large vessel (Mash Tun), hot water is percolated through grist to extract dissolved sugars, creating hot, sweet water.

5. Fermenting & alcohol creation : Cooled wort is put in fermentation vats (Wash-Backs), Yeast is added to eat the sugar and create weak alcohol called wash.

6. Distilling & concentration of alcohol : Wash is cooked in stills vaporising at 80%. The vapour is cooled until it recondenses to become 30% spirit (low wines). This is repeated to obtain 70% spirit. The best bit (middle cut) is retained.

7. Maturing & whisky creation : Raw British spirit is transformed in to mellow whisky by maturation in top quality oak casks over several years & the longer the better.
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