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Alcotec 48-Hour Turbo Yeast

$6.99

SKU# Y010

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Alcotec 48-Hour Turbo Yeast will ferment 13 pounds of normal sugar in a 6.5 gallon solution in 48 hours or less. This turbo yeast, essences for the home distilling of moonshine alcohol. Make alcohol by fermentation up to above 20% strength using extreme turbo yeast.

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Alcotec 48-Hour Turbo Yeast

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Alcotec 48 is an all-round "superyeast" for home spirit producers. It will ferment 13 pounds of normal sugar in a 6.5 gallon solution in 48 hours or less, even under difficult circumstances. Alcotec 48 works in temperatures up to 86°F. It will produce clean alcohol, but you should still treat with activated carbon for optimum quality before mixing with essences.

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GOOD STUFF
This yeast is somewhat expensive but it really works GREAT...
June 5, 2010
alcotec 48 hr. yeast
very good product consistently gives me 170 proof moonshine. will keep buying it.
January 12, 2014
Order review
Order arrived promptly and complete. Good business.
October 6, 2016
Awesome
This yeast package not only contains high output yeast, but includes nutrient and activated carbon too. I have use this product regularly, and get very consistant results. My only issue is the activated carbon should be stored separately from the rest of the package, then be added when pitching.
October 28, 2012
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While fermenting 7lb of dextrose the temperature of the mash went up to 105F (41C) after a day, is that unusual?
A shopper on Apr 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That has never happened to me when I used it. Maybe I just wasn't paying attention to it. I imagine it is a heat giving off reaction, anyway. As long as you followed the directions on the label, this shouldn't concern you much, anyway. Heat after mixing your ingredients is normal. It is what is called exothermic reaction in biochemistry.

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