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How much distillate can I get from a 100 L wheat/barley wash?

Where can I find info regarding approximately how much distillate one can get from a specific volume of wash? e.g. 100 liters of wheat/barley wash will yield how many liters of distillate? I realize it will fluctuate with the input, type of still, etc., but was wondering if there is a source for ballpark figures to help estimate cost per bottle for a business plan. I imagine it depends on still type and input (e.g. - fruit, grain type, etc.); however, is there a guideline for how much distillate you can get from a certain batch size?


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Vlad Pivovar from TBD [837]

Of the 100 kg of malt obtained 500 liters of finished beer! (For 12% of the initial wort), and 85% of the fermentation, and is 5.1% volume of alcohol.
ORION.Group LTD, Kyiv,Ukraine,   orionmach.com

Oct 28, 2016

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Sven Larsson from Olympic Distillers

Try this site: http://homedistiller.org/grain/wash-grain/yield
there is a lot of good info there. Check out the "calcs" section at the top of the page. You should be able to find what you are looking for

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Martin Liang from Jiangsu Zhengheng Light Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd.

The price of a lot of factors, depending on: material, volume, work, thickness, design, etc.If you would like, I could try to give you a price, but it also requires you to provide more information to me

Oct 24, 2015

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