Pressure Cooking Mash

  • jasiu82
    Topic creator
    Joined: 14.07.2016Posts: 2Ratings: 0

    Does anyone know why a distiller would cook their mash under pressure vs. at atmospheric pressure? I imagine it's so the grains don't burst under high heat but I can't be sure. Any insight would be much appreciated!

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  • hwolf Member Joined: 05.05.2020Posts: 2Ratings: 0

    no, I haven't but I'm sure it's not easy at all because looking at the way you describe, I understand how difficult it is


  • Alainjon Member Joined: 04.08.2020Posts: 1Ratings: 0

    In your kitchen, a pressure cooker will save you energy. 
    Could this just be the reason ? As energy probably represents a sizeable share of the operating costs of a brewery/distillery ? 

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