home brewers carboy is a large glass bottle tapered toward the top used

Home brewers carboy is a large glass bottle tapered

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home brewers carboy is a large glass bottle tapered toward the top used especially for small scale primary and secondary fermenting of beer and wine ° ° wooden fermentation tanks ° stainless fermentation tanks ° ° wood vat or cask Volkswagen car, house, apartment etc. sizes Wooden barrel=225 liters o 60 gallons o 300 bottles (750) 1000 liters, or even 10,000 liters at a time heidelberg tun o Germany o Several hundred year old o 219,000 liters o no action since WWI
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o like a dance hall re-usable o 60 years maybe o not used for flavor porous o oxygen integrated only a little bit o fuller o more rounding o little more body o better mouth feel o NO new oak flavors Mostly reds Some whites are, not a lot ° ° Stainless steel Everywhere Vary in size Bought from old dairy farms etc. Very long self life o Indefinite life span Cheaper Customize Easy to sanitize Wood porous so it can bring things we don’t want in Neutral o Imparts no flavors Can be refrigerated o Temperature control the fermentation Refrigeration is kind of new
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o 1920s-30s o 1950s for wine ° ° the selection of the vessel is where more and more differences emerge between white and red wine production ° ° radically effects style of wine ° red wines 20-30 C ° white wines fermented colder 7-15C ° ° maintain delicate fruity components too hot=lost flavors whites are easily destroyed ° ° white grapes relatively new for wine wouldn’t taste like wine we know now ° ° benefits of cooler fermentation lessens activity of unwanted yeasts and bacteria limits loss of volatile aromatic components greater alcohol yield, less alcohol loss due to evaporation make for more intense bouquets and finder overall quality ° ° super hot climates during harvest California South Africa Australia Southern Greece Southern Italy
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Southern Spain ° ° Red wines deal with must, not juice ° ° CAP Punch down the cap Formed through natural fermentation o Takes sugar out of grapes Collection of grape skins, seeds, stems at the top of the fermentation vessel Inches to a foot thick Leathery to touch Natural barrier against oxygen Simultaneously collected skins in one place No maceration More extract=punching it Pigeag ° Feet Some people die during this o Affixation From CO2 Machine in most tanks o Beater o Pumpover ° Fine art Different extractions at different time schedules °
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13 Barrel Background 01/23/2017 ° Celts to California References to Mesopotamia o Made from palm wood Existed but not widely used Barrels and ships similar o Peaked and went away Were used for one reason and used for a new one now Barrels a couple thousand years Other container dominated o Amphora Clay vessel o 5/6000 BC romans didn’t use Amphoras o were first to adopt the barrel, why?
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