What We Should Do To Cooked Mash When The Electricity And Steam Is Cut
Sometimes, electricity and steam can be cut off suddenly. Therefore, in order to reduce unnecessary losses, we should take the following measures.
Cut off the electricity. When the power is cut off, we can’t continue to pump the wort with the pump and stir the wort with the stirrer. If the power failure lasts for a long time, the wort will stop flowing and stick to the inner wall, which will reduce the heating method. Measurement: First, please turn down the steam valve to make the steam into the jacket slower. Then, get a clear board and stir the mash by hand. Note: We should cut off the power supply first, in case the sudden power supply will hurt us.
Cut off the steam. After cutting off the steam, we can no longer heat the mash. In order to avoid starch maturation, we should take the following emergency measures. Measure. If the mash temperature is lower than 70℃, we can add hot water to make the mash temperature rise to 70-72℃ to liquefy the mash. If the mash temperature is 70-95℃, please keep this temperature and wait for steam replenishment. If the mash temperature is higher than 95°C, it is best to pump it into the mash tun and mix it with the malt mash.
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