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Observations On The Quality Of Rye For Distilling






The best rye for distilling is that which is thoroughly ripe, before it
is cut, and kept dry till threshed; if it has grown on high or hilly
ground, it is therefore to be preferred, being then sounder and the
grain fuller, than that produced on low level land--but very often the
distiller has no choice, but must take that which is most
convenient;--great care however ought to be observed in selecting sound
rye, that has been kept dry, is clean and free from cockle, and all
kind of dirt, advantages will result from fanning it, or running it
through a windmill before it is chopped.


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