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You were distilling the product. Sanitation isn't important because you aren't consuming any of the mold or bacteria that was in the wash. Its contribution on flavor is debatable depending on how efficient the distillation was.
Turbo yeast is faster than beer yeast, so no bacteriae have much chances to proliferate. Even if there is a bacterial or wild yeast infection no one cares, as that fermented stuff is distilled. For that matter, whisky distillers don't sterilize their wort before fermenting it, and some level of bacterial infection is considered necessary for the ...
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