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This mix of water, sugar and yeast could be called a wash. Some people use this as a cheap method to feed a pot or reflux still to produce high percentage spirits (to get essentially Vodka but very cheaply). If you allow the fermentation to complete, the majority of the yeast will fall to the bottom and settle in a process called flocculation after which it ...


As long as your gear was (at least reasonably) clean chances of an infection making the brew dangerous is absolutely tiny. Botulism or something actually nasty is very unlikely. Specific brewing strains of yeast are relatively very aggressive and will tend to out compete some random wild yeast or bacteria and kill it off with ethanol a few days in. So as ...


Your brew is fine. If there's a problem it will be obvious when you taste it. Relax.

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