We just finished updating the firmware to the iStill Fermenter! What’s new? Well, originally we had the maximum temperature of the fermenter’s charge set at 50 degrees C. Since no normal ferment ever takes place above 37 degrees C, that made sense.
But … if you have read the two previous posts, you might have found out you can use the iStill Fermenters, together with the all new iStill Water Cooker, for mashing.
We now took the next step. We upped the maximum temperature of the iStill Fermenters to 75 degrees Centigrade, so you can now maintain enzyme conversion temperatures (and mash-out temps as well), when you use the iStill Fermenter for mashing.