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31) The draff, which contains
valuable protein, is trucked away to animal feed lots.
32) The washbacks, into which the sweet liquid referred to as "worts", will be mixed with yeast to facillitate fermentation. 33) A vat of yeast being prepared for use.
34) The fermenting wort, showing the action of the yeast. The result will be a 7 percent alcohol liquid called "wash". 35) A row of pot stills. 36) The wash will be distilled in the wash still, yielding a 25% alcohol solution. The rough, or bad, alcohols are eliminated by using only the middle of the run.
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