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DIY 3 Gal 12 Liters Home Distiller Moonshine Alcohol Still Stainless Boiler Copper Thumper Keg
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Alcohol , Ethanol , Whiskey , Water Distiller, Wine Making
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This set of moonshine stills is a complete wine making sets; it is very easy to be set up and use, and We have test everything when we sending the package out;
Boiler Material: stainless steel ;Cooling pipes material: top grade red copper or stainless steel ;
The cooling coil cooler: copper or stainless steel pipe to shape ; Length : 170cm/ 67 inches for 2 or 3 Gal, 250cm / 100 inches for 5 or 8 Gal ;
The construction is all Stainless steel which has been argon welded thus avoiding any of the health problems associated with copper and solder constructed stills.
Welding technique: The item is argon welded to avoid any of the health issues associated with welding and solder constructed alcohol stills.
Heat source: induction cooler, stove, or any other heating sources are ok.
You will need (NOT include) : yeast,water supply,heat source(I suggest use induction cooker or gas stove) ; all the items are the same the pictures showed ;
Contact me anytime when you need additional help ;
Note: you can NOT use the water-pump when making wine, because it is hard to control the flow of the water ; but you can use the house tap, or manually ;
Normally, buyer from USA can receive the products within 7~10 working days ;
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 9.8 x 9.8 inches|
|Item Weight||6.39 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||8.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||MSC02|
146 customer reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#28,915 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
|Date first available at Amazon.com||May 20, 2015|
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January 29, 2016
There are a few things that a new buyer needs to know.
You’ll probably want to spend about an extra $100 or so to make this perfect and safer. You’ll want to be able to control the temperature around 170f-190f, so I’d advise buying a decent induction burner. Also, it makes distilling safer as there is no flames.
I’d also recommend going to the hardware store and buying an adapter for your kitchen sink to 3/8″ ID x 1/2″ OD tubing. This will allow you to use your faucet water to keep your thumper cool and is easy to adjust. Some use water pump and a bucket/large bowl. I just find the sink faucet better. This comes with about 8′ of tubing. So between the water in, water out and also a small piece for the alcohol out. It comes with a small brass tube, but it doesn’t fit well.
The book: The Home Distiller’s Workbook I’d also recommend as the recipes and is written for small batches. Pretty much every recipe is written per gallon, so it is easy make what ever size you want.
You’ll also need your hydrometers, yeast and other standard brewing stuff. If you order your still and a few books, you’ll have time to read the books and get whatever you need before the still arrives.
First thing you need to do after receiving the still and unpacking it, is watch the set-up video. The manufacture sends the web address for the Youtube vids, there are different models and he lists them all, so just keep going till you find your model. Now I’d recommend setting up the unit and put a gallon of vinegar in the main chamber and boil it. Basically run it as you would distill. The main reason for this it to clean out all of the inside of the tubes. Then rinse everything. I’ve read that you should do this between runs to sterilize and clean your equipment. This might be why some people have had bad tastes in their first runs. I also find it a great way to do a dry run to see what I need to adjust.
My only minor complaints, the brass valves are on cheaper side and the one for the exhaust could use some type of washer. As if you tighten it to much it doesn’t seal right. Also when I received mine, the arm on the thumper that attaches to the pot arrived bent. Not sure if this was done for packing purposes. I straightened mine out and I don’t think it’s crimped bad enough to restrict much flow.
February 15, 2017
January 14, 2017