This is a basic stovetop still, a cost-effective way to start distilling and learn the craft. This pot (alembic) still has a basic flake stand and worm condenser mounted on top. A small still like this is easy to set up and tear down anywhere.
|Material||Stainless steel and copper|
|Weight||7.75 lbs (3.5kg)|
|Dimensions||10.6" (27cm) width x 7.9" (20cm) height|
|Fluid Capacity||2.5 gallons (10L)|
- It's best to clean and dry the distiller before and after using.
- Built using 'ethanol friendly argon welding rather than the more hazardous soldering methods sometimes incorporated in still building.
- You will want to have a stovetop or hot plate to use as your heat source.
1 x Stainless steel kettle boiler with thermometer
1 x Copper coil for condensing with stainless flake stand to recirculate water through.
1 x Water house with an inlet for your tap
1 x Air vent valve if you would like to use it to ferment
1 x Basic instructions from the manufacturer: 'How To Make Moonshine And Recipes'
1 x Copper condenser coil
Please note that each unit is handmade, and may have minor blemishes and imperfections. You may find a little dent here or there, but it's a still, and that sort of character comes with use as well!