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What is a Conical Column Whiskey Still and Why is it a Premium Design?
One of the most unique and efficient copper still designs is the “Kentucky” premium design - an 8 gallon moonshine still with a conical column that increases the “reflux” that occurs during your di...
How to “Cut” your Alcohol Distilling Run
Alcohol distillation is an ancient process that is both an art and a science. It’s easy, but not as easy as simply turning it on and watching it go. Diligent distillers know that you have to keep a...
What is a Vinegar Run?
When you purchase your copper whiskey still, you will be struck by its beauty, shine, and sturdy design. As striking as it looks, what a copper still was made for is making fine distilled products....
7 Safety Tips for Distilling at Home
There's always a right way, and a wrong way, to go about distilling at home"Making Moonshine in Kentucky" Moonshiners know that there will always be some safety hazards when working with a heat so...
Parts of a Moonshine Still
Becoming an expert at distilling your own alcohol, water, or essential oils at home means that you need to become familiar with every part of your copper still. Moonshiners run into all kinds of pr...
A Beginner’s Guide to Distilling Essential Oils at Home
Humans have a long history with essential oils. Used in cooking, medicine, health and wellness, and beauty for centuries, the distilled liquids of plant materials came to be called “essential oils”...
Pot Still vs Flip Top Still
What type of still should I use? Distilling separates different plant materials using heat, water, and steam. It is a process of steaming what you want to distill, then cooling that steam back int...