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What is a Bain-Marie Still?
There are several designs of high quality stills used since ancient times. Depending on your needs and your final product, a Bain-Marie still - also called a “double boiler” or a “water bath” - mig...
Easy DIY Flour Paste for Your Copper Still
Distilling alcohol can be fun, but it can also be dangerous. One of the most important considerations to make is that when you heat alcohol, you deal with flammable alcohol vapors. In addition to m...
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...
Why the Best Whiskey Stills are Copper
There are many high-quality whiskey stills for sale online - some already built and some delivered in assembly kits for you to put together yourself. For many reasons, the best stills are copper, w...
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...
How to Clean a Copper Still Inside and Out
Copper is a durable, rich material that will last you decades if cleaned and cared for properly. It’s inexpensive to clean your copper still, but it does take a little time and effort on a regular ...