Yes. 100% free shipping on all orders.
Processing time is usually done the same day, however, may sometime take 2-3 days. You will usually receive your item in 3-5 business days from the time it was shipped.
We use FedEx to fulfill our shipments.
Yes. You will receive a FedEx tracking number once your order has been processed.
No, it is not illegal to own a whiskey still. However, you may only make alcohol if you have a federal distillers permit. We sell these stills as water distillers and fine oil producers. What you do with them is your own choice. Consult your state laws in regards to owning a whiskey still.
No. It does not come readily made and attached. It has separate parts that you have to assemble and cleanse before using.
Information about the cleaning process will be inserted in the package of your whiskey still order.
No. We can not give distilling advice without proof of a federal distillers permit.
This is a difficult answer because it is dependent on several factors, including the ingredients you use and how you decide to run it. Typically, you should be able to make about 10-20% of whatever product you decide to make. For example, if you own a 10 Gallon still, you should be able to make about 2 gallons of product.
Our 1-Gallon whiskey still, “Georgia”, is best suited for novices and beginners who have always wanted to try their hand at moonshining, without contributing a lot of money.
Yes. It shows both temperature measurements clearly.
The size dimensions and many other specific information is listed within each product description.
You can buy as many stills as you want. Whenever you want.
We currently do not offer shipping overseas. However, we are considering it in the very near future.
Yes. We offer a two-year manufacturing warranty, covering any defects or problems. We will replace your still or issue you your money back.
Yes. More than likely this will never be needed, but you do have 90 days to return your still if you are unhappy with it. You will need to send it back, packaged, and pay for shipping. HOWEVER, you will be reimbursed the shipping charge you paid once we inspect and receive the whiskey still.
YES! Absolutely. We use heavy gauged copper to give our customers a quality still for a lifetime.
A Rye flour paste is traditionally used to seal the seams of a copper moonshine still. Information on how to make this mixture can easily be found on an internet search. If you do not want to use a paste, you may also use Teflon tape.
Yes. Your whiskey still package will come with the onion top (with thermometer soldered on), pot, condensing unit and information on how to properly clean and maintain your beautiful new still. Additional pipes and attachments will also be included for larger stills.
For indoor distilling, use an electric stove or hot plate. For Outdoor distilling, use a propane burner. Never use an oil-stove or natural gas when distilling indoors. Make sure you are always in a well-ventilated area if you are indoors.
No. Thumper kegs are only used for large-scale production of a distilled product to increase proof and remove sediments. Our stills do not need a thumper keg because the onion top prevents the carryover of liquid into the condenser when properly operated. Our stills are of great quality and cost-effective for our customers.
We recommend cleaning it after every run to preserve it for a lifetime.
No. It is very important that you have separate stills for separate purposes. Using one still for two purposes may be extremely harmful to your health.