During first distillation, the pot still (or "wash still") is filled about two-thirds full of a
fermented liquid (or wash) with an alcohol ...
Feb 11, 2014 ... Note, distillation does not produce alcohol; it only concentrates the alcohol that is
already present. ... How Does Distillation Work? ... In a nutshell, wash is heated
up in a still to a temperature above 172 degrees, but below 212 ...
Think the days of backwoods stills and black market liquor are over? ... Learn
how moonshine is made, why the practice began and how the law deals with it ...
The intention with this page is if its a Whiskey Still in a commercial operation or ...
Usually a Whiskey Still used for this purpose is made of copper, as it does not ...
Jan 16, 2014 ... Bourbon benefits from being produced primarily in column stills, which allow
distillers ... the liquid boils first (because alcohol boils at a lower temperature than
water does) and turns to vapor. ... How Does a Column Still Work?
posed with their turnip still as liquor ran out of the condenser. ... 1930s, but few, if
any, area bootleggers today have ever seen a turnip still in operation. ... (This
concoction is quite different from store-bought beer, but some people do drink it.)
Mar 1, 2012 ... As blended alcohol and water vapor rises from the pot, it enters a cool ... The
clear liquid emerging from the still is called moonshine, white dog, ...
Dec 24, 2012 ... How does a column still Work? A column still differs from a pot still in that it
creates a much higher proof alcohol in a single distillation. It does ...
If you don't know about the early stages of whisky distillation, here is a quick ...
and I imagine it would work the same if the temperature was controlled enough.
... For someone who claims to have the background you do, you're sure adamant
However, please allow one business day for order processing and packing of
your still, especially for evening and weekend orders. We do our best to ship stills