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15.5 Gal. Beer Keg Still With 3" Copper Column and Built In Condenser w/ book

  • $ 502.86

This 15.5 Stainless Steel Keg Still has a Copper Whiskey Column and a built in Copper Liebig Condenser with a 3" Commercial Thermometer. The still boiler and column are polished to a medium luster. Also includes tri clamp connection for column to the still. You can disconnect the column in seconds with no mess.  
All of our Copper Heads and Columns are TIG welded using food grade DHP copper welding rod. This means that the welds are as strong or stronger than the surrounding metal. This DHP copper rod melts at around 1,700° F, while the solder that our competitors use melts at around 400°F. Solder joints are not nearly as strong as our welds, plus solder is messy, runs and gets all over the metal, while our welds are tight, clean and pretty. 
This still is rock solid and will last a lifetime.  
Please take a look at the options and prices below.

1" 304 stainless sanitary drain valve including tri clamp port, clamp and gasket = $72.00

1/2" 304 stainless ball valve including 1/2" female NPT port and 1/2" stainless nipple = $42.00

1-1/2" Electric heater element tri clamp port installed with tri clamp and gasket  = $35.00

1-1/2" tri clamp to 1" NPT adapter heating element conversion plate (fits standard water heater elements) = $21.00

4" Tri Clamp Manway Adapter in the top of the keg for access to the inside of the boiler for cleaning. = $79.00 

6" Tri Clamp Manway Adapter in the top of the keg for access to the inside of the boiler for cleaning. = $109.00  

This Still has been pressure tested and is guaranteed to have no leaks.

This still comes with complete operating instructions.

The 22 gauge copper stills that you see elsewhere on the internet are so thin that you can take your hands and crush them like a huge beer can. If you flip a 16 oz. 24 gauge copper still with your thumb and fore finger it will make a dent. If you punch this Beer Keg Boiler with your fist, you might break your fist but there won't be a dent.

This still comes with a book titled "Moonshine" by Matthew B. Rowley. This book is packed full of information and is very entertaining. It traces the history of making moonshine from the pioneer origins, through prohibition to today's libations. This book contains recipes along with drinking songs and even offers insight on how to drink moonshine and recover the next day. Chapters include: "Equipment; Ingredients; The Process; Fundamentals of Distilling; Operating a Pot Still; Whiskeys: Grain-Based Recipes; Rums and Washes: Sugar-Based Recipes; Brandies, Schnapps, and Grappa: Fruit-Based Recipes; Now that You've Made It: Moonshine-Based Recipes."

Built to last a lifetime!

Hand it down to future generations!

**All beer kegs are used, so there may be some dents or dings


These products may not be legal to operate in some areas. Affordable Distillery Equipment, LLC strongly discourages any unlawful use of these products and is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by the misuse or unlawful use of these products. Any person or entity that uses information or equipment provided by Affordable Distillery Equipment, LLC does so entirely at their own risk and accepts all liability concerning the use of the aforementioned equipment and information. 

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