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2" Copper Pot Still Column & Built in Condenser, Whiskey Moonshine Head w/book

  • $ 196.19


This 2" Copper Pot Still Head comes with a Liebig Condenser and a Commercial grade thermometer with a 3" face. The column is 2" in diameter x 12" tall. The liebig condenser has a 1/2" inner pipe and a 3/4" outer pipe. The condenser is 24" long. The cooling water connections are 5/8" OD, so a 5/8" garden hose will fit them perfectly. The condenser is connected to the column by a 1/2" copper union. There is also a 2" tri clamp and gasket for attaching the column to your still. 
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 copper pot still head has a 2" stainless tri clamp ferrule that will attach to a sanke type beer keg or any of our 3 to 8 gallon boilers. The condenser is detachable and can handle anything that you throw at it.
This column also comes with the book "Moonshine" by Matthew B. Rowley. Chapter's 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."
This item comes with a 1 year warranty which covers manufacturing defects and leaks.
Disclaimer:
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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