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8 Gallon Copper Moonshine Still w/2" Copper & Stainless Whiskey Column & cooling

8 Gallon Copper Moonshine Still w/2" Copper & Stainless Whiskey Column & cooling

  • $ 553.77

This 8 gallon Copper Moonshine Still has it all! Tri clamp port for electric heating element adapter, tri clamp and cover plate, or you can fire it with a propane burner. This still cannot be heated with induction heat.  This copper and stainless pot still column is capable of making Rum, Whiskey and Bourbon. The column is all copper with a stainless jacket on the condenser. The column is 13 3/4" long and the condenser is 32" long. 

This still comes with the cooling kit for the condenser

This still comes with: 

Carrying handles

Top quality construction with beautifully rounded curves

Built from heavy gauge 304 food grade stainless steel

Polished to a mirror finish inside and out

Copper pot still column with detachable copper condenser with stainless jacket

Port for heating element adapter 

Thermo port and commercial grade thermometer with 3" face

2" Column connection

Built in copper Liebig condenser

8 Gallon boiler measures 21.5" tall x 12-3/4" diameter, 14-1/4" diameter including the outside port

The 24 gauge copper stills that you see elsewhere on the internet are so thing that you can take your hands and crush them like a huge beer can.  The Chinese stainless stills and the stills made from cook pots are even worse. The stainless in them is as thin as paper. If you flip a 24 gauge copper still or one of the cheap stainless stills with your thumb and forefinger it will make a dent. If you punch this stainless milk can boiler with your fist, you might break your fist but there won't be a dent. My stills and still boilers are made from heavy guauge stainless and are built to last a lifetime.

This item comes with a 1 year warranty which covers manufacturing defects and leaks.

Built to Last!

Hand it down to Future Generations!

This still also comes with the book "Moonshine" by Matthew B. Rowley. Chapters include: Equipment; Ingredients; The Process; Fundamentals of Distilling; Operating a Pot Still; Whiskeys: Grain-Based Recipes; Now That You've Made It: Moonshine Based Recipes."

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