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8 Gallon Moonshine Still with 2" Stainless Reflux Column

  • $ 479.09

This 8 gallon Still has it all! Tri Clamp port, with electric heating element adapter, Tri Clamp and Cover Plate, or you can fire it with a Propane Burner. It is made with high grade, polished stainless steel.
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
  • Port for heating element adapter
  • Thermowell and Commercial grade thermometer with 3" face 
  • 2" Column Connection with Stainless Reflux Column
  • Copper packing for Column
  • Reflux Column will produce up to 190 proof
The 24 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 24 gauge copper still with your thumb and fore finger 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.
This item comes with a 1 year warranty which covers manufacturing defects and leaks.
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 use 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.
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."

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Steve M.
Suprising quality

Recieved and cleaned before 1st run. Finish is highly polished but definately needed cleaning before running first time. Heavy guage and well built to last. It is everything I expected only better. First run was water only. 2nd run was a sugar wash, still was very controlable during process.


I am overwhelmed with the 8 gallon 2" still. It arrived in perfect condition. The quality was is absolutely top notch! The still is entirely made of stainless steel. You just can't beat the value of Affordable Distillation equipment

Steven B.
Awesome quality!

This still is outstanding. Heavy gage stainless, beautiful finish, works great! Great value!

Dave M.
Fantastic quality at a fair price!!!

I received my 8 gallon 2" still in perfect condition. The quality was even better than I expected. When you are buying a product made entirely of stainless steel, you get what you pay for and buyer be VERY aware when buying the chap's out there. You just can't beat the value of Affordable Distillation equipment. Dave

given this a workout

bought mine online 11 months ago...... i first ran it through some paces by distilling water (i "was" a novice to distillation), then when i finally got my ancillary items needed i started my rum project. i live close to a sugar mill so access to cheap and fresh molasses is a snap. This still is a high quality item, heavy gauge is used throughout and so far i've not found a weak spot. i have not used the upper double jacket reflux portion but i have used varying amounts of copper mesh within the column. Here are some stats that probably anyone can achieve....... stripping run with 4"copper mesh 55%ABV, stripping run w/o any packing (a strictly "column" run), 48%ABV. single pass stripping run w 4"copper mesh and feints from two previous strip/spirits run, gave me a 74%ABV of hearts. spirit run w no mesh 80%ABV. stripping run w 8"copper mesh = 60%ABV in the hearts. Hope this helps...... i am very very happy with my purchase. i purchased a parrot also but did not realize it's made to use in-line with connectors in the input and the drain below the collection column, since it's not free standing i've had to improvise a support

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