Re: Very large still
- Oh yes, all of that is doable. I'm assuming, of course, that he's working with about ten million dollars. This a very extreme hobby you know... I wonder if they'll take a check?
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@...> wrote:
> Hey Rum,
> Will they also help out on the 2 to 5 thousand gallon fermenter he's
> going to need or the warehouse to store the several tons of sugar if
> making a wash, or several tons of grain if doing grain alcohol? Also he
> might want to look into some really big industrial size cookers for
> mashing or turning all that sugar into syrup.
> On second thought, he might also want to look into a bottling plant too.
> Vino es Veritas,
> Jim aka Waldo.
> Now if only someone can help me figure out how to read an
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "rumrunner1616"
> <meriwetherdistilleries@> wrote:
> > If you'd like a consultation on really high quality large stills I'd
> check out Christian CARL or Bavarian Holstein. The will build a turnkey
> distillery for you or I'd imagine work with you in building it yourself.
> Just a heads up they charge a pretty penny, around $250k for a still
> house built around a 1000L still. I can only imagine what they'd charge
> for a 1000 Gallons. Either way, I think they'd be the people with the
> technology you're looking for.
> > --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "x_c_2" x_c_2@ wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello I am here looking for advice. I enjoy my hobby of distilling
> and have done lots of research on the subject so I am not a newbie. I
> tend to take my hobbies to the extreme so here is my question for your
> great minds to ponder. I would like to build a 1000 gallon still that
> will have the capability to produce 95% pure (or as close as I can get)
> ethanol at the rate of 10 gallons per hour. I would also like the
> ability to produce whatever proof I choose. My question is about the
> still design, heating elements, power, column diameter, packing etc. I
> have some preliminary design ideas but I wanted to see what the experts
> have to say. So, any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
> > >