3452Re: Which Still to build
- Apr 2, 2002Thanks a lot to all the guys out there that responded to my post
about which still to build. I originally chose the Moonshine-Still
due to the fact that I know nothing about distilling and because of
the vast amount of information at the site in regards to constructing
and operating the still. Seems a lot of people are using and
recommend the Nixon Stone Still. Is there a site on the Net with
plans for building and operating this type of still or should I just
stick with the Moon-shine-Still. (I decided on the Internal Reflux
model by the way!)
--- In new_distillers@y..., "Robert N" <dinks_c@y...> wrote:
> Hi Tony, great to hear you are going to build yourself a still.
> sheetie will help you out immensely. I recently built myself one
out of SS
> but went with the Nixon-Stone design. Unless you are set on
building one of
> the fine moonshine stills, then if I may, I would sway you towards
> design as I made. After researching the different designs out
> the N/S design has qualities that make it a better still, which I'm
> that many of the members here will agree with me on. If you are
> will rave on about the merits of one over the other. None the less,
> your project goes well and may you enjoy the fruits of your pursuit.
> Have a great day!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: tony6163 [mailto:tony6163@y...]
> Sent: Sunday, 31 March 2002 3:32 PM
> To: new_distillers@y...
> Subject: [new_distillers] Which Still to build
> Hello folks,
> I'm very new to this but being a metalworker by trade am in a
> position to build myself a nice still. I,ve looked at the execellent
> site www.moonshine-still.com and am going to use that gentlemans
> plans to build my still, my problem is I don't know which still to
> build. The Internal Reflux model or the Valved Reflux model, I'm
> hoping that someone here with some distilling experience can fill me
> in on which is the best still to operate.
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