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Re: Totally New Guy looking for some advice/direction

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    30 liters fermentation bucket can be used as a cheap boiler. Heating element from electric kettle is a cheap way to heat it. 10mm pipe through the air lock
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 21, 2004
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      30 liters fermentation bucket can be used as a cheap boiler. Heating
      element from electric kettle is a cheap way to heat it. 10mm pipe
      through the air lock washer and bending downwards. Liebig condenser
      around that pipe and you're done. total cost 20-30 euros.

      Greetz, Riku

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, atravisty@y... wrote:
      > Hello all,
      >
      > I'm new to this group and have read several posts, but while I'm no
      > idiot, still not totally clear on how to build a small still. I
      > would just like to distill the wines I make (both fruit and grape
      > based) into liquor. I guess they'd be brandy by definition. I
      have
      > looked at a couple of designs (actually several) on the web, and am
      > closing in on a couple of different options.
      >
      > Can anyone offer any feedback on the Amazing Still
      > (http://www.amazingstill.com) or the Tea Pot Still on
      > homedistiller.org.
      >
      > I am just wanting to make some moderate alcohol content product,
      not
      > some clear high alcohol product. If you have any advice on how to
      > make a simple still for me to accomplish these goals, please let me
      > know. This is something I've always been curious about and would
      > love to attempt to do.
      >
      > Feel free to post here, or e-mail me directly.
      >
      > Thanks for your time and best wishes.
      >
      > T
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