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Re: [new_distillers] Re: Amazing Plastic Still

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  • Henry Stamp
    thanks again riku. i ll let you know how it goes once i get the parts and put em together. -henry
    Message 1 of 11 , Sep 28, 2005
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      thanks again riku. i'll let you know how it goes once i get the parts
      and put em together. -henry


      abbababbaccc wrote:

      >Yes, it will work. I've stripped many whiskey mashes with mine.
      >Usually even on the grains as it won't scorch (much). I haven't done
      >double distillation with amazing still, but some people have reported
      >good results while making calvados. Just run the still at higher
      >temperature. I have a schego titanium 300W heater in mine with
      >internal thermostat cutting off at 80C, gives plenty of flavor and is
      >easy to clean.
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      >- Riku
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      >--- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, Henry Stamp <henrystamp@g...>
      >wrote:
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      >>i meant to ask, would this work for making whisky and schnapps?
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      >I'd be
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      >>using to strip my wine first with this, then run the 30% through my
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      >2
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      >>gallon stovetop pot still. will the distillate from this have
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      >enough
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      >>flavor compounds leftover to make an interesting whiskey, or does
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      >it
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      >>produce a pretty clean ethanol/water mix? form the
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      >amazingstill.com site:
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      >>" Already have a still? *This plastic still is great to pre-distill
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      >your
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      >>mash.* As there is *no boiling involved*, the alcohol produced has
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      >very
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      >>little fusel oils in it, and is much more fun to distill than an
      >>ordinary mash."
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      >>but in whiskey making i want those oils dont i?
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      >>thanks.
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      >>-henry
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      >>abbababbaccc wrote:
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      >>>Hi Dean,
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