My name is Steve and im also new to distilling, ive
been making beer for a few years and i thought it was
time to step up a level.
Ive been reading what i can on distilling and i come
across some conflicting information and i was
wondering if any one can help. I purchased a cheap 5
litre still to start off with and in the directions it
said not to let the column temperature go above 92
degrees. Im confused because im also building a larger
better quality still and in the directions for that
still it says don't let the temperature in the column
go over 80 degrees. Can some tell me which is correct
or is there different temperatures for different
stills. I was under the impression that different
temperatures in the column produce different
substances from the wash ( methanol, propanol ect).
What should the correct temperature be ?
Any advise would be appreciated.
Thanks Guys and Gals
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