RE: [new_distillers] Re: question
MessageThe model having an integrated stand for the receiving jug has a small section of plastic tubing. I avoided this model once.The model that simply has the fan/condensor that pops off the top and the output tube on the side has no plastic in the vapour path. If you can suspend a copper scrubber in the open space near the top, to allow vapour interaction, it can have a beneficial effect. This model has no inherent reflux ability and works quite well for a brown sugar wash, making a nice white rum.I hear.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Larry
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 11:42 PM
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: question
At 08:48 PM 11/09/2007, you wrote:
>here is a question can most water distillers be made to distill our wash?
Here is an answer; "It depends on what you mean by "Made To".
They won't EVER do it WELL, and won't do it at all (not for long) without
modification, but most of them will do it.
They contain internal seals which won't tolerate high-purity alcohol.
Visit http://www.milehidi stilling. com and check out "Mr. Distiller", or
www.brewhaus. com and check out the "Easystill"
http://www.brewhaus .com/SearchResul ts.asp?Search= easystill
The only comments I've heard from Easystill owners have been "I wish I'd
bought a REAL still (like the essential extractor pot still) for about the
You can pick up the column for $90, complete with the fitting needed to put
it on a $50 beer keg.