Re: [new_distillers] still?
- use a pressure cooker and a piece of bent copper pipe with a plastic (thin)
wraped around it for the water jacket
or the old wok in the tiop of the old pot trick (very bad still i think)
or go down to your local retailer and use a 15 liter stock pot and bent
copper pipe heated on the stove inside
i reckon i could build a not bad pot still for 30 australian dollars
(just like my first one (hehehe))
> From: mastat04@...I was wondering if anyone knew of a still that could be constructed from
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> Subject: [new_distillers] still?
> Date: Thursday, November 30, 2000 5:33
household materials, or knew of somewhere that sold real cheap stills, any
info. will be appreciated.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, mastat04@a... wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone knew of a still that could be constructedfrom
> household materials, or knew of somewhere that sold real cheapstills, any
> info. will be appreciated.You can make one out of some copper tubing and a seafood stock pot...
If you want I can send you a picture of mine that I made that way.
It is a pot still and it isn't the fastest, but it works well. I'll
attach it as soon as I get home.