Re: Amazing still?
Baker's right on with the small still suggestion.
For one based on a glass coffeepot, look on Homedistiller.org, under
flavouring/gin, and scroll about 1/5 of the way down to the stovetop
still. It'll give you a ~1.5 liter potstill, that you can use to try
all kinds of washes. I use mine just for making gin essence.
You can make it easily in an afternoon, for very little cost.
Zymurgy Bob, a simple potstiller
--- In email@example.com, "gff_stwrt" <gff_stwrt@...> wrote:
> Hi, doug,
> You could make a simple pot still with a paint can or similar (don't
> know how highly recommended it is but that's what I use for a boiler,
> though I get a new one for free quite often)---
> Heat it on a gas ring (of proper strength and stability of course).
> I haven't made a reflux still yet.
> If you are interested you will get advice on the group as to the
> simpler and cheaper condensers, etc.
> The Baker