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  1. $10,000 - Selling my 500L Hoga. I had a water bath built, with direct fire natural gas burners. Heat up time is about 2 hours and the run time can be as quick as 3 hours and as slow as 8 hours depending on how many of the plates you're using and how hard you're running the dephlegmator. It has a column with up to 10 removable plates, and then a dephlegmator above the condenser. I've been able to do stripping runs, finishing runs, whisky, rum, short runs of vodka and brandy on this unit, and its size pairs very well with my stripping still. The water bath helps keep the quality high on your final product. $6000 - 600 gallon custom stripping still. I purchased the 600 gallon double walled and jacketed tank, added a 2hp agitator with a bronze boat prop and a mechanical variable drive (wired for 110V right now but can be rewired for 220V), put a 3" column and built a copper coiled condenser out of a propane tank. I've used it with a direct fire burner that is included, it was designed to evenly apply heat over a large area across the bottom to reduce hot spots and burning. This still will need to get the column reattached after being moved into place. $3000 - 10hp meadow mills hammer mill model5 with fan discharge for flour. This unit is single phase 220V so it can work anywhere, you can even run it off of a generator easily! I have 1/16" screen and 1/4" screen. The hammer mill will need new cloth bags to catch the grain, while being stored I had some rats chew through them. $500 - 1,000# +/-0.2lbs NTEP pallet scale. I went for the lower weight to get higher accuracy. I would be willing to sell everything together with a bundle price or each piece separately. I used the large still as a mash tun, so all you would need potentially is a pump and some fermenters to get your distillery started. I could process 1500# of grain per mash/stripping run and 3000# of potatoes the one time I made a potato vodka.
  2. 1000L Still Dragon Baine Marie Kettle with Agitator. Used for 2 years. $11,500 obo. Retail price is $14,000. Column is not included in the sale. Located in Denver, Colorado 406-861-7501
  3. Hollow Spirits

    My experience with Corson Distilling

    Well we ordered our 400 gallon distilling system from Corson Distilling over a year ago... and to no ones surprise... no still. Due to legal proceedings taking place I cannot comment in detail. But if you have already ordered from them... get a lawyer now. If you haven't ordered yet and are considering going with Corson, make sure to read the ADI comments and re-read them so that you are up to speed on what to expect (or not expect). Unfortunately, ADI had taken down the comments about Corson when we were doing our research. Feel free to email me for information. I will share the facts of what we have experienced. I am also including the link below to an article in the Idaho Statesman which really sheds light on the business practices and dangers associated with the products if you haven't been convinced by the comments posted in ADI. Donna@HollowSpirits.com http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/business/article187541748.html
  4. Selling Complete Still, Fermenter, 2 Receiving tanks and pump. $29,000 for entire package. -200 Gallon Pro Series Mash Tun Stripping/Spirit Still 10” diameter copper 4 plate column offset on one side boiler 10” diameter stainless stripping column offset on other side boiler Includes agitator (centered on boiler) -200 Gallon Pro Series Fermenter with Cooling jackets on two sides -10 GPM Flexible Impeller Jabsco Mash Pump -90 Gallon Receiving Tank transfer barrel SS304 Any inquires please private message or email hmongbros.distillery@gmail.com
  5. Hello, We are scaling our operation to a larger Hagyo Distilling still and have our current automated available still for sale. The still is 119 Gallons (450 Liters) and consists of a pot, reflux column, and condenser. The still has been in operation for two years and has been used to rectify GNS and distill grain, fruit, and vegetable mashes. Highly efficient column design and automation give you precise controls of the distillation process. Please send me a message if interested. Asking price is $69,500. Marat
  6. ABL

    Iso ALL THE THINGS

    Hello! Looking to start soon and trying to buy as much as possible, used. Will be checking back daily. Thanks!
  7. alanchristopher89

    fusion pneumatic mixer/phda-5fl

    I have a fusion phda-f5fl pneumatic mixer. this is a ul and fire rated mixer. mixer is in like new and never used condition. direct from fusion these are 3850.00 I will be asking 2000 or best offer
  8. Hi there, I am a newbie, both to this forum and to distillation in general. And I am about to set forth on one of the biggest ventures of my life: to build my own distillery from ground-up. I design things and my friend will do the metal works. My friend seems very sure of what he will be doing. But I am not. So I am here asking for your help! (Why from ground-up, you may ask. Well, a short answer is: I couldn't find any ready-built distilling equipment suitable for the place where we put our distillery.) I've just spent the last two months laboring on numbers and drawing, going from one equation to another and back. The whole process was much more convoluted than presented below as I didn't know much from the start. But here it is: 1. 500 liter still (132 gallons). This is the starting point. 2. It requires 115K BTU to bring 500 liters of 60/40 mixture of water and ethanol (40% abv) to boiling point and 755K BTU to vaporize them ALL (latent heat). (I don’t do strip run, only still run with 40abv spirit). Hence, a total of 870000 BTU is required to vaporize all 500 liters of this mixture. 3. One distillation run will take 8 hours (I just pick a number to fit into a day of work). Hence, a steam source of 109K BTUh (BTU in one hour) is needed. 4. The steam will come from a wood/coal-fired steam boiler. I did a search on “heat content of wood” and pick this number, 12MMBTU/cord (3.625m3). From there, it would need 0.03 m3 (1 ft3) of wood to generate 109K BTU. The firebox, therefore, must be big enough to burn, at least, this much wood in one hour. This is the easiest requirement 😊 5. I design a firebox, and blower and secondary combustion chamber, etc…, to burn three times that much, i.e: burning 0.9 m3 (3 ft3) of wood in one hour to generate 327K BTUh. Assume that only 70%, or 229K BTUh, of this heat acctually goes into making steam. 6. Latent heat of water is 2141 BTU/kg. With 229K BTU, the boiler can generate 107kg steam in 1 hour, equivalent to 6.8 BHP (1 boiler horse power = 15.65 kg/h of steam). Now come the confusing parts: 7. Jason Funk at Hughes Machinery states in his Basic Boiler presentation that for vertical firetube boilers, like the one I am building, every BHP needs 3 ft2 of heating surface. So my boiler would need 6.8 BHP x 3 ft2/BHP = 20.4 ft2, or 1.9 m2, of heating surface. I’ll add another 50%, bring the total of heating surface to 2.85 m2, to be on the safe side. 8. I omitted the actual calculation with the heat transfer equations and went with an estimation from CheCalc.com and the Titan Metal Fabrication websites to derive the length and surface for the immersion coil in the still. If all 500 liters in the still are water, hence 489 kg, then I would need 0.78 m2 of cooling surface to raise the water temperature from 20C to boiling point in 1 hour. I plan to use 22.1mm diameter copper tube and that brings me to a total 11.3 m of tubes. I’ll make it 20 m, to be safe again. 9. Last part: Condensing tubes. I plan to use the same amount of tubes that are in the still, i.e.: 20 m2 of 22.1mm diameter copper tube. As said, I have gone back and forth countless times between these numbers, checked them against multiple formulas and/or website (which I am glad to provide if asked). At this point, I am very much comfortable with them. But again, I have never done this before. There is still a lingering doubt in my mind, of course. I will (forever) be grateful to anyone who has the patience and/or knowledge to examine these numbers for me. If they are indeed bogus numbers, I really don't want to spend a couple grand on them before knowing... Thank you! Khoi
  9. SOLD!!! PRICE REDUCED TO $10,000. The pot and helmet are worth this much! Price: $12,500. Brand new still with copper helmet, two columns (16 plates) and more. Decided to go in a different direction. Electric heat (4 ports). See attached for exact specs. Upgraded parts, fixtures and even boiler thickness. Feel free to call or text. 510-557-2917. Serious inquiries only please. Crated and ready to go (crate never even opened). EXW shipping. Equipment in Greenville, SC [Untitled].pdf Updated drawing of 300liter still.pdf
  10. Hi all, Our distillery is looking to buy our first still. We are looking for a 150-250 gallon electric still, preferably bane marie style oil bath. Agitator is a plus. Thanks!
  11. Thediamonddistiller

    200l column still

    200l 4 column still. We have grown out of this still. This still is capable of making great whiskeys, bourbons, rums ect. Comes with control panel and agitator! The still was only used a few times before purchasing a larger still, no leaks works great! Asking $13,250 obo. Call or text 609-313-8886
  12. I have closed my distillery so I am selling everything together. I have a 150L (40gallon) three plate Kothe still. three stainless steel fermenters mash tank Carrier steam boiler natural gas or propane Grain mill used twice Fruit masher used once approx. 5 100L stainless steel tanks for alcohol approx. 10 50L stainless steel tanks for alcohol single head bottle filler approx 1,000 bottles approx 5 five gallon unused whiskey barrels Selling as is where is. Located in Connecticut. It is in storage and not hooked up. Asking $55,000 Any questions feel free to ask. message an i'll send you some pics.
  13. flyhigher87

    Pulsing Still

    Hey guys hope all is well. So I'm in the middle of a vodka run and my distillate is pulsing. By this I mean, the distillate will completely stop for like 10-15 seconds and then all of a sudden open the flood gates for like 5 seconds. This has only happened once before on a previous run. Normally my still is pretty steady stream a little variation in flow rate but nothing this drastic. My still is a small 50 gallon it has four plates and a large random packed section with copper scrubbers and raschig rings. I am running a dephlag with little trickle of water through it to maintain 95% abv. So Why is my distillate flow rate so crazy today?? thank you.
  14. I have a full almost turn key distilling equipment package that has never been run brand new out of the box for sale that includes the following items: -150 Gallon Artisan Still with 4 plate column -300 Gallon Artisan Mash Tun -(4) 300 Gallon custom made cypress open top fermentors -(1) 75 Gallon custom made cypress yeast tank - 20HP Columbia boiler with blow down tank as well as feed water tank -(4) stainless steel collection tanks -5HP Columbia boiler Why wait for months to have your still built when you can get what you need now our plans changed so if your going into or expanding your distilling business here is a great opportunity to get what you need for a great price and no waiting. I prefer to sell this as a package but will consider breaking it up for the right price. Its not often that an opportunity like this comes around to be able to have the equipment you need without waiting months to have it built, so if your in the market act fast so you don't miss out. Once the deal is signed ill send all the serial numbers so you can get right on having the equipment permitted so not to have any delays and you can be in production ASAP. The buyer is responsible for all shipping and handling charges that is not included in the price of the equipment. The equipment in located in Kinston, NC and invite anyone interested to come by our facility if your in the area to check it out with your own eyes. Whole Package $150,000 obo!! Pictures available upon request please feel free to contact me with serious questions or offers Lee@sugarhillgrain.com CHEERS Y'ALL
  15. No13Distilling

    Electric Stripping Still?

    I'm starting up a (very) micro distillery and looking for a solution for an electric stripping still. We're going to be distilling off-grain with electric heat to start to avoid the need for a boiler system. I've got my spirit still sizing/sourcing figured out but I'm having trouble sorting out where to buy/source my stripping still. I need 1000L capacity minimum and I'm trying to avoid a bain marie style still. Most companies I've talked to are recommending not to use electric elements in the stripping still to avoid scorching, but I know people who are using electric with low watt density elements and having no issues or off flavours. Thoughts? Recommendations for companies who can provide such a still?
  16. ozgur

    Bourbon distilling cuts % abv

    I use pot still to make distillation . Head finished 83%, hearts 79% end. How could you get lower degree than I collected by using flute still. I dont get it, could you answer me... My Calculation cuts: %14 head, %65 hearts ex:7:25 chapter: Thanks...
  17. SOLD TO A VERY NICE HOME Hey everyone! We're almost ready to receive our new still so it's time to re-post this beauty This still was awesome for me. It enabled me to grow my business for 3 years before investing in a huge system. I was able to stay fully electric for years, significantly cutting down my initial investment costs. I was able to run everything on one still, stripping ferments, spirit runs, gin runs and rum all in one place. In year 2 I added an electric continuous stripping still and that kept me going all the way to the end of year 3. Now its time to go big, and pass this starter system on. (I'm not selling the continuous stripper yet, but we can talk if you're interested) We will run this still 6 days a week right up to when we turn it off. If the buyer wants to come down and see it in action, we'd be happy to provide on-site training for a few days. Perfect for a startup Now the deets: Artisan Still Design (ASD) Delivered Nov 2014 60 Gallon Series 1 Modular Still Computer Controlled with integrated electric heat and Dephlegmator controll (can be run full-manual) 304 Stainless steel boiler, electric Baine Marie Heat (3 x 4500W Elements) - easily run on steam if you want 16 plate fully versatile stainless column with copper caps French Brandy style copper helmet Custom designed in-line Gin Basket 2hp CIP system Fully Versatile from stripping to gin/rum/whiskey/brandy and vodka on 1 still! Located on Vancouver Island in BC, Canada V9N7S7 Ready for pickup in Feb $25K USD We'll take it apart for you, but buyer is responsible for costs associated with crating and shipping Shoot me an email for questions (delete the spaces ) Dave @ WaywardOrder . com
  18. Red Pine

    Electric Steam Generator

    Has anyone looked into using an electric steam generator for heating their mash tun and/or still? I'm just starting to look at this option and wanted to see if anyone has experience on the matter. A boiler would be great, but I'm in a rental space in which I don't plan to stay in past 3-5 years and I'd also be responsible for installing and subsequently removing everything I alter while I occupy the space. This seems like a reasonable alternative to get the steam heating I desire and still keep my impact on the space low.
  19. No13Distilling

    Spirit Still Cooling System

    Couldn't find a good thread about this topic, so I figured I'd start one. What are people using to cool their condenser/dephleg on their spirit still? city water? recirculation? glycol? I'm weighing my options and would love to see what people have found to work best!
  20. 3_19_18 M&S SALES LISTING ALL PRICES NEGOTIABLE.pdf Millers and Saints Distillery is stopping production. We are selling all equipment, and the brand. Everything can be yours. Let us know what it is worth to you. This pricing does not include delivery. See all items as listed in the pdf. The owner/distillers at Millers and Saints Distillery of Saint Louis Park, MN are moving out of the spirits business and focusing on other aspects of the beverage industry. As a result, we have Distilling equipment and a Branding Package for sale. MADE IN THE USA. -STILL - We are asking $40,000.00 The still is a 300gal copper top, steam jacketed pot still with a 14 plate 12 gauge copper column with 4 inch windows to the side. The column has a 16 gauge, 304 dimple copper jacketed deflegmator at the top and feeds into a 28 pipe, water cooled, stainless steel condenser. Dual temperature gauges at the top of the still and column allow exacting temperature awareness. The column and condenser are connected to a stainless steel frame for a compact and stable configuration. The still piping is configured to allow inline use of the column for higher proof spirits or a valve controlled bypass for lower proof spirits. The still, column and condenser were made in the USA by Global Stainless of Canby, Oregon. Global Stainless has a long history of providing exceptional equipment to the American and Canadian beer and spirits industries. The still has been in operation for under 4 years and has been run less than 150 times. It is in perfect working order. The still needs about a 10hp low pressure boiler (or equivalent) for full operation and is 14 feet tall when fully erected and piped.. Still will be dismantled and crated. Crating will take 24 hours. Buyer is responsible for arranging shipment within 2 weeks of purchase. Measurement equipment, barrels, racks, pump, office equipment, and electronic production data forms, formulas and templates. -The Branding Package includes all established rights to the name as well as approved labels and logo, branding iron, formulas and website. Individual item can be negotiated and purchased. SEE ATTACHED PDF for details. Ron Olney. Distiller Contact us at: ron.olney@millersandsaints.com
  21. Dehner Distillery

    Continuous Stills

    Did you know we build continuous stills? We have several types and we build them custom to what works best for the customer. We computer model each and every unit for maximum performance. We tune each one and run it on a computer model before starting the first weld. We have a couple new turn key models coming out that will be skid mount with steam generator (or no steam generator) for simple use. We are currently completing our line of single pass continuous stills, no more just stripping, now do just one and done! Plus the best thing is these will sell for a very very inexpensive price tag as compared to what is on the market now, not to mention that are through put of GPM is 5 times more than what is out on the market. I will be posting pics soon of my current continuous still build right here in IOWA. We are building one of the largest continuous stills for any micro distillery in North America, maybe the world. Capable of operating at just over 30 gallons per minute, tuned at 17 gpm. Able to distill down 9000 gallons in about 8-9 hours. Big 6" sight glasses (2 per tray 180degress apart) so you can look right thought it, complete with LED lights, and go pro cameras. Also, a custom 550g pot still. Stay tuned. Joseph@dehnerdistillery.com 515-559-4879
  22. Distillerie du St. Laurent

    Specific Mechanical

    We just bought A full copper pot still and a mash tun from Specific Mechanical In BC, Canada. On time delivery, excellent support during installation and startup even dough we are located 6 provinces appart! Great design team also as we were a bit picky on the look of our equipment! I would recommend them to anybody and I will surely buy my next still there! You can see there work on our website distilleriedustlaurent.com and on our Facebook page!
  23. Taconic Distillery

    Continuous Column Still FOR SALE

    A. The system was designed for around 200 gallons per hour of feed at around 10% alcohol. I do not think it is all that important how much alcohol is in the wash, but the feed rate can be probably a low of 100 to maybe a high of 250-300. At a 200 gallon-per-hour feed rate, that would be slightly over three gallons a minute going in. The product passes through a pipe in a pipe heat exchanger where it would be heated up from the fermentation temperature to approximately 150°F entering the top of the beer column. I would recommend you set the pipe in a pipe heat exchanger horizontal rather than vertical. In the event you shut it down without completely emptying it, you will not plug it up in the bottom elbows. B. The steam addition to the unit would be around 300 pounds per hour, the equivalent of about 10 horsepower of steam. A 22 horse power boiler unit that would run at about eight to 10 usage with plenty of steam for mashing. This steam should heat the bottom of the column to approximately 215-217°F, and I would have a dial thermometer at the bottom or a couple of plates up from the bottom of this column to validate that temperature for good viewing from ground level. You will also run about three psig in the bottom of the beer column when all of the trays are adequately filled. The steam can be controlled with a control valve to temperature at the bottom of the column or manually run with a hand-operated steam globe valve. If you are feeding the column with a positive displacement pump of some kind, like a Tuthill or something along those lines, you can also run the steam in manual and the column will be fairly stable. C. The 200 gallons an hour input, minus the ethanol boiled out, plus the direct inject steam condensate will result in approximately 200 gallons an hour out the bottom of the beer column. This product will be approximately 215°F, and when it cross-flows with the beer going in, it will be cooled down to somewhere around 150°F. Again, I would recommend a small lobe pump (Tuthill or equal) to pump the bottom product--a VFD drive on the electric motor will allow for variable speed?and take the product through the heat exchanger and discharged. The vapors off the top of the beer column are then transferred through the three-inch line to the bottom of the rectifier, and they will be approximately 100 proof. D. The bottom product off the rectifier column, which is the second column, will be approximately 100 proof and will return back to the top of the beer column. This system originally had a 1/8th horsepower centrifugal pump that pumped off the bottom of the rectifier to the top of the beer column and was more of a continuous running, maintain empty function. In order to make the 190 proof off the top of the rectifier column, there was cooling of the vapors to create a certain level of reflux. That would be for every three gallons of vapor going up the column, two gallons were condensed and returned back down the column for cooling. This was accomplished by controlling the flow of water through the coil in the top of the rectifier column coming in at (E) and coming out at (F). The flow here is calculated to be about 20 gallons per minute with a 20° temperature rise. Since this is making whiskey there is no need to run water through points (E) and (F). The vapors off the top of the rectifier column go over to the condenser where the final ethanol vapors are condensed. The flow in the product condenser, on the other hand, is not controlled. G & H. The cooling water going into (G) would be somewhere around 15 gallons per minute, and it would have about a 10° temperature rise at that flow rate. It would come out at (H) and either go to drain or to some type of a small cooling tower. Either way, this does give you a general idea of the water needed for the condenser. Below G&H will be another set of condensing tubes. If you return some product from the bottom of the beer column to this set of tubes, it will evaporate the heads and allow you to collect from the top copper tube on the side of the condenser. The copper tube below that is really for temp reassurance. I. Based on the 200 gallons an hour input at 10% ethanol, you will have somewhere between 20 and 22 gallons per hour of ethanol produced from (I) at 140-160 proof. The bottom part of that condenser was intended to be a small reservoir to hold the product. Then it was pumped from there to storage somewhere. For info - pjc@taconicdistillery.com $15K OBO
  24. CELY

    Equipment Needed

    Hi, We're looking for the following items: Five 1800 gallon (minimum) jacketed fermenters Two Batch tanks at 1400 gallons, jacketed, with agitators One Batch Tank at 800 gallons, jacketed, with agitator Jacketed storage tank - 800 gallon to 1200 gallon 800 to 1000 liter gauging tank. Need one, but would consider three if they are identical 300 gallon still with condenser, botanical tray a plus Thanks
  25. Jgambrell

    100 Gallon Still

    For Sale 100 gallon HBS Copper Still $17,000 100 gallon copper pot capable of using a 6” distillation column, Heated with 4 5500w elements Fusion Fluid explosion proof agitator with 1/2hp, 1725rpm motor 1 4” 2 Plate Column 1 4” Dephlegmator 1 Condensor 1 Parrot 4 element boxes 1 Control Box: Each element has a switch, 3 have variable control of amperage output If interested email mgambrell17@gmail.com
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