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  1. Oval mash tun

    Dude. What can I say. I mulled this concept over since you posted it. Excellent advice. I wasn't going about it in that perspective. I definitely need to broaden my approach on this. I've done a ton more research on products I can make available, and ways to make different attachments on different stills to get what I need. My main enjoyment from this is the design and configuration of the whole thing, and the chemistry behind it, but man your right on the whole marketing thing.
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    So, raki is almost the same as grappa? They have a variation that's not flavored with anise that would be similar, right?
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    Haha thank you, I should have just looked it up myself, but it sounds interesting. Might be worth investigating
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    Pete- I'm hoping to accommodate multiple styles with the same piece of equipment. The false bottom can be removed and the circulator pump could be used instead, if needed. I kinda thought the same thing with having dead spots if it all wasn't covered in perforated stainless, but maybe there's a different way with the pieces I have. And yes, the sparge is a bit much. Haha, but I had a stainless manifold I thought would be perfect and figured I'd use all the ports, change it later if needed. Captnkb- I guess I was sorta just fishing for any input. Haha. I have a few ideas but it's always awesome to see what others would do. And what is raki?
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    Hi. This is my first time on here, and seems like an awesome community. Im currently in the process of putting a distillery together, and need a few suggestions, if anyone is willing to help. So for starters, I'll post a picture of what I have to far. It's a 110 gallon stainless steel tub, and includes a whirlpool pump. I have somewhat of a sparge arm built, and the perforated plate in the bottom are the last largest pieces of what I got. I have a ton of materials, and can probably accommodate most any design. Thanks in advance!
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