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  1. Hi MG, great to hear from you. Feel free to drop us a line: info@revivalstillworks.com It would be great to touch base with you.
  2. Thanks Tim. We'll have to drop by and check out Hudson Bay's establishment next time we're in your neck of the woods!
  3. Hi Copperline, we'd be happy to chat and help you any way we can. I'll send you a PM and we can connect from there. Cheers.
  4. I have recently been working on a copper pot still that is over 100 years old and the interior of the still is coated with a layer of hand wiped tin. I didn't realize that this was a common practice on stills back in the 1800 and early 1900. I spoke to a distiller friend about this and apparently it was common on many stills back then. Does any one have any more information on this practice, when and why it was done, or have an old copper still that has been tinned on the inside. If you would share a picture or two that would be great. I am currently exploring ways to refurbish the still but the tin is an interesting challenge.
  5. Thanks Madspeed. I will work on creating more pictures and media regarding our product offerings. Cheers ๐Ÿ˜€
  6. Hi Leif, Great to see another Vancouver Islander ๐Ÿ‘
  7. Distillery Calculator Through conversations with new distillers we found that a common thread of questions consistently emerged when they were going through their planning phase. What equipment options are available to me if I want to produce X, Y spirits, and how do I leave my options open if I: Need to reduce my budget Need to increase output Need to have the equipment paid off in 2 years Want to work fewer days but maintain output Want to produce different spirits down the road Decide to produce much more of spirit X instead of spirit Y We created the Revival Distillery Calculator to help guide new distillers towards the most effective equipment based on their current and projected business goals. If you find yourself asking these same questions, we hope you find this tool useful as well. As always, if you have any questions or ideas on how we can improve the calculator please drop us a line any time. Cheers, Darcy.
  8. Hello everyone, Iโ€™d like to introduce Revival Stillworks. www.RevivalStillworks.com We are a distillery manufacturing, and consulting firm located in British Columbia, Canada. We specialize in designing and manufacturing premium handcrafted distillery equipment, with all of our stills made right here in Canada by our team of copper smiths and craftsmen. Existing distilleries looking to expand, or new distillers starting out โ€“ If you have any questions weโ€™re here to help and share information, so feel free to PM or drop us a line any time. Cheers, Darcy.
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