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  1. 200 liters is just under 53 gallons actually.
  2. iStill has a mini now. 6 liters if that helps otherwise there is the manual 100 liter.
  3. My $0.02 is continuous stills are great. If you own a pot still as it is, then the solution is to add fermentation capacity and a continuous still that will output enough low wines in one go to fill the 2500 liter still you have. This way you get the pot still flavor you are looking for in your final product. As stated, that's my $0.02
  4. The 1.2 is factoring for the additional heads and tails you lose in Vodka production.
  5. Chlorine evaporates, check out this article. https://sciencing.com/remove-chlorine-from-water-4516999.html
  6. You will want aerate the add anti foaming agent before distilling and kegged beer.
  7. The real reason to use organic sources in my opinion is so that when you distill your spirits you aren't just condensing the pesticides that came on your substrate. They can travel through the still and some evaporate at similar temperatures. Use a Mass spec to test for contamination.
  8. Contact Odin of iStill.
  9. Check out the NextGen iStill equipment. https://www.youtube.com/user/OdiniStill
  10. I have been wondering about this as well at least for locally sold product. I am on a small island as well and shipping is crazy. Has anyone successfully reused painted bottles?
  11. I just sent an email to GS1 directly and will let you know if there is any useful info.
  12. Looks great. I can't wait to use the Next Gen equipment at the next class in Utah.
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