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  1. Never used all-stainless insulated Lauter Mash tun. 420gal/1600ltr capacity (60" x 40"). Dished top and bottom with false removable floor. Top mounted agitator, rake and plough for easy emptying. Top mounted manway and front man door. This is part of a system to produce 1 x53 gallon per batch. Purchases to arrange collection from Colorado $12,500
  2. We can do these with steam jacket or steam injected. However you prefer it. We can build this to your specs.. give us a call today for your stainless mash tuns or fermenters today. We can offer fermenters from 150 gallon to 1500 gallon. Please feel free to call us at 270-906-9595 Jerrod can help you with what ever you need. Below is a short video of a 300 gallon. More things to come soon. https://youtu.be/OgnYjc45Nls
  3. Looking for a 150 - 200 gallon Mash/Lauter tun. Need to have: rake system with a false bottom in order to separate grains. electric heating, would be nice if it it jacketed, oil with elements inside the jacket Please reply with pictures, technical drawings and prices if possible
  4. bcoutts

    Mash pH

    Seeking help with my mash profile. After heating and holding the mash (all wheat) and adding the alpha enzymes my pH is above 6.2. I know this is the high end for alpha but the enzymes seemed to work well (no starch). I added some citric acid to get the pH down but after adding 300g the pH had only dropped to 5.6 - still above the beta-amylase sweet spot. I am using carbon filtered city water - any ideas of how to get the mash pH down to where the betas would be happy? Thanks.
  5. Closing up shop, selling my distilling kit. 300 gallon Hybrid still from Trident Stills, with gin basket. 500 gallon mash tank with bottom mixer, both are hooked upS to Peerless 380k btu propane boiler. Can sell the whole setup as a kit for $65K. quick and easy want to get started. Will include piping and controls. Will separate if I have too. Also have Fermentation Tanks, Storage tanks, a Three bottle vacuum filler, and other items. Email me at Ken@Spiritsofoldbennington.com
  6. Need additional production capacity for your spirits brand? Planning to launch a new brand and want to lay down whiskey to age now? Looking to purchase high quality bulk whiskey from a more unique supplier or to have your custom mash bill recipe made for you? Southern Distilling Company offers custom contract distilling in our state-of-the-art, grain-to-glass craft distillery. Unlike the competition, we give you the opportunity to create a truly unique product in a collaborative production environment, at a competitive price point, with custom mash bill orders in quantities as low as 50 barrels. $925/barrel for traditional bourbon mash bill, $975/barrel for traditional rye whiskey mash bill. Custom orders receive custom pricing, volume discounts start at 50 barrels. In addition to bulk spirits production, we offer a full suite of additional services, including long term barrel storage, co-packaging, product development and more. Get in Touch to Get Distilling and have Your Product Made Your Way. Southern Distilling Company - Makers of Southern Star Bourbon Whiskeys.mp4 Southern Distilling Company Contract Distilling.pdf
  7. Does anyone have experience making rye whiskey? If so, can you describe some of the major differences in mash bill or procedure that made a successful rye? After two extremely low-yield batches, I am scouring for resources on rye whiskey. I have not had much luck finding detailed information. If you know of any good books, journals, or websites on rye whiskey (particularly the mash) please let me know.
  8. On very important piece of equipment is a quality grain mill. This is a perfect mill for any operation. It is a CS Bell #2 with a new 7hp motor. 208/230 single phase. I have all screens from course to powder. The blower will move the grind to a separate location, like milling outside and dumping directly into the mash tun. Less work, more efficient. Works perfect and will last many, many years, the bearings are greaseable and all hammers are in place. $1200, FOB
  9. We are going to be running jacketed 250 and 150 gallon stills. In lieu of a chiller, does anyone have experience crash cooling with ice? Any reason this wouldn’t be ideal? We reduce our initial water in the mash by the amount of ice we’ll add. Once we’ve added malt or amylase and thinned the mash, adding ice to get us to pitching temp as quickly as possible. Thoughts?
  10. We were talked into a plate press to separate beer liquid from mash solids. Has anyone used this method?. We are not having any positive results. The plate filters clog up about 1/2 way through the plate stack, so that only some of the plate cavities are dry pressed, the others are a floury mess. I have heard that several breweries are using this method but the ones I have talked to are pressing/filtering pre fermentation. They also say that they grind their flour quit fine which makes me wonder why our press is clogging up?. We are coarse grinding. The system was designed using samples of our mash and process information. JOHN BROOKS and MICRONICS have given us very little assistance since the Plate Press was dropped off (3 months late). John Brooks had a pump technician drop by for a day to review the AODD pump which is working correctly but she had no knowledge of Plate Press operation. We installed a HUGE 7.5 HP compressor to maximize our air needs. Our plates are always stacked 1-3,1-3, we have tried short stacking, slower-faster feed rates on the AODD pump and AIR COMPRESSOR, premixing the mash slurry so pumping is consistant. Any ideas? Thanks, Doug
  11. Hi there, We are making whisky with a grain-in process. The mash is pumped from the mash tun to the fermenter with a centrifugal pump and stays there without agitation. After a week the grain is settled at the bottom and the husk is floating dry at the top. It is a hell of a job to pump this to the still after it is settled. I am thinking about using a lobe pump but I am not sure this will work with the solid at the bottom. The other solution would be to add an agitator to keep the mash homogeneity. Does anyone ever had this problem with a grain-in process? Did you try a lobe pump or other solution? Thanks!
  12. vodkaman

    New equipment

    I have a budget 70-150k I want a copper still is a must. Fermenters stainless steel. And want to be able to produce large amounts if needed with this budget please recomend all products you suggest and company's that you would stay away from.
  13. I was reading the Artisan Spirit magazine the other day and the article written by Wilderness Trail Distillery on cranking out the maximum number of barrels on your equipment got me thinking about their mashing technique. Is there a reason to add smaller grains (rye, wheat) after gelatinizing the corn, instead of adding it at the same time. The whole article is on minimizing the cook time and overall efficiency, and I don't know what the downside of adding rye and wheat at the same temperature step as the corn would be...thoughts? Some off flavor I don't know about? I have done a few mashes with the corn and wheat/rye added at the same time and brought to 190; I have never really seen any problem with this but perhaps if I dropped temp to 170 to add rye/wheat the flavor would change.
  14. Does anyone have a 400 gallon mash tun or similar and is able to tell me what the weight is while empty? I know manufacturers will provide specs, but I just need a ballpark right now.
  15. I am looking into getting a Anaerobic Digester for our distillery for our mash waste. Does anyone have any experience with these machines and could you point me in the direction of a contact to talk to about getting one. Thank you!
  16. We are a distillery that is going to be opening in the next couple months in North Carolina. I wanted to ask around and get some good ideas of what other people in the industry are doing with their used mash. I have a pretty good idea, but to make it better id love to hear some other techniques that people use. it will be 100% corn mash. Thanks in advance!
  17. 8" Sven roller mill, 5hp 3ph XP, 10gpi with XP motor, Harden rolls, Augur boot - $5,000 Serious inquiries only at info@dutchsspirits.com or 518-398-1022
  18. Looking to buy a 55 - 60 gallon direct heat mash tun with a false bottom. Looking for price range $600-$800, would accept used if in good or better condition.
  19. SOLD We are currently in the process of switching our distillation equipment to focus more on our farm and micro-malting facility instead of contract distilling. This equipment would be an incredible package for contract distilling, a distillery looking to expand, or a winery/distillery. Individual equipment prices are listed below. The entire package is listed at. We will consider any and all offers. Please feel free to PM, reply, or email adam.stumpf (at) stumpysspirits.com with any questions or for pics. - Continuous Column Still - 40 plate continuous column still that includes boiler with steam heat exchanger, wash pre-heater, 2 columns, condenser, and piping. The still is broken up into 2 15' columns that are 12" in diameter to save on ceiling height. Still has ability to fractionate. Still is currently being used to strip low wines. Stripping 8% wash at 25+ gallons per hour of distillate at ~110 proof. Still was previously used to run apple brand and produced 15 gallons per hour of 160 proof hearts. Pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos included. - 650 Gallon Pot Still w/ 5 Plate Column - Heated via steam coil. Pneumatic agitator. 4" bottom drain and 2" side drain. Copper dephlegmator at top of column. All stainless construction. Column has structured copper mesh. Also have copper sheet to place behind steam coils for spirit runs. Will include ~75 lb of copper sheet with the still. Comes with 3 condensers. Currently running small 316 stainless condenser that does just fine. Also have 2 larger 304 condensers. Capable of hitting vodka proof in 3 runs.Still outfitted with pressure relief valve, pressure gauge, and thermos. - 1,000 Gallon Mash Tun - 1,000 Gallon Pfaudler tank with 2hp 220 3 phase agitator. 6" drain reduced to 4" reduced to 1.5". Steam jacket. Cooling jacket. Hinged lid. Ladder. CIP ball. As bottom supports for false bottom (false bottom not included). On mild steel stand. - 950 Gallon Variable Capacity Fermenter - Spokane Industries tank. Variable capacity lid w/ good gasket. Air lock, 2" bottom drain, 2" fill port, thermowell w/ thermometer, aeration port, sample port, sloped bottom, dimpled cooling jacket. Stainless construction and sits on mild steel stand. - 800 Gallon Fermenter - Stainless construction with stainless legs. Hinged lid, CIP ball, dished bottom, 1.5" drain, side mounted prop agitator (no motor included), single wall. - Mash Cooling System - Kiesel SP 12 Eccentric Screw Pump, 16' 4" high temp hose, 2 8' sections 4" high temp hose, 2 5' 4" shell in tube heat exchangers - 1,500 Gallon Pasco Poly Tanks - I have 2 of these. Have top and bottom stainless manways as well as 3" and 1.5" tri clamp ports. - GAI 500 Rotary Filler - SOLD - OMB ET 1500 Pressure Sensitive Labeler - SOLD
  20. Hello, We are currently offering custom grain processing for grain off our family farm in Columbia, IL, which is just outside of St. Louis. All prices below are in $/lb and available in Super Sacks which contain 2,000 lb. We can also do 50 lb bags but there is a slight up charge. These prices are FOB 62236. Shipping can be arranged at buyer's expense. Uncleaned Cleaned Only Cleaned & Milled Soft Red Winter Wheat $0.12 $0.19 $0.25 Yellow Dent Corn $0.10 $0.15 $0.20 6-Row Barley $0.17 $0.26 $0.35 In the coming months we will also be offering small quantities of custom malts and rye. Please email adam.stumpf at stumpysspirits.com for more information. Thank You, Adam
  21. I am selling a used "Shell and tube condenser" instant hot water heater manufactured by Jet-Vac. This hot water heater is steam powered off your boiler and allows you to make unlimited amounts of hot water up to 211 degrees at up 30GPM. It is big, about 6~7 feet tall and all stainless. Built in 1994 the nameplate says it is rated to 30 GPM. It was included with my boiler when I bought it (15hp Fulton) but I don't need it. I've seen it in operation but have not used it myself. The outside insulation jacket is cracked and split in a couple of places from moving it around. Included are the NTP flanges to hook into a system as well as a custom built stand. In the pic you can see me standing next to the heater (the heater is about 6 ft tall) and the custom made steel stand is next to it. Its rated up to 75psi and the original owner had it running at 60psi, lower pressures will yield lower hot water flow rates. A pressure regulator, relief valve and tempering valve are NOT included. You must use a tempering/mixing valve after the heater to get the exact water temp you need. See attached pics for more info. Asking $2000 as I just don't need it. Shipping not included and it will need to crated. For more Contact Kevin at 603-512-0455. Located in Seabrook, NH
  22. Hello guys and girls, I was wondering how you seperate your wheat grains after mashing from your wort? We tried a sieve plate but it kept cloging up and was dead slow. Tried replacing half the malted wheat with malted barley but that wasn't giving us the flavour profile we were looking for. Tried rice hulls but they are quiet expensive over here. Any good ideas exept a liquid solid seperator? Cheers!
  23. Thermaline Plate Heat Exchanger for sale $1,800 OBO, willing to ship if you set up shipper. Located in Knoxville, TN Only used a few times then converted to on-grain process. Designed to cool 300 gallons of wort in 60 minutes. 1-section model-T4 plate heat exchanger to include the following : - A total of 51 CH-style 316SS plates. - Standard (S) style carbon steel heads. - 2x 1-1/2 inch Tri-Clamp nozzles on the fixed head and 2x 1-1/2 inch Tri-Clamp nozzles on the movable head. - 52 NBR-style gaskets. - Mounting style: Tab-style feet
  24. My systems are all electric, so separation is a must. At the moment, I have a way to separate via a press, but the press requires a hiccup in the process flow while it is filled/pressed/emptied. I would love to have a Russell Finex machine, but 20k (as I hear they cost) is not a doable number right now. I know Dehner started a thread about a version of this that he is designing, but does anyone know of a secondary market for equipment like this? Are there any other manufacturers making something like this for a lower price? Alternatively, for those unable to distill on grain, how are you separating solids from your wash? Any input appreciated. ( )
  25. Hi all! We are thrilled to be working with a local farmer who is feeding our spent grains to her pigs. We have a few questions hopefully people with experience can answer. 1. How long is the mash safe to eat after delivering to the farm? She only has two pigs so the mash seems to be spoiling before they eat it all. 2. Anyone have a resource for nutritional content of a basic grain to bottle mash? 3. One of the pigs is pregnant and the farmer is nervous about giving her any. Anyone dealt with this? Thanks for your time! Amy Alchemy Distillery
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