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  1. I am wondering if anyone has converted their mashtun to work double duty as a low wines still? I use my 2000 litre mashtun 2 times a week( it sits unused for 3 days) and due to the high cost of another Still and lack of floorspace I am thinking of having a lyne arm and condenser fabricated. This would allow me to run low-wines for 3 days and mash for 2 days per week using the mashtun/still. This would allow me to do more finish distillation on my "actual still (vodka, Gin ,Whisky, etc.) A large 12" butterfly valve would open/close the chimney and a small 3-4" butterfly valve (12") would separate the lyne arm /condenser from the mashtun chimney, allowing one of the systems to be used per day. Has anyone done this or seen it done? This is hopefully and short term solution until expansion plans and funds are economically viable. thanks, Doug
  2. We are expanding to larger stills and are selling our steam injected, water cooled jacketed kettle. (no exposed coils to clean) It has an explosion proof duel blade mixer. 2” tri clover drain valve. We have done over 1000 cooks with it and sad to see it go but we need the space for our new 750 gallon cooker that just arrived 🥳 $7800 ships from 03909. We will load for shipping no charge. 
  3. 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
  4. 600 gallon stainless steel rectangular mash tun, custom fabricated by Trident Stills in Etna, ME. Sloped bottom with drainage channel and perforated screen; sparge rail down the two long dimensions; large manway; 120V AC agitator mounted in a hefty center support; 4 in. sanitary fitting in lid (we mounted a grist hydrator there). It has served us well for nearly four years, but we have upgraded to larger equipment. Dimensions: ~96 in. long x ~48 in. wide x ~36 in. tall. Asking $7,500, strapped to a double pallet and ready for pickup from our facility in Middlebury, VT.
  5. We are expanding to larger stills and are selling our steam injected, water cooled jacketed kettle. (no exposed coils to clean) It has an explosion proof duel blade mixer. 2” tri clover drain valve. We have done over 1000 cooks with it and sad to see it go but we need the space for our new 750 gallon cooker that just arrived 🥳 $7800 ships from 03909. We will load for shipping no charge. g
  6. Hello, due to some crazed township engineers I will be unable to build out my facility. As such I need to sell a brand new never used Specific Mechanical distillation system. I'm looking for $175,000 from the manufacturer you are looking at around $300,00. I have attached the spec sheets. I would also be more then willing to sell a trademark, websites, Facebook pages, HLT, and portable pump as a package deal or separate (I should have other listings for those items in the near future). I'm also willing to do owner financing if you are in the tri-state area PA, NJ, DE. Buyer will be responsible for shipping. The still itself is a 240 gallon system with multiple heads. The system includes a built in crane for changing the heads and lynn arms. The system also includes a mashton/fermentor that is mounted to the skid. as well as a spirit and stripping tank. 240 Gal_Plumbing_Schematic.pdf240G Still Drawings.PDF 240 Gal_Plumbing_Schematic.pdf240G Still Drawings.PDF The system is pre plumbed and wired for 3 phase power. It is double jacketed so you will need a steam boiler and while it can run on just water for cooling I would suggest a chiller unit. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
  7. We are looking to sell our new 600 gal whiskey/Stripping still and 600 gal mash tank. We are closing down the distillery and no longer need them. Neither have been hooked up to steam but the Mash tank was used to screen out a few mashes we did on our smaller mash tank. The attached specs are for our original 1000 gallon whiskey still we planned on purchasing but went with the 600 gal instead. So the only difference is the tank size is smaller than what is shown in the attached specs. DYE is a very good company and has been out to inspect these both after we installed them in the distillery. Both items are steam jacketed. 600 Gal Still - $68,400.00 $60,000.00 $55,000.00 600 Gal Mash Tank - $22,400.00 $20,000.00 SOLD Buyer will need to arrange for removal and shipping. we do have a shipping container for $1,400.00 that they originally came in if interested to purchase and ship in again. let me know if there are any questions. 600 gallon Pot Still Shows 1000 but is 600.pdf 600gal Mash lauter tun -Model %281%29 review drawing 4-29-15.pdf
  8. Greetings fellow distillers! We're expanding and would like to sell our previous unused equipment. Items which are for sale include: 1. Corson 200 Gallon Pot still (with custom "scottish style hand hammered helmet") with 14" 4-plate column. 2. Corson 400 Gallon Fermenter - 3. Corson 400 Gallon Mashtun 4. Corson Spirits Safe We've only tested this equipment but ended up using a bigger unit for production. So this stuff is "like new", if not completely new depending on your standards. Additional information is available upon request at Lucas@ghostwoodwhiskey.com EDIT: The whole system was at $120K, we are now asking only $80K, OBO. If you want just a single piece of this package, I'm open to that as well. Perks - Still.PDF Perks MASH TUN.PDF PERKS-Fermenter.PDF
  9. Hello All, We are looking for a 30bbl mash tun with plates to produce malt based products in conjunction with our mash mixer. We do not need steam to the mash tun. Please contact me if you have any more questions.
  10. Looking to buy hot and cold liquor tanks for a distillery on Long Island, NY. Both must be well insulated. HLT will run on 250F steam, CLT will run on glycol. Desired size range is 1000-1500 gallons. Willing to consider converting mashtuns (HLT) and fermenters (CLT) if the specs are suitable. Please email matt@matchbookdistillingco.com Thanks, Matt
  11. Has anyone else had difficulty getting equipment delivered on time? Or even in the realm of on time? What about quality issues? Equipment delivered that was essentially not manufactured correctly and working properly or parts missing? Customer service that disappears right after the sales part of it? I feel like there's got to be others out there who have dealt with this from supposedly reputable manufacturers. It's beginning to feel like an epidemic of everything that I purchase. I do my research and talk with references, etc. It literally doesn't seem to help.
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