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  1. 250 or 500 Gallon Pot Still With Copper Column. The 250 g Pot Still is available now at reduced price of $20,250. 500 g Pot Still will take 90-120 days to receive. Both are equipped with double jacketed steam heating pot still, manhole, rectification column, condenser, piping and fittings. Minimum of 72kWh boiler recommended for operation. Copper Onion Top SUS 304 Stainless Steel 20 Inch Diameter Condenser 3-Phase AC Agitation Motor 15 Foot Max Height 9 Foot Max Horizontal Space Available For Immediate Shipping REDUCED $20,250 (250 Gal) 90-120 days $32,900 (500 Gal) Contact : andrew@tetondistillery.com http://www.tetondistillery.com/distillery-equipment
  2. Anyone have any recommendations for small tabletop vacuum or short path (or other) stills for testing/trial runs? I am looking for something simple to run botanical trials on.
  3. Hi!, AM trying to figure out floor space in a potential building and in the garage is 38' x 50' x 17,9 high , two garage doors 12' witch is on the right on the plan left section is tasting room and office etc . Is it possible to have 300 gallon still for gin and a 600 gallon still & rectification column 20 plates in that floor space for vodka and whisky? is it too much? what size do i need the fermenters to be and mash plus a stripping still size so it doesn't bottleneck for 4-5 days a week production? After that we need a space for empty and full bottle palets, bottling section and storage tanks, storage space grain & barrels. Am i losing my time with this place? The plan is to get 60 000 x 750ML bottles a year at it maximum potential. Thank you for your feedback if am missing things or else let me know!
  4. NEW PRICE! Reduced to $50,000. USD / cash F.O.B. Arnold Holstein 300 liter still (new) Type SH 900 with CIP system, copper catalyst Serial # 8164 / Made in 2007 Click for photos and contact info... http://arnoldholsteinstills.com
  5. 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 $60,000.00 600 Gal Mash Tank - $22,400.00 $20,000.00 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
  6. 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
  7. We are relisting this still for sale today (3/21/2019) due to a real estate/financing issue encountered by our previous buyer. The unit has remained in storage, in our possession and was never moved. All information previously conveyed about the unit is valid.  Selling a complete Cage & Sons Advanced Pot and Column Still System. New, unused and crated ready for immediate purchase and delivery. Cage & Sons is a highly respected and experienced still fabricator from whom we have received outstanding service and assistance. Asking $45K USD. Buyer responsible for shipping/transport from Oxford, MS. Serious inquiries only, please. Contact 646-623-2089. See attached photo and system details below. System overview: Best use: Whiskey, Brandy, Rum, Vodka, or Gin Production Versatile and Cost Effective Easy Maintenance with Clean in Place system 304 Polished and Brushed Stainless and Polished Copper construction Material Thickness: Kettle: 4&5mm SS: 3mm Copper: 3mm Piping: 2mm Upgrades included: Copper Column on Kettle Carterhead-style Gin basket (not shown in photo)
  8. Unused 250 Gallon Pot Still available for sale. This was a pot still we intended to run separately as a dedicated whiskey still, but no longer are going to. All equipment can be seen here: http://www.tetondistillery.com/distillery-equipment If you would like to purchase another size, it is 90-120 days turnaround time. Contact Me: Andrew Boczar andrew@tetondistillery.com • 250 (new) Gallon Pot Still With Copper Column available for sale. • Copper Onion Top • Stainless Steel Dephlegmator Cap • 18 Inch Diameter Shotgun Style Condenser • 3-Phase AC Agitation Motor • 14 Foot Maximum Height • In-Stock Available For Immediate Shipping • $22,500 (250 Gal) - Sale Price $20,250
  9. 200l 4 column still. We have grown out of this still. This still is capable of making great whiskeys, bourbons, rums ect. Comes with control panel and agitator! The still was only used a few times before purchasing a larger still, no leaks works great! Asking $13,250 obo. Call or text 609-313-8886
  10. For Sale: 8" Crystal Dragon Dephlegmator 4" Condenser Parrot Original Price: $5,748 Asking Price $3,000 obo http://stilldragon.com/index.php/8-procap-crystal-dragon.html
  11. Hi , we are in progress to start our own distillery , but we are really good working and building things. But my question is can you in Canada make your own still or you have to buy from a still maker, is there a law against it, or regulation . ? Thanks for the input.
  12. 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
  13. Stainless steel electric distillation system, w/ gin basket insert, complete setup. Used ~30 times. Won numerous awards with this system. All hardware, fittings, valves and gaskets included. (Agitator in photo excluded.) $5,200, plus shipping. Kettle: 200 L (53 G): Twin immersion elements (5500 W each), 6" main port (top) with 6" cleanout (all tri clamp), domed 6" to 4" reducer fitting Tower: 4 section tower, ea. w/ 3" sight glass; 4 perforated copper plates w/ down comers; dephlagmator; 2" head pipe; 2" shotgun condenser; parrot. Condenser has an adhesive strip of thermochromic indicator plastic applied for visually monitoring and optimizing cooling water efficiency during long runs. Controllers: Two-burner electric (240 V) controller box; plus temperature gauge microcontroller w/ proprietary temp alarm (wiring and electrical fittings included -- used to indicate boil up, or any target head temps) Additional: 12" riser section, 8" sight glass section, stainless gin basket insert. 40 feet of cooling water lines (supply and return), plus quick disconnect fittings (will need some cleaning), connecting hardware. Support: I'll also throw in 2+ hrs of consultation time to guide set up and operation as needed.
  14. Well we ordered our 300 gallon distilling system fromCorson Distilling back in April 2017. we tried to follow-up on delays - they just kept sending emails that it looks good and should be ready next month. from November 2017 till Aug. 2018. Was then sent a picture of a pot still which did not look like ours and final payment demand - tried to call and sent numerous emails but they would not respond and when asked to see a picture of our logo on it and the serial number on the still but they refused and said I was now in breach of the 5 days. I find them very unethical and we are currently looking into our options. Looking to hear feed back on how others dealt with the delay issues and what you have done to fix it. Please email me at Tom@camronconsulting.com
  15. I’m looking for a small Genio or iStill for sale to turn my heads and tales into something useful. email rick@isantispirits.com
  16. Well we ordered our 400 gallon distilling system from Corson Distilling over a year ago... and to no ones surprise... no still. Due to legal proceedings taking place I cannot comment in detail. But if you have already ordered from them... get a lawyer now. If you haven't ordered yet and are considering going with Corson, make sure to read the ADI comments and re-read them so that you are up to speed on what to expect (or not expect). Unfortunately, ADI had taken down the comments about Corson when we were doing our research. Feel free to email me for information. I will share the facts of what we have experienced. I am also including the link below to an article in the Idaho Statesman which really sheds light on the business practices and dangers associated with the products if you haven't been convinced by the comments posted in ADI. Donna@HollowSpirits.com http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/business/article187541748.html
  17. 1000L Still Dragon Baine Marie Kettle with Agitator. Used for 2 years. $11,500 obo. Retail price is $14,000. Column is not included in the sale. Located in Denver, Colorado 406-861-7501
  18. 600 Gallon Pot Still & Automated Control System /w Mashing Program and column controls and has temperature controls for 10 fermenters 4 Plate Copper Whiskey Column 16 Plate Vodka Column Gin Basket Condenser Column 650 Steam Jacketed Mash Cooker /w agitator 3.25MBTU Steam Boiler and water supply tank 2 - 10K gallon cooling tanks (Working as heat sinks essentially) 1 - 1k gallon Spirit Holding Tank Cooling Circulation Pump Velo DE Filter Piping, Hosts, etc. The system was setup to run 2 cooks and 2 strips per day or do a spirit run of stripped spirits. $250,000.00 We also have some finished spirits and can discuss prices if interested. I can also sell some of the fermenters but am going to be keeping some of them for other purposes. Please PM me here with your contact information and I'll send photo's and am happy to discuss the equipment. Thanks, WTB
  19. $10,000 - Selling my 500L Hoga. I had a water bath built, with direct fire natural gas burners. Heat up time is about 2 hours and the run time can be as quick as 3 hours and as slow as 8 hours depending on how many of the plates you're using and how hard you're running the dephlegmator. It has a column with up to 10 removable plates, and then a dephlegmator above the condenser. I've been able to do stripping runs, finishing runs, whisky, rum, short runs of vodka and brandy on this unit, and its size pairs very well with my stripping still. The water bath helps keep the quality high on your final product. $6000 - 600 gallon custom stripping still. I purchased the 600 gallon double walled and jacketed tank, added a 2hp agitator with a bronze boat prop and a mechanical variable drive (wired for 110V right now but can be rewired for 220V), put a 3" column and built a copper coiled condenser out of a propane tank. I've used it with a direct fire burner that is included, it was designed to evenly apply heat over a large area across the bottom to reduce hot spots and burning. This still will need to get the column reattached after being moved into place. $3000 - 10hp meadow mills hammer mill model5 with fan discharge for flour. This unit is single phase 220V so it can work anywhere, you can even run it off of a generator easily! I have 1/16" screen and 1/4" screen. The hammer mill will need new cloth bags to catch the grain, while being stored I had some rats chew through them. $500 - 1,000# +/-0.2lbs NTEP pallet scale. I went for the lower weight to get higher accuracy. I would be willing to sell everything together with a bundle price or each piece separately. I used the large still as a mash tun, so all you would need potentially is a pump and some fermenters to get your distillery started. I could process 1500# of grain per mash/stripping run and 3000# of potatoes the one time I made a potato vodka.
  20. Hello, We are scaling our operation to a larger Hagyo Distilling still and have our current automated available still for sale. The still is 119 Gallons (450 Liters) and consists of a pot, reflux column, and condenser. The still has been in operation for two years and has been used to rectify GNS and distill grain, fruit, and vegetable mashes. Highly efficient column design and automation give you precise controls of the distillation process. Please send me a message if interested. Asking price is $69,500. Marat
  21. Hello! Looking to start soon and trying to buy as much as possible, used. Will be checking back daily. Thanks!
  22. I have a fusion phda-f5fl pneumatic mixer. this is a ul and fire rated mixer. mixer is in like new and never used condition. direct from fusion these are 3850.00 I will be asking 2000 or best offer
  23. Hi there, I am a newbie, both to this forum and to distillation in general. And I am about to set forth on one of the biggest ventures of my life: to build my own distillery from ground-up. I design things and my friend will do the metal works. My friend seems very sure of what he will be doing. But I am not. So I am here asking for your help! (Why from ground-up, you may ask. Well, a short answer is: I couldn't find any ready-built distilling equipment suitable for the place where we put our distillery.) I've just spent the last two months laboring on numbers and drawing, going from one equation to another and back. The whole process was much more convoluted than presented below as I didn't know much from the start. But here it is: 1. 500 liter still (132 gallons). This is the starting point. 2. It requires 115K BTU to bring 500 liters of 60/40 mixture of water and ethanol (40% abv) to boiling point and 755K BTU to vaporize them ALL (latent heat). (I don’t do strip run, only still run with 40abv spirit). Hence, a total of 870000 BTU is required to vaporize all 500 liters of this mixture. 3. One distillation run will take 8 hours (I just pick a number to fit into a day of work). Hence, a steam source of 109K BTUh (BTU in one hour) is needed. 4. The steam will come from a wood/coal-fired steam boiler. I did a search on “heat content of wood” and pick this number, 12MMBTU/cord (3.625m3). From there, it would need 0.03 m3 (1 ft3) of wood to generate 109K BTU. The firebox, therefore, must be big enough to burn, at least, this much wood in one hour. This is the easiest requirement ? 5. I design a firebox, and blower and secondary combustion chamber, etc…, to burn three times that much, i.e: burning 0.9 m3 (3 ft3) of wood in one hour to generate 327K BTUh. Assume that only 70%, or 229K BTUh, of this heat acctually goes into making steam. 6. Latent heat of water is 2141 BTU/kg. With 229K BTU, the boiler can generate 107kg steam in 1 hour, equivalent to 6.8 BHP (1 boiler horse power = 15.65 kg/h of steam). Now come the confusing parts: 7. Jason Funk at Hughes Machinery states in his Basic Boiler presentation that for vertical firetube boilers, like the one I am building, every BHP needs 3 ft2 of heating surface. So my boiler would need 6.8 BHP x 3 ft2/BHP = 20.4 ft2, or 1.9 m2, of heating surface. I’ll add another 50%, bring the total of heating surface to 2.85 m2, to be on the safe side. 8. I omitted the actual calculation with the heat transfer equations and went with an estimation from CheCalc.com and the Titan Metal Fabrication websites to derive the length and surface for the immersion coil in the still. If all 500 liters in the still are water, hence 489 kg, then I would need 0.78 m2 of cooling surface to raise the water temperature from 20C to boiling point in 1 hour. I plan to use 22.1mm diameter copper tube and that brings me to a total 11.3 m of tubes. I’ll make it 20 m, to be safe again. 9. Last part: Condensing tubes. I plan to use the same amount of tubes that are in the still, i.e.: 20 m2 of 22.1mm diameter copper tube. As said, I have gone back and forth countless times between these numbers, checked them against multiple formulas and/or website (which I am glad to provide if asked). At this point, I am very much comfortable with them. But again, I have never done this before. There is still a lingering doubt in my mind, of course. I will (forever) be grateful to anyone who has the patience and/or knowledge to examine these numbers for me. If they are indeed bogus numbers, I really don't want to spend a couple grand on them before knowing... Thank you! Khoi
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