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  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. Hi Guys, We are a still equipment manufacturer. We can customize the still (≥50liter capacity) according to your budget and needs. Our still can be used for making vodka,whiskey,brandy,gin,rum or other distilled spirits. Here are some photos of 600L vodka still and 300L gin still we made for customers. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=446963235656853&set=pcb.446964348990075&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=446963365656840&set=pcb.446964348990075&type=3&theater 600L vodka still: $65000/unit. steam heated copper interior copper helmet copper distillation column stainless steel dephlegmator,condenser and storage tanks CIP cleaning system 300L gin still: $19000/unit. steam heated copper interior copper helmet More details can be discussed and contact me at daey0013@dayuwz.com.
  4. Please take a look at this short video... We can build anything you want. We can also help you decide what type of still you may be looking for. contact us at matt@hbscopper.com https://youtu.be/pEOl-B0_dbI
  5. We want to let everyone know that we are now offering Steam heated systems at HBS Copper, the commercial side of our Hillbilly Stills. We have been lucky enough to be able to work with the Engineering Dept at University of Kentucky, Paducah campus. They have helped us with our calculations on our steam jackets and how much steam is needed. These will use low pressure steam. With these being built in the USA, HBS Copper takes great pride in our product. We are trying to do our part to offer affordable American made distilling systems.. If your in the market please give us a call and let us see if we can help you. Check out HBS Copper. We offering 30 gallon up to 300 gallon at this time. We look forward to working with you.
  6. Does anyone know of any used copper column stills for sale? It seems there were a couple old bourbon distilleries liquidated over the last few years, but were the stills scrapped?
  7. Hello, I am looking for a company that can make a decent pot still that isn't priced too high. Was looking in a range so please email me if you build pot stills. bendicott@lulbegrudcreek.com Thank you Brian Endicott
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