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Copper Gooseneck Pot Stills

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Hello to all in the craft distilling business.

My name is Jim. I am located in Missouri and have been in the metal fabricating business for over 20 years. We have come up with a design for copper gooseneck pot stills. The photo shows our 5 gallon model, but other sizes and variations are available. The smaller ones are great for experimental batches.

Please contact me if you are interested or have any questions.

Jim Schultz

Metal Fabrication Designs, LLC




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Have you run this model, I don't want to sound rude or critical but that liebig arm seems awefully small and short. You have to remember when vapor moves from a large diameter into a smaller diameter it speeds up and can therefore make it mostly way through that condenser without gettting condensed. Unless you have something in the path that can disrupt the flow. Let alone having enough surface area to properly cool the amount of vapor coming out of the lyne arm. Plus you would need more water in the jacket to sufficiently cool.

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Yes, this model has been tested and the condenser works very good when used as a spirit still.

However, anyone purchasing this size still will recieve a longer condenser so that it can be used for both wash runs and spirit runs.

Attached is a photo of a 12 gallon model.

Jim Schultz


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