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125 Gallon, Four-plate, 12" Column, Hybrid Still for Sale


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We are selling our A.B.E. 125 Hybrid Steam still.  This still includes:

  • 125 Gallon Full Capacity
  • Copper and 304 SS construction
  • SS Steam Jacketed
  • 18-inch Manway
  • Whiskey Helmet
  • Four-plate Copper Column
  • 12" Column
  • Bubble Plate Regulation Valve
  • Copper Dephlegomater
  • PRV/VRV In Jacket
  • PRV/CRV In Pot
  • C1D1 Compliant Agitator Motor and Gear Box
  • Tube & Shell Stainless Steel Liquid Management Condenser
  • UL Cert
  • PID Steam Control Box
  • Steam Valves
  • RITE 336,000 BTU Natural Gas Boiler

The still is located in Tupelo, Mississippi.  Shipping can be arranged upon request.

Complete system, $50,000 o.b.o. Please contact me with questions.

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125GAL V1.0 Dual.pdf

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  • 4 weeks later...

We bought the still when COVID hit in order to make hand sanitizer and keep our meadery going thinking that we might take a hit with the sales of our mead.  The whole story is absolutely crazy, and I won't bore you with all the details other than to say that we managed to get our federal and state distiller's permit and the still in-house in only four days - start to finish we were up an running in 8 days.  The long-term plan was after COVID we were going to start make a line of honey-based spirits to augment the mead line.

Well, just the opposite happened with the mead, our business has exploded, and other than making a whole bunch of sugar-wash ethanol for the hand sanitizer we have not been able to find the time to do anything "fun" with the still.  Looking at our overall business we feel like it is important that we continue to be laser-focused on the mead production and not dilute ourselves out of business.  It was a very hard decision to part with the still, but it just does not make good business sense for us. 

The still ran beautifully, and the guys at ABE were (and still are) awesome.

Let me know if you have any other questions...

-Geoff

 

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