Whiskey Stills and
Whisky distillation can be a very interesting
hobby, and you generally wont be alone since it
is a popular trend. Beware though, it ain't necessarily
legal in many areas...
If your thinking about buying a whiskey still,
we have some options for you below.
Or, if your planning on building a Whiskey still,
this is a practice that needs some planning and
thought behind it. Determining what equipment you
need to produce an acceptable and safe product is
an important part of the operation. You can get
some good guidance by checking out our ebook selection
for building a still, and step by step guidance
in your distillation process.
On Whisky Stills and Kits
Whiskey distillation is most often produced through
the use of a pot still. With a pot still, much of
the flavor from the mash can be retained in the
Choosing good components and construction materials
will help reduce risk of contamination and failure.
A pot still is the best choice for flavorful
spirits like Whiskey, Scotch and Bourbon where the
mash infuses a tasty finish into your hooch.
Traditionally, Irish whiskey is distilled three
times and Scotch whisky is distilled twice. For
this reason, Irish whiskey may more often be a smoother
and more pure whiskey.
Take some time to read through our Whiskey Still Plans
website to gain the information and knowledge needed
to make a good decision when buying or building
Thank you for visiting us. Enjoy!