Distill It Yourself
Make Your Own Whiskey
Captures vapor and routes it to the Condenser. Tall enough to increase purity, but short enough to preserve flavor. The flared Onion Head shape adds surface area to further increase proof without sacrificing flavor. A built-in thermometer monitors the process at all times so even if you failed chemistry class you can still make a delightfully drinkable bottle of whiskey or moonshine - it’s that easy!Learn More >
Where the hot action happens! Your mixture boils in the curved pot belly. These curves help manipulate surface area to increase the purity and flavor of your product while making the process faster. This is more efficient than milk can/pressure cooker types, but much harder to make because the must be hand hammered with great skill. As vapors are created they are sent to the onion head for next-stage refinement.Learn More >
This long, thin, curvy tube of copper is the final pathway to liquid magic! Captured vapors travel through the coils, cooling with each turn along this superbly crafted copper roller coaster. Liquid moonshine or whiskey gracefully drips out of the spout at the bottom and is collected and ready for bottling...and sipping! Our instruction booklet walks you through the simple steps to heating up your mash, cooling down the vapors and catching the streams of liquid in a regular old Mason jar.Learn More >
Free Shipping and Return
Absolutely FREE shipping and FREE returns, if needed. Street address required. Still cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes - they don’t fit!
Ships The Next Business Day
Most orders ship the very same day they are received. However, please allow one business day for order processing and packing of your still, especially for evening and weekend orders.
101 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you don't love your whiskey still, for any reason, simply call or email us, we'll pick it up for FREE and give you a FULL REFUND. We do NOT charge restocking fees.
Every whiskey still comes with a 2 year warranty covering any possible defects in materials. However, when treated well, your hand-hammered copper still will last a lifetime.