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5 Gallon Whiskey Still

5 Gallon Whiskey Still

The Champion

The Still for Distilling Enthusiasts

 

The almighty 5 gallon whiskey still will make all your distilling wishes come true. Fermentation is a breeze in 5 gallon buckets and the heat-up time is easily accomplished. A typical run lasts for a couple of hours, and should produce 1 gallon of your preferred spirit. Your efforts and artistry pay off in pure liquid pleasure every time.  Its optimum size and efficiency make it by far our most popular still - a true bestseller! 

 

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5 Gallon Whiskey Still
10 Gallon Whiskey Still

10 Gallon Whiskey Still

The Expert

The Still For Distilling Veterans

The 10 gallon whiskey still is a high-performing class act in the hands of the experienced distiller, a person who knows mashes and takes the time to perfect spirits. It needs longer to heat up, but promises to deliver between 1 and 2 gallons of liquid bliss. The impressive size and smooth curves of the 10 Gallon Still make it a glorious work of art and functionality.

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Why Copper?

Stills can be made from a wide variety of materials, including aluminum, brass, iron, glass, steel or clay. However, the majority of alcohol stills today are made out of either stainless steel or copper. Although more expensive, copper is preferable to steel, not only to preserve ancient traditions but because of its unique characteristics. Copper has been used for centuries. Old time moonshiners in the Appalachian hills used copper. Modern commercial distilleries use it too.
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Why Alembic?

The alembic is the oldest and most recognizable design for stills. Its ancient origins can be traced back to the works of early alchemists who conducted the first documented, scientific experiments with distillation. The curvy onion-shape is iconic. It is believed that the alembic takes its name from the Arabic “al-anbiq,” meaning still, and from the Greek ambix, which means cup or pot. Some dictionaries define Alembic as “obsolete” but nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to home-craft distillation.
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Why Copper?

Stills can be made from a wide variety of materials, including aluminum, brass, iron, glass, steel or clay. However, the majority of alcohol stills today are made out of either stainless steel or copper. Although more expensive, copper is preferable to steel, not only to preserve ancient traditions but because of its unique characteristics. Copper has been used for centuries. Old time moonshiners in the Appalachian hills used copper. Modern commercial distilleries use it too.
Learn More >

Why Alembic?

The alembic is the oldest and most recognizable design for stills. Its ancient origins can be traced back to the works of early alchemists who conducted the first documented, scientific experiments with distillation. The curvy onion-shape is iconic. It is believed that the alembic takes its name from the Arabic “al-anbiq,” meaning still, and from the Greek ambix, which means cup or pot. Some dictionaries define Alembic as “obsolete” but nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to home-craft distillation.
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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.

90 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.

2 Years
Warranty

Every whiskey still comes with a 2 year warranty covering any possible defects in materials. However, when treated well, your hand-hammered copper still can last a lifetime.

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