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Been distilling for some years
Currently using this
Seems to work ok
Nice looking machine!
I've never seen anyone use a Hoff-Stevens keg for a boiler before.
I'm more like I am now than I was before.
Noice bit of kit there.
It has served me well over the past few years.
Name it Jules Verne!
Welcome, i don't quite get it? Has a coiled reflux condensor in the top and a dephlag? Or is that copper coil looking thing a handle for a gin basket?
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Fancy gin basket handle I reckon.
+1 on the gin basket. It has a drain valve on the bottom.
It is a gin basket.
I could only fit three of the five plates due to ceiling height.
As Kapea said... the top rings are just a handle.
It is called SP2
As SP1 was a 4" without a gin basket.
This was a lemongrass vodka run.
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Soylent Green Vodka?
It kind of looks like the doomsday device from The Rock.
:)) Never thought of that Grim.
With this way of doing a gin basket all the chlorophyll drops and you get a clear product....
Makes for an interesting view though.
When it isn't being used as a gin basket it acts like a thumper.
So you can pull low 90's with two plates and the thumper... saves changing and stuffing around.
Being a 6" on a small boiler (80ltrs) the average 10 - 13% wash takes about 4.5 to 5hrs start up to shutdown.
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