Copper Moonshine Stills For Sale

Good music. Different piece of music for each model of still. They have models up to 220 gallons. They are beautiful.

Copper Moonshine Stills:

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16 Responses to Copper Moonshine Stills For Sale

  1. Jim22 says:

    Here is another source for copper stills:

    http://www.whiskeystill.net/

    • M BRENNAN says:

      CHECK OUT CLAWHAMMERSUPPLY,COM THEY HAVE STILL KITS FOR SALE 1 5 10GAL I GOT A 10GAL IT TOOK SOME WORK TA PUT IT TOGEATHER BUT ITS GREAT LUV IT

  2. notamobster says:

    Isnt distilling spirits without the requisite permits illegal?

    Not gonna stop me – just curious for those who give a damn.

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    Bart Stupak had a bill before the House to make home distilling legal. We know what happened to that cretin.

    Details.

    You may not produce spirits for beverage purposes without paying taxes and without prior approval of paperwork to operate a distilled spirits plant. [See 26 U.S.C. 5601 & 5602 for some of the criminal penalties.] There are numerous requirements that must be met that also make it impractical to produce spirits for personal or beverage use. Some of these requirements are paying special tax, filing an extensive application, filing a bond, providing adequate equipment to measure spirits, providing suitable tanks and pipelines, providing a separate building (other than a dwelling) and maintaining detailed records, and filing reports. All of these requirements are listed in 27 CFR Part 19.

    Spirits may be produced for non-beverage purposes for fuel use only without payment of tax, but you also must file an application, receive TTB’s approval, and follow requirements, such as construction, use, records and reports.

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    Still manufactures are required by law to maintain information on customers and must turn that info over to Feds on demand.

  5. Jim22 says:

    They are still beautiful. Heh.

    In the event the law is changed – or not enforced – one might come in handy.

  6. notamobster says:

    They should market ‘copper evaporation / condensation demonstration systems’….

  7. rj says:

    this from an old hillbilly, they gotta catch ya first…I gotta tell bout my recipe sometime…make your eyes roll back and youe lips turn blue…

  8. notamobster says:

    RJ – sounds like strangulation…

    :-)

  9. Locke n Load says:

    Tell ya what, those are a hell of a lot nicer than what I rigged up in my dorm room in college. Bet they work a hell of a lot better too. I always had trouble getting a constant temp, the copper would be great for that. Spreads heat beautifully (thats why all the best french cookware is copper, duh)

  10. moonshiner says:

    I bought one from http://www.whiskeystill.net. What could I say, it is really beautiful! It seems to be an old-school countryside distiller but it definitely is a best buy. I had my 4 runs of making my own spirits and they’re truly unmatched :)

  11. outback says:

    check out the new stills at http://www.rockypointcopperstills.com these look like real nice stills all copper for some weird reason the site comes up as home but their stills look nice check it out

  12. mr moonshine says:

    just received my new 30 gal from jarrardstills.com its the bomb turn key auto methanol removal system dial-a-proof whole new design in stills have to say it blows my last 26 gal from hillbilly stills out of the water took some doing to get since they are just starting. but it only took 4 weeks to get and its worth every penny of it…

  13. Whiskeyguy says:

    Just wanted to throw in my two cents. I bought a 5 gallon from http://www.copper-still.net
    Its a beautiful unit and the price was right…gotta luv free shipping.

  14. JeorgeMoonshiner says:

    I got mine from http://www.americanstill.net/. Ordered 4 gallon and received it without hassle.

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