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We're starting a new distilling operation, should I add the entire wash to the still or separate the grain?

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Why are copper stills popular? Is there a reason you don't see many stills made from stainless steel? Are there any other common materials that stills are made out of?

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How frequently do copper stills require maintenance / repair work?

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Can anyone explain briefly the energy consumption required for distillation? Was never very good at physics.

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What's the best way to gauge the size of distillation still I need?

Also, is there an easy way/formula to calculate my projected annual liquor production based on my distribution plans in order to correctly size the st

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I am in the early stages of exploring the opportunities of setting up a craft distillery. Can anyone give me tips on good resources on scale and type of stills to be used for a 1[phone number] bottle annual set up for production on evenings and weekends?

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I've been noticing some microdistilleries using a hybrid pot-column still nowadays. Are there any benefits to using this type of hybrid still, as opposed to a pot still or a column still?

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Which is better for distilling, a pot still or a reflex still?

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Can someone please explain the difference between batch distillation and continuous distillation?

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About how much water would I need to use for every 600 liters of batch?

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Are reflex stills and column stills the same thing? I sometimes hear them used interchangeably.

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Is a pot still or a reflux still better for vodka?

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Stainless steel ok for my still?

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We distill on the grain. What are others using to strain out the spent grain after a run?

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