Cumming, GA
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We are an OEM manufacturer of Traditional Copper Whiskey Stills for Micro Distillers as well as the home hobbyist.  Our sizes range from 2.5 gallon to 300 gallon stills.  All of our stills are made with 100% Copper and lead free  silver solder. Each still is also leak and pressure tested twice during the building process, to GUARANTEE a safe product.  In the process of distilling, sulfur (which has an extremely foul smell and taste) coming from the fermentation of yeast binds itself to the copper, producing hydrogen-sulfide, which in turn forms copper sulfate. The copper sulfate sticks to the inside of the still after distillation is completed. After a thorough cleaning of the copper still, the copper sulfate is washed down the drain, and not into your whiskey… unlike other stills made from different metals. Also copper is the second most conductive metal known to man, with the only metal ahead of it on this list being silver. Which means it will take and hold heat most effectively and evenly. Saving you resources and time.

Discovery Channel is doing a show on us in April 2017 titled "The emerging craft distillery market in the US" and they are featuring Vengeance Stills as the premier still maker in the US.  Series is called Innovations with Ed Bagley.

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