Sven Larsson

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Yes you can. A simple pot still will work fine for whiskey and rum. You will want to distill at ...
Try this site: http://homedistiller.org/grain/wash-grain/yield there is a lot of good info there. Check out the "calcs" section at the top ...
One is not better than the other, they are different. Pot stills are most commonly used for distilling flavored spirits, ...

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