Mash & Boil Quick Disconnect Distilling Package

  • Item #C80
  • Price: $159.99
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Cooling Connection Kit
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More stock should arrive on: 6/30/2021.
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• Make your own whiskey, bourbon, rum, or cognac
• All you need is a Mash & Boil or Anvil Foundry & two garden hoses with female couplers
• Save $20.00 over separate purchase prices

Do you own a Mash & Boil  (or Anvil Foundry) with lid clips (second generation) and want to get into making your own whiskey, bourbon, rum, or cognac?  We have the perfect package that includes everything you need except a Mash & Boil and ingredients to get into distilling your own whiskey, bourbon, cognac, rum. This is a Pot Still package, which means the simple pure copper condenser included does not strip all the flavor out of the mash, required for true bourbon, whiskey, cognac, and rum. This is not the best setup for Vodka, Gin, or other clear spirits, as it leaves too much flavor in the final product.

Includes a Kegland Quick Disconnect Pot Distilling Arm,  Mash & Boil Distilling Lid, Glass Hydrometer Jar, Alcometer Hydrometer, and complete instructions. Regularly $169.99 if purchased separately, this package saves you $20.00 and makes sure you have everything you need.  Please read the instructions below before ordering.

You will need to run cold water through the condensing column while your run is in progress.  You have two cooling options here, you can either use your own garden hoses and Melnor- style hose disconnects, or buy our KegLand Still Cooling Connection Kit, item Q74.

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.

Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 1 review )


Review by Rex Stump on 3/8/2019

This product exceded my expectations................................

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Jan 28, 2021 by David J Rufino

Q: Can this be used for indoor beer brewing as a means to control the steam?

A: In Theory it could work. We have never tried it, so we can not recommend doing it or say for sure it will work. Also when you are boiling a batch of beer you will be boiling at a higher temperature than when you are distilling. This means you will have more steam and it will use a great deal of cooling water during a typical one hour boil.

Nov 30, 2020 by Fred

Q: Is there a reflux option?

A: Yes, see this link:

Nov 08, 2020 by Jay

Q: Does the lid fit the 35L Digiboil

A: No, but our kit C81 does fit the Digiboil.

Jul 22, 2019 by Jake

Q: Will this work with the B95 system? The system with the pump attached?

A: Yes it will.

Apr 09, 2019 by Kurt

Q: Hello I have the mash and brew and the J45 kit and the mash is fermenting but I noticed the cooling tubes are not sealed where they go into the angled copper distillate tube do they need to be sealed or do I need the steam to come out there?

A: All of the pot stills that come with the J45 distilling package are manufactured like that. There is no need to seal the areas surrounding the cooling tubes.

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