Item #: B78
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• Make your own whiskey, bourbon, rum, or cognac
• All you need is a Mash & Boil and ingredients
• Save $24.00 over separate purchase prices

Do you own a Mash & Boil 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 Pot Distilling Arm, 15' of water cooling tubing with a female hose connection to attach to your cooling water source, Mash & Boil Distilling Lid, Hydrometer Jar, Alcometer Hydrometer, and complete instructions. Regularly $172.95 if purchased separately, this package saves you $24.00 and makes sure you have everything you need.  Please read the instructions below before ordering. Formerly item J45

Click to download the instructions in pdf format.


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by Rex Stump
on 3/8/2019
from Rainelle Wv
This product exceded my expectations................................
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4/9/2019 12:26:48 PM
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?
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.
Jim L.
3/13/2019 8:28:20 AM
Can you put copper mash in side the 3" column to make it more efficient? I see this done in column pot stills.
 In theory it should work. We have never tried it, therefore we can't recommend it. The best thing to do is use a dedicated reflex still.
Dave C
2/15/2019 8:19:25 PM
About how much water is normally used to mash in the grain? The PDF instructions are kinda vague on that.
Typically, around .35 gallons of strike per pound of grain or adjunct.
levi hume
12/19/2018 7:39:11 PM
How long does it take to get a gallon of whiskey?
To get a whole gallon from a 5 gallon ferment would be hard, as the wort would have to be of very high gravity (1.090 or higher). More realistically, figure on getting 3 quarts from a typical whiskey mash with a starting gravity of at least 1.065. As far as time, the mash ferments for about two weeks before being run, so figure 2-3 weeks to get 3 quarts of raw white whiskey.
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