Dec 19, 2018 by levi hume

Q: How long does it take to get a gallon of whiskey?

A: 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.


Dec 06, 2018 by Jason

Q: Is the thermometer included?

A: It comes with a digital thermometer for the distilling head.


Jun 08, 2018 by Mark

Q: What is the diameter of the lid? How is the column connected to the lid? Is the column removable? Thanks!

A: 12.5" overall diameter. The lid has a 47mm hole in the center, and the column is connected with a large brass nut which screws on underneath. A silicone gasket seals the connection.


Feb 23, 2018 by Ryan

Q: Can I still use my brewers edge for beer? What other equipment would I need to buy for this?

A: You will also need a Mash & Boil (item B27) and appropriate ingredients and equipment like a fermenter. If you are just getting started in brewing, we urge you to look at our item C44 Home Brewery, as this has everything you need to get started.


Feb 21, 2018 by Chuck W

Q: How does this compare to the P34 condenser? I have a Mash & Boil.

A: It has a different design pure copper pot still condenser, and also includes a distilling lid and proof and traille hydrometer with jar.


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