Learn How to Distill Alcohol with Our Free Video Series

Posted by Jeff on 10th February 2015

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Well, it has certainly been a long time coming, but we have finally finished filming and editing a bunch of episodes from our Heads, Hearts, and Tails series. So, welcome to our new, 100% FREE online distilling 101 courses! Applause is appreciated.

How to distill alcohol

We have tried to organize them in an order that will make sense for a beginner as they learn how to distill alcohol. We will cover the equipment needed as you think about buying a still, to your first run, and on to more advanced alcohol distillation techniques, like how to distill moonshine, as you get more experience. But who are we kidding, you are a moonshiner and you march to the beat of your own drum, so don’t let us tell you what to do. Anyway, without further ado, have at it:

Heads Series:
Episode 1: Differences between stainless steel and copper stills
Episode 2: Different types of still column packing
Episode 3: How to set up your new Moonshine Distiller Dual-purpose Reflux Still Tower
Episode 4: How to use a hydrometer
Episode 5: How to use an alcoholometer
Episode 6: Yeast types & uses
Episode 7: Heating options
Episode 8: Turbo Mash
Episode 9: How to run a dual-purpose reflux still
Episode 10: Carbon filtering

Hearts Series:
Episode 1: Grains 101
Episode 2: How to use essences
Episode 3: Vodka infusions
Episode 4: How to distill gin
Episode 5: Easy mash whiskey recipe
Episode 6: Aging products vs. oak barrel maturation

Episode 1: How to run a bubble plate still tower
Episode 2: Advanced yeast info (Yeast Hydration, beer/wine yeasts, nutrients)
Episode 3: How to brew all grain and differences between single infusion and step infusion
Episode 4: How to malt corn
Episode 5: Brewing software demo
Episode 6: How to use powdered/liquid enzymes
Episode 7: A message to preppers and survivalists about owning and using a still

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8 thoughts on “Learn How to Distill Alcohol with Our Free Video Series

  1. Billy Martin

    I came across your web sight looking for a high quality s/s/ still. I was so impressed with the quality you offer, I’m going to order a 8gal Reflux Still. Thanks for the great video series.

    1. Jeff Post author

      Steve, that is because we haven’t actually filmed it yet! We are in the process of getting a licensed distilling space off the ground so that we can have a place where we can legally distill alcohol for consumption to truly show how to use our distilling equipment and supplies.

    1. Sean

      A standard 5 gallon still would probably produce 1-2 gallons, but it really depends on a lot of variables unique to your setup.


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