10 Gallon Whiskey Still

Oct 2, 2015

Category: Vices

Even when you’re just looking at The Whiskey Still Company’s 10 Gallon Still, you’re somehow overcome with the urge to find a bottle of whiskey immediately. Is it the shiny copper calling your name? Possibly.

The pot is handcrafted from copper, and provides huge distillation versatility, allowing users to craft whiskey, scotch, rum, bourbon, cognac, schnapps, tequila, vodka and moonshine. Whatever you choose to make, you’ll have room for 10 gallons of it. The still uses gauge 20 copper, which is about .80mm thick, creating the perfect environment for distilling. It comes with a two year warranty from the company, covering manufacturing defects, but the makers claim that their stills can last an entire lifetime if treated properly. Don’t worry, we won’t abuse you, you gorgeous pot of wonderful. It’s available now for $670. [Purchase]

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