Safety Tips when using Moonshine still Kits
A moonshine still is a kit that facilitates spirit production commonly known as moonshine. Moonshine still is made up of the burner, the pot, the doubler and the condenser. The burner is used to heat the fermented contents of the pot. Having the best made moonshine still kits and whiskey stills determine the quality of your final product.
For safety purpose, it is advisable to use copper stills with a lead free solder. Never prepare moonshine in an enclosed place because the spirit is flammable and can easily cause a fire. Never use plastic barrels, metal sheets, and even old radiators. You should control any vapour from escaping to avoid wastage. The spirit is produced from the condensed vapour if you allow it to escape it means a poor production.
Keeping fire extinguishers at bay to ensure our safety all the time. Use glass vessel for collection and place it away form the heat. Ensure the production process is manned throughout.
The Best Way to Distill your Moonshine
To produce the finest moonshine at home, it will depend on the three major steps which iclud fermentation, distillation and condensation and how well the process was carried out. The first step to a quality moonshine is measuring the right portons of each product. Luckly vengeancestills provides pre-measured yeast for each fermenting starter kit.
Tradational distilling pots were mostly used before the introduction of modern reflux comumns. The problem with distillation pots was that the first distallion was not fit and so it needed several runs to produce quality spirits. The first few drops of liquid should be discurded as it is deemed to be so light for a quality spirit.
Reflux column will produce high quality spirit even on the first run which is more efficient compared to the tradition distilling pots. Reflux columns are available in different sizes that can suit your budget.