This tutorial of how to build a copper reflux still for producing high proof alcohol is detailed in this step by step process. In most all states in the U.S. it is perfectly legal for anyone over 21 years of age to make beer, wine or alcohol for their own consumption.
Homebrewing has become a very popular past time recently, with more and more people making their own craft beers and distilling alcohol. This DIY project focuses on building a homemade distiller or still for short.
This Do It Yourself project was designed to show how really easy it can be to get started making your own high proof alcohol. All of the stuff you will need to have on hand in order to get started can easily be gotten from almost any hardware or supply store.
While it may seem to be fairly easy, you really should have at least some experience with tools and brazing/soldering equipment, this will help to ensure that it turns correct.
Benefits of reading and using the Build a Reflux Still to Make High Proof Alcohol Project
● Use it to make your own favorite high proof spirits for personal consumption
● The project includes a complete list of all of the materials, supplies and tools needed to get started
● The project also includes a complete, downloadable plan with step by step instructions
● You will also find several full color pictures of several of the steps of the plan
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