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The compact and sleek stainless steel Air Still is made for water, essential oil and alcohol distillation.
The Air Still is extremely easy to use, requires no water and is powered by electricity making it great to use in your home.
Capacity: 4L (1 US Gal)
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Complete Home Still to make Distilled water, Alcohol (see legality), Essential Oil and Fuel Ethanol.
DIFFICULTY : Basic
CAPACITY : 4 L (1 US Gal)
TIME 7-10 Day Fermentation
Approx. 2 hours distilling per 1 L (1 US qt) of 40% alcohol
YIELD 2 L (2 US qt) of 40% ABV alcohol per 8 L
(2.1 US Gal) wash
PURITY Distils at 60% ABV (120 US proof) before
being watered down to 40% (80 US proof)
The Air Still is the fast and simple way to make your favourite spirits and liqueurs at a fraction of the cost. Finally...a still to take its place amongst everyday kitchen appliances! It looks like a kettle, works like a kettle - but it makes alcohol! The Still Spirits Air Still system uses a revolutionary still that will be right at home amongst your everyday kitchen appliances. Stainless steel body, built in air cooling system so it uses absolutely no water for cooling - great for regions where water shortages are a problem.
Distillation takes just two hours and produces enough alcohol each time to make a 1 L bottle at 38-40% ABV. No compromise on quality. Revolutionary non-technical design. No hoses, no complicated assembly ... just plug and play! As simple to operate as the kitchen kettle, Great value for money, safe and easy to use which is ideal for the new distiller, can be used for alcohol distillation and water distillation.
It is illegal to manufacture spirits in the UK without a distillers licence which is required under the provisions of section 12 of the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979 and this includes manufacture for "own / domestic use".
Public Notice 39 - "Spirits production in the UK" dated April 2010 provides further information about HM Revenue & Customs' requirements.