Still Spirits Turbo Air Still 5lt
At Australian Home Brewing we a shot a quick video to show you how easy the Air Still is...
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1. Still Spirits Turbo Air Still & components - valued at $299.90
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How to Brew Spirits at Home
The Still Spirits Turbo Air Still System is completely simple yet brilliant distillation technology.
Our video demonstrates the basic 4 step process that will ensure you are enjoying superb spirits made by you. Even better, distillation with the Still Spirits Air Still takes just two hours on your kitchen bench and the end result will be 1L of very clean tasting spirit at 40%. No water cooling required.
Still Spirits produce the number one selling home distillation systems in the world which include their Turbo Air Still System
Once you are set up the average cost per 700ml bottle of whisky, bourbon rum etc. will be around $10. You will also be really amazed at how clean and full flavoured your home crafted spirits taste….and your mates will love it..
How do you make alcohol with the Turbo Air Still?
As demonstrated in the video it is a simple 4 step process
1. Ferment – your sugar mix Turbo yeast for 7 -10 days to produce your spirit alcohol base . (Dead easy)
2. Distil – the alcohol base in the air still. In one hour you will have produced 700ml of distilled alcohol at around 60% . If you make a 25lt fermented wash you will produce enough to run aprrox 5 -6 batches through the still.
3. FILTER – the distilled alcohol through activated carbon.. (gravity does all the work)
4. - SELECT whisky, rum or bourbon essences etc. to make your favourite spirit...
- Save $$$ at $10 - $14 per 700ml bottle depending on ingredients……enjoy
This Still Spirits Air Still System will make 2L of finished distilled alcohol @ 40% strength every time you ferment a batch.
Frequently asked Questions
Is making my own spirits easy?
The Still Spirits process involves the fermentation of alcohol from a mix of nutrients, sugar and yeast to create a distillate. The distillate is then filtered with activated carbon to remove unwanted flavours. Pure clean alcohol is the result that in most cases is cleaner alcohol than that produced from more traditional sources.
How difficult is it to make spirits at home?
It is an easy 4 step process.
Firstly the sugar and water is turned into alcohol by fermenting with yeast. Secondly, you separate the purified alcohol from the water in the wash by distilling. Distillation is done by heating the wash in a still, boiling off the alcohol and condensing the vapour back into a liquid. Thirdly water down the alcohol to 40% then, use a carbon filter to filter out most of the remaining trace impurities. You will now have a clean spirit with no flavours or tastes.
Finally, simply add your favourite spirit or liqueur essence to make your favorite, scotch, bourbon rum or liqueur. There are hundreds to choose from
How much does it cost to make spirits at home?
A fraction of what it costs to buy spirits such as scotch bourbon rum gin and liqueurs. It will vary a little depending on the ingredients you use or the type of spirit you make. Most spirits you make will cost between $10 and $14 per 700ml bottle. Making spirits at home can become a brilliant hobby and you will be able to amaze your family and friends with the quality of the drinks you have produced.
How long does it take to make each batch of spirits?
Depending on the type of yeast and nutrients and the process you follow, you can be drinking your own home made spirits within 7 days.
Is it legal to use a still in Australia & New Zealand?
in Australia it is legal to purchase and own a still less than 5 litre capacity. It is legal to use a still without a license for either water purification or essential oil extraction. In New Zealand, Switzerland and Italy it is legal to own a still and use it to extract alcohol.
Please note: You must have a license to produce alcohol using a still in Australia. It is not legal to separate water and alcohol in a still without a permit.
In New Zealand it is legal to use up to a 25L still at home to produce spirit for home consumption
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