Mr. Distiller 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 Mr. Distiller System uses a revolutionary still that will be right at home amongst your everyday kitchen appliances. It's air cooled so it uses no water for cooling, great for regions where water shortages are a problem. Distillation takes just two hours and produces enough alcohol to make a 1 litre bottle (1 quart). 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. 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, Water Distillation - produce 100% pure, safe drinking water, Bio Fuel Manufacture.
120 Volts ( 320 Watts )
It's as easy as using a coffee maker!
These units are in stock and ready to ship.
1 Bag of yeast
How to use Mr Distiller video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1kz7bGGJ4g&feature=g-all-u
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Posted by One happy customer... on 17th Nov 2013
This thing “IS” the best thing since sliced bread!!! I have been wanting to build a still, but when I ran across this on the internet it was a no brainer. My first batch was with 2gal of tap water, 5lbs of white sugar and Turbo Yeast. It distilled to about 1000mil and 125proof on my first try. I turned it into Apple Pie Moonshine – super simple and it tasted great!!! I upgraded from the 2gal to an 8gal fermenter. I’m making my first batch of Rum this weekend. A lot of fun and very easy to use.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Oct 2013
I made a pressure cooker still and was always paranoid of blowing up the place,so I bought one of these MR.DISTILLERS, no more frigging worries ,all sealed ,fill it,plug it in ,50 minutes later ,boo-yah baby you got shine ,its already paid for itself,im looking to upgrade to keep up with the demand!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Mark Fannin on 8th Jul 2013
Just made my first batch with corn sugar and got 120 proof. I'll be working to refine the process and start dividing cuts for even better yields. It does however, take about 50 minutes to start producing but so what? The results are what counts. Thanks for a great product.
Posted by tucker on 22nd Apr 2013
Had my mr. distiller for about 4 months now and he's my best new lil friend!
been mainly running my homemade wine through it, been gettin 750ml at about 115 proof but this weekend i ran some mead(honey wine)through it....1st 350ml 140 proof!! 2nd 130 proof! and this is where your supposed to start collecting tails but i got another 350ml of 100 plus! btw it tasted greeeaat!
Posted by heads above the rest on 27th Feb 2013
a good distiller, my only suggestion is that they design a lock so the machine does not burp and lose steam(alcohol) and a 45 Degree elbow to flow the alcohol in a straight line downward.Make sure your mash is tightly strained so the yeast or grain does not burn on the bottom.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2013
Having a blast with this little thing. Im not getting quit the quanity that others are yet(I am 1st timer) but turning out some fine stuff. Very easy to use and to clean up well worth the money.
Posted by nate M. - TN on 24th Feb 2013
This little still disguised as what looks like a hot water pot has been a blast and super easy. I followed a process off the homedistiller forum and was able to double distill and do a very good stripping run with it - all on the utility room counter top. First batch was 10 times better than expected and didn't make me go blind:) Thanks,
Posted by HappyChuck on 19th Feb 2013
I ferment my wash in nice one gallon glass jugs which is enough to fill the Mr. Distiller.
I am very pleased with this distiller. Takes about an hour before the alcohol starts.
I carefully monitor the strength of the alcohol with hydrometer and collect about 750ML of good stuff.
I even use a carbon water filter to filter the shine with good results.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Feb 2013
this for someone who is learning and practicing thank you
Posted by FULLMOONER on 16th Feb 2013
I couldnt be happier this thing works awesome,it does what they said it would do in the video i watch . It is the simplest way to turn your mash into ethanol. im easily getting 38 to 48 oz of 100 proof alcohol out of one gallon of good mash
, (about three hours)well worth the money
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