20"Tall 2" diameter This distiller tower comes complete with a quick-release tri-clamp connector, which fits on a standard stainless steel keg or my 3 gallon (10 liter) or 8 gallon (50 liter) boilers.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Sep 2015
I bought this still head after buying the 8 gallon milk can. A great combo. The only issue is that the Liebig is a little short and does not protrude far enough out past the side of the milk can to conveniently positon the collection vessel, just a minor inconvenience. Otherwise it would have been five stars. Tonight I did a stripping run on 6 gallons of ~14% sugar wash, ran to 208 degrees F, yield was two quarts @73%, two quarts at 60% and two quarts at 40%. Going to repeat with six more gallons of wash, do a spirit tun, an finally a gin run. This is really a do-it-all little still head for a very reasonable price!
Posted by Unknown on 19th Apr 2015
Only problem I have is that the plastic gasket is too thick. I cant get the clamp to fit on with that gasket. Other than that the column works perfectly!
Posted by Dave on 14th Jan 2015
Good still to start out with, made 150 proof right out the gate. The outlet is pretty close to the handle on my keg which makes it a challenge to get a collection jar under it. Also make sure you buy an o-ring if you plan on using it with a keg, the supplied gaskets are too thick to clamp on a keg.
Posted by william mcbride on 2nd Sep 2013
Shipped on time with a few taps of a rubber mallet the tower and tri-clamp was sitting on top of my beer keg and I made two runs with average of 130 proof. Thanks Milehigh
Posted by Stephen Davidson on 19th Jun 2013
If you're making flavorful whiskeys or rums that needs a slightly higher proof, then this tower is perfect. However if you're making Vodkas and engine fuel then I recomend that you get a refluxing tower instead because this little gem is just not tall enough to get the refluxing you would need to acheive a higher proof. This tower is also great for beginners and intermediate distillers.
Posted by Justin on 6th Aug 2012
Very well built and designed love it
Posted by Bill on 30th Jun 2012
I own both the two and three inch "keg" stills, recently purchasing the two inch on accident as I meant to reorder another three. On a whim I decided to try it as they were planned to be used in different locations. Hindsight being what it is I should have returned the two inch. Everything else remaining equal, including the amount of packing and type, the three remains cooler, has a greater output at a higher % concentration and the difference in cost is quickly offset by the amount of fuel used in the number of "reruns" needed to get the proof I was seeking.