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March 25, 2011

Moonshine Still Parts Kits are Here!

Wooo hoooo!  We're very excited to announce that our 1, 5, and 10 gallon brewing and distillation "moonshine still" parts kits are ready to order!

How To Make A "Moonshine Still" Video:  Screen Shots



Our 100% copper "moonshine still" parts kits feature all materials and instructions needed for construction of a premium, all copper column still.  We decided to stick with the traditional column still design that we offer for our custom line.  This particular still offers excellent versatility and can be used as highly efficient pot still or can be modified to be used as a true reflux.  

All parts are CAD drawn, machine cut & drilled, and guaranteed to fit together perfectly.  All you need to do make some easy bends, hammer some rivets into place, and solder.  We've designed the kits so they can be assembled using only basic tools.  Tools needed to put the kits together include the following: a hammer, a plumbing torch or an electric soldering iron (both available at lowe's), pliers, steel wool or sandpaper, a work table, and a metal backstop (vice, anvil, steel dolly, or a second hammer). To make actual functional equipment, you'll also need a 4' of 1/2" copper pipe (available at any hardware store), two 5/8" hose clamps, and 50' of 1/2" hose (garden hose works, but industrial metal braided hose is preferred).

Some soldering skills are recommended, but not absolutely necessary.  I had never really soldered anything together before making my first moonshine still and managed to figure it out by watching videos just like the how to make a "moonshine still" assembly video series we offer access to with the kits.  The trick to laying a good bead of solder is 1) starting with a tight joint (which we'll ensure by providing precision cut parts) and 2) applying just the right amount of heat (which we'll describe in the video).  It also helps to make sure that the joints are scored with a wire brush or sand paper before flux is applied and the joint is soldered (we'll even pre-score most of the joints).  

Note, this product is NOT a complete, functional still. Once assembled, the unit merely provides a basic framework for brewing and distilling equipment. The parts must be assembled by the purchaser, using the tools and equipment listed above. Some additional parts are also needed (to be provided by the purchaser), in order to manufacture functional equipment.

  • I would like a price on you 10 and 15 gallon kits. thankyou

    Posted by dan plano on June 08, 2014
  • I would like to buy one of these kits, i am in the UK, is this possible?

    Posted by Jodi on December 24, 2013
  • Was wanting to no how much ur ten gallon kits was

    Posted by matt on December 21, 2013
  • Was wanting to no price of ur 10gallon kits

    Posted by matt on December 21, 2013
  • Looking for 15-20 , do you sell these kits

    Posted by Scooby on November 12, 2013
  • Hello Kyle
    I am looking for a kit for a 20 to 30 gallon still with a thumper. The biggest still I seen on your website in a kit form was a 10 gallon. Do you guys offer anything bigger then 10 gallon?? Thanks!!

    Posted by Casey on March 25, 2013
  • im looking for a 15 gallon still can you help me plase

    Posted by boss on February 15, 2013
  • Simple question what is the diameter of five gallon still pot,how hard to convert to reflux

    Posted by rich on January 27, 2013
  • Kyle,
    I have seen a few of your videos on youtube. I want to say very informative, and good job. Look forward to doing business with you in the near future buying a kit!

    Posted by Brent Grable on January 05, 2013
  • Hope you guys had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year, now lets get down to business. I am looking for a 12 gallon kit with a thumper and a coil. do you have one or will you be making a kit soon? I would even be iunterested in purchasing plans.
    Appreciate all the help, your great video is what got me and a few of my buddies interested,

    Posted by Bob Janis on January 02, 2013

    Posted by ROBERT ROBINSON on December 16, 2012
  • I would like to receive instructions to build a copper still. What would be the cost of such plans?

    Posted by Gulian Gates on December 13, 2012
  • What is the name and address so I con order this still kit so I can get started thanks James paullo

    Posted by James paullo on December 12, 2012
  • what are the different kit sizes. do you have a 15 or a 20 gal. kit.. thank you

    Posted by maurice plott on September 08, 2012
  • I am making a 2gallon still out of a old stockpot and I need a cone to fit the top and a hole at the to for a collar and the cap can you guys make the cone for me like the one for your 5gallon still the pot diameter is 10inchs

    Posted by Taylor on June 20, 2012
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    Posted by Svannaho Fulopx on May 19, 2012
  • Hey guys im lookin for a Kit to build a 50 gallon sitll can you help me out ?

    Posted by Lucas Crawford on January 16, 2012
  • looking for plans for a 20 gallon pot still, thumper and worm. can you help me? Merry christmas and I hope with your own hooch

    Posted by cliff blastow on December 22, 2011
  • Hey Jim, thanks for the comment. I’m not sure where you can find a boiler that big! For the time being, the largest kit we’re planning on making is 20 gallons. Good luck with your search though.

    Posted by kyle on May 04, 2011
  • Hi I would like to make a still but heres my problum I don’t know anywhere to have a big enoungh boiler made or how to make it myself if you can suggest something thank you oh I’m lookig to make a larger capacity still where it will turn out at least 30 gal at a time

    Posted by Jim on March 27, 2011

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