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October 4, 2010
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Owner of Clawhammer Supply

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Before we get started, a reminder: Distilling alcohol is illegal without a federal fuel alcohol or distilled spirit plant permit as well as relevant state permits. Our distillation equipment is designed for legal uses only and the information on this website is for educational purposes only. Please read our complete legal summary for more information on the legalities of distillation.



Kyle Brown is the owner of Clawhammer Supply, a small scale distillation and brewing equipment company which he founded in 2009. His passion is teaching people about the many uses of distillation equipment as well as how to make beer at home. When he isn't brewing beer or writing about it, you can find him at his local gym or on the running trail.

  • Just got your e book, thanks

    Posted by TErry on November 01, 2016
  • I use a 5 litre (1.3 US GAL) pot still. I make a 25 litre (6.6 US GAL) wash and ferment with 8 kg (17.6 pounds) of raw (brown) sugar and add about1 pound of molasses. I use this to make rum. any recipes for making rum mixes.

    Posted by Jeff on October 31, 2016
  • Please send me my free book,

    Posted by Henry on October 30, 2016
  • this is my conformation

    Posted by Robert on October 29, 2016
  • Morning, i got my ebook and will be using it. Thanks

    Posted by John on October 27, 2016
  • I am 98% done with my fractionating still. I left it that way for 3-4 years until I retired, for obvious reasons. i am using ss kegs and copper with silver solder. The condenser coil was a hassle but got it done with a cooling jacket. What is the best form of water, well,creek,rain, softened, or hard or distilled? Just need to find that yellow can to make the torch hum.

    Posted by James Cool on October 24, 2016
  • please send free book

    Posted by bradley on October 23, 2016

    Posted by RAY on October 22, 2016
  • Hi all, enjoy the site. I’m From Ireland and interested in the history of distilling among other things.
    I’m surprised how many recipes use bakers yeast.
    Keep the stills warm and the liquid flowing.

    Posted by WIll MUrphy on October 22, 2016
  • got your e book and will read it thanks for the info fast service . emanuel

    Posted by emanuel on October 17, 2016
  • Got the book, Thank you!

    Posted by Kevin on October 15, 2016
  • thanks got the book

    Posted by bud on October 14, 2016
  • Good day,

    Thank you for the info, however, how do i go about buying a mini still for my mash?

    Kind regards

    Posted by Oscar on October 13, 2016
  • Awesome, looks easy and fun, perfect for the holidays. I live and work in Panamá but miss Oregon. Thanks for your prompt response!

    Posted by Bob on October 11, 2016
  • Thank you for you immediate answer so far I’ve enjoyed your site and hope to do business later .,keep it up and I don’t mean the temp

    Posted by WAde cHick on October 10, 2016
  • This my confirmation. Thanks can’t wait to get started.

    Posted by BRandon on October 10, 2016
  • The last two times I distilled here are the results:
    first run =55% 52%
    second =79% 85%
    third =85% 89%
    I have never had my first run below 52%, and on my second and third run it starts running out between 160 and 165….

    Posted by Bedford brown on October 08, 2016
  • Thanks , I wanted it to learn how to make fuel , for when things hit the fan!!

    Posted by TErry on October 07, 2016
  • Awesome just got the ebook! thanks guys

    Posted by Matt on October 06, 2016
  • How does the stainless steel work out compared th the copper.

    Posted by BIll on October 05, 2016

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