David Cabrera: Thanks for the video. Would it work better with 1/2 in. Copper tube??
Cody Lenigar: What proof is this?
Joe Stidham: Don't ever drink the first part coming off. Never, never, never! If you are running a 5 gallon still it's around the first 200 ml's. The taste and smell will change. Now when I say taste I mean tiny drop on the tounge and spit out.
william mcleod: I dont have any, for you BUD!...lol . your a lot like my ex in a lot of ways lmfao , :-)bye
william mcleod: Obviously ,obviously... obviously! ( it's obvious he likes the word "obviously") I mean it's only obvious that it's the obvious word to ovulate what is being dejected from his mouth in a nonchalant obvious manner . Okay well I have a bunch of English teachers undergrads and professors on both sides of my family as well as the woman who I am going to marry my fiance is mother is a English teacher at a local high school so where to the wise and I quote«~" "intellectual people have a more intelligent way of expressing oneself other than happening upon the obvious... you use the word so much that it is now offensive and could be considered conjecture it's of black education too much white alcohol to be truthful where I come from could be considered just as Bad Manners ,distasteful display of mannerism . May you have a pleasant day and keep in mind that quote it will change your life as well as make you look more intelligent than what you look at us now
Mark Enriquez: This guy sounds like he's three sheets to the wind!
Garren Manges: wrong
Brandon Horseman: What size tubing and compression fitting??? I have the same pressure cooker
Joseph Gunter: LOVE the setup. Soooo Cooool. Thanks for the knowledge!!!!!
Justin B. (MrRasberryJamm): will the wine in the cooker still retain alcohol that is drinkable after the run?? how do you know when to stop running
Eric White: and your an idiot if you think you gotta dump the first 4 "shots" . its all ethanol. why moonshiners dump the 4 shots is for luck. don't toss any of your brew.
Eric White: 180 is the temp at which alcohol turns to a vapor so no higher then 190 195
Terryblount: Nothing wrong with aluminum. Half our food is cooked in aluminum pots and all our soft drinks are sold in aluminum cans. (and soda is HIGHLY corrosive) Danka Vodka is sold in aluminum containers and it's 80% alcohol.You setup needs about 2 ft of half inch stainless steel pipe on top of the pressure cooker to function as a reflux chamber. The water vapor will condense and run back into the pot while the alcohol vapor goes into the worm and condenses.You don't want to get over 200 since alcohol vaporizes at 173. The hotter the more water vapor will end up in your shine.You don't need ice. A bucket of cold water won't even warm up when you are cooking a couple gallons.
Mika Ross: do you know the wattage of your hotplate? and what is the setting you keep it at while running
mikey mendoza: actually water boils at 212 degrees at sea level but in a pressure cooker its up to 257 degrees, alcohol boiling point changes too
Blip Blap: And @ShRiMp that sounds fitting. Shrimp. What a joke!
Blip Blap: I hate idiots outside the US trying to dictate how things should be! Go courtesy to your Queen!
Blip Blap: Sounds like this guy made his shine the way he knew how. I think it's fine. Nice vid BTW. Now for all you out of the country idiots.. Well... Mind your own F***in business!! All you F**k h**ds outside this country want to accuse a guy of being un knowledgeable about his product can go F*ck yourselves. Thanks for the mash recipe. It was awesome, if you know what your doing!
yeeyoh: Hi, I may never make my own still but as a fan of Vodkia and a person who has enjoyed moonshine once or twice in my life I'm curious when the Methanol is separated from the ethanol. From what I understand, and I don't know much about this, when the 'mulch(?)' is boiled or raised in temperature both ethanol and methanol are evaporated. Methanol is like rubbing alcohol stuff like that and ethanol is 'the stuff you drink'. Any clarification on this would be great... and yes I did have to look up how to spell methanol and ethanol and which is which.