daniel gomez: how do i tell what parts of the shine is bad
Haddad NabIL: إنه العرق يا ساده
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Robert Colalillo: Just admit big waste of hundred dollars I like corn soup but 100 dollar corn soup no thanks I would rather drink some hard liquor with that hundred
Michael Quinn: if you cook at a higher temp the flow will be better. keep and eye on core temp and oul once it increases to water boiling temp
George Scott: where did you get the corks from, what sizes and what was the cost?
Vitaly Bredikhin: good stuff bud!
Meaneviljoe: Methanol! ... Always in the first ounce.
Meaneviljoe: You're doing it all wrong lol.
Julie Lambla: My Teflon doesn't seem to be that reliably tight! What did you do?
Infidel of the Hoi Poloi: dude, you're more buzzed than me. bahaha! I love your build. i'm going to uyse to for my home build rum
Vladimir Nachev: I dont like this model you need a conical shape on top so water will go back to the boil
John Ryan: the heads are METHANOL not ACETONE pal
Cee Dee: Maybe not drink so much while working with a still?
Graham Bate: Buu one on ebay new for cheaper cob
Dave Ver: Why would one be concerned with acetone from a product that has already been distiller, in this case, wine All the nasty stuff should have been removed during the original run.
Clown Whisper: you sound blown up
Clown Whisper: i used burning logs
Clayton Williams: i like being a chem major and just knowing how to do this cause science.
wolfwarrior1371: Hey jake awesome vid. Just wondering if your thermometer goes right into your mash while distilling or just measuring the temp of the steam? Also could you make a vid of the inside workings of your still like how the copper and thermo are connected