Al Silver: dude was obviously drinking it as fast as it came out his speech is slurred
Richard Johnson: how much do u make in 1 run for that size pressure cooker?
Dean: the stuff that comes off the top is methanol, aka wood alcohol. you can't drink that.
aloijah: how long is the copper tubing?
William Paugh: I usually let it cook itself before I distill it bc it adds to a higher alcohol content
Carl N: WAL-MART DESTROYED AMERICA!
Scott Biggs: Why cant you use aluminium.
Romelia Polly: I know that you can get solutions for that on woodprix website. just google 'woodprix' :)))
Rob Cartwright: Obviously
NoVaTutz: i have a smaller cooker than you how much mash should i put in? and how much do i throw away
Clarke Statham: Hi Mate. Clarke here from NZ... Hey I was wondering about what you were saying at around 0.20 regarding the use of aluminum still pots that stainless steel and not aluminum should be used. I'm pretty sure sure you can use an aluminum still pot but please please correct me and tell me why if Im wrong about this. I am by no means an expert. In fact I'm about to distill my first ever alcohol. It's just that there is so much conflicting info out here on the web. It's a 50/50 mix of those that claim using an aluminum still pot is fine due to impurities such as heavy metals staying behind during the distillation process and then those that say chemicals from aluminum can leach out and into the brew and evaporate with the alcohol. I'm kinda confused. why are aluminum still pots no good?
Sanoj Fil: nice tnx for this vid.
Jimi Kivilompolo: what vol/% is that vine/vodka?
Jimi Kivilompolo: is that orange hose copper?
c3nar1us: Sounds like mr. Mackay. Alcohol is bad M'kay!
Colin Odom: Cool vid Jake. I'm on my way to getting just as hammered as you. I have a very large canner that was my grandmothers and after I finish canning my peppers and eggs I'll be runnin some cider and mash with brown sugar. Grow in the heat and brew when it's cool.