Continuous Column Stills Boost Efficiency
The two common types of distillation stills are traditional pot
stills and continuous column stills.
Spirits like vodka, white rum, and gin are typically
distilled in continuous column stills.
As the newest kind of vessel that distillation can occur in - with pot stills
being introduced in the 15th century and column stills coming about in
the 19th century - column stills are said to have made the most impact
on the spirits industry.
Continuous column stills were
created to be more efficient -
producing more by spending less.
Column stills make clean spirits
while pot stills make spirits that
have a bit more of a profile.
While the decision of what type of still to use is an important one, it could be argued that
where you get the still from is even more important; as well as finding a manufacturer who
has the experience, knowledge, and skill needed to help.
Specific Mechanical Systems is a
specialty brewing and distilling
equipment manufacturer based in
They've recently updated their handcrafted
distilling equipment, including both copper
and stainless steel continuous column
Their continuous column stills are 100% hand built and completely
manufactured in Canada, allowing you to rest assured that the highest
quality materials are used in your distilling equipment.
Every column still from Specific
Mechanical Systems is engineered for the
production of high-quality spirits, and can
be customized to meet the needs of your
Interested in a continuous column still from
Specific Mechanical Systems? Contact
them with your distilling equipment and
continuous column still questions by
calling them at 1-250-652-2111.
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