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HDNB wrote:or from the blue pigment out of the box on the table labelled "Kolor Kit"?
ain't april 1st yet.
i'm calling bullshit.
HDNB wrote:no question it take time to get through the homeworks, reading and understanding all of it is daunting.
after you get done with cranky's spoon feeding thread here is a great place to research the right build for your purpose. there is some links that go to build plans on it too!
you can ask questions directly on those threads too, to keep the continuity going there. this blue distillate thing has been beaten to death so bad, that's probably the only reason a mod hasn't been over here twisting my ears for derailing it more!
HDNB wrote:cause=alkaline wash and deep tails.
uncleFred wrote:It's an electric crock pot with a ceramic crock that sits inside the heating element and has a high and low setting. On the low setting it don't get hot enough to run any tails, i chose this for my temporary set up over a pressure cooker because there is no open flame and it will just break the flour paste seal if it for some reason builds up to much pressure. For safety reasons I would rather buy a professionally built still than build one but I do know a welder that would help me out if I went that route. I'm just using this to get started and have some hands on learning. I haven't made it to the still plans section yet I'm making my way through the spoon feeding thread right now. I do have a 15.5 gallon keg that I see is popular for boilers but I'm not sure if I want to go that big.
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