Mile Hi Distilling

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Mile Hi Distilling

Postby big_daddy_d » Sat Sep 27, 2008 4:42 pm

I just wanted to let everyone know that the pot still i got from Mile hi distilling is awsome. I was having a problem getting a palatble sugar wash through my still. I called them up and spoke with a very kind and informative gentlemen. Who turned me in the right direction. Im now running a fresh Turbo 48 sugar wash and all i can say is DAMN lol. The temps are holding steady and the liquid coming out is rather tasty uncut and aired out.Going to use the hearts for some Strawberry Panty Dropper.The rest im gonna mix with the not so tasty that i made the other day and do a spirit run on it in the mourn.
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby Godstilla » Sat Sep 27, 2008 5:39 pm

Yay to you! I think you'd be even happier once you stop using Turbos. I know I'm glad I quit them. :)
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby Rudi » Sat Sep 27, 2008 8:47 pm

Read Wineos plain ol sugar wash you'll be glad you did(its in the tried and true section)
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby big_daddy_d » Sun Sep 28, 2008 2:24 am

The first one i did was dwwg and it smelled and tasted rather good before i ran it.The second one wich was the turbo was pretty tasty also. So far knock on wood, All my washes have started working with in 20 to 30 min of pitching yeast. My 2 ujssm washes are in my bathroom with a small space heater set at 80 deg.F. They almost started immidietly and are starting to slow a little(started them Thur. afternoon). Tuesday I plan on doing a stipping run on them.
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby Hawke » Sun Sep 28, 2008 3:01 am

Have had good success with those folks. That UJ will be some fine stuff.
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby Piter » Sun Sep 28, 2008 5:01 am

Agree with you on their products. I have their pot still column on a 7.75 gallon keg. I just finished my first run of UJSSM and it tasted pretty good, even if young. Can't wait to see what a little wood aging will do for it. 8)
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Re: Mile Hi Distilling

Postby Damian » Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:50 am

How long did it take you guys to get your supplies from mile hi I ordered on the 18th and my order is still pocessing
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