Yep cept when im drunk and got to read the board next day to see what I might of posted.
yea i was thinking this and its a good thing that my first batch is all gone and tommorow i am working on distilling my next batch so that is why this post is not nearly as bad of a drunk post as i am capable of .
i found out about this hobby/art/test of my skills about 4-6 months ago and wasnt really that serious about getting going and building a still until i read the homedistillers and realised how easy it is to do
my still is really simple but i guess that the ideas that got it built were mostly learned from here and google. a beer keg a couple feet of 2" copper a 2"t 2"90 and a 2"male adaptor some 1/4" tubing and a pump
the easy part was that i am a plumber and recently we got a really cool tool
http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/320E-Pressi ... index.html
this is great pipes and fittings squeeze together perfect every time with no leaks
also i didnt have to even use any of those seemingly undoable skills for the average person even though soldering is really easy even for a first timer if you follow some basic rules
so i guess the reason i dont share more of my ideas with the newtimers (even though i am one) due to the fact i get in to reading this forum while drunk or i just dont want to get flamed for my strange ideas