Low wines still

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Still used to quikly run a beer to produce low wines in what is commonly called a stripping run. Basically this is a quick distillation used to increase the proof of the beer, but which is not efficient enough to produce a palatable spirit.

Low wines are then run again, usually through a separate and more efficient still known as a spirit still, though they can be run through the same still as the stripping run, but usually at a slower pace so as to produce a higher poof, palatable spirit.