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This is a jar of sorts, half-filled with liquid (water, mash or tails). See the Moonshine Photos for examples of them. Thumper This acts as a simple second distillation stage. Once its fully saturated with alcohol (hence better to start with something already containing alcohol), and up to temperature, the vapour leaving it will be doing the equivalent of a second distillation (usng the incoming vapour as the heat source) (see the wee applet in Reflux Design ... set it to 2 stages .... so the vapour leaving a 15% wash will be coming off at 65%, after going through a second stage (the thumper) it will be at 85%). Rudenoise's pot still shows an excellent example of a thumper in action ...
I wanted to start out with a small still and this was the answer. How does this work ? Look at the energy involved .. Heat of Vapourisation/Condensation Water = 2260 J/g Ethanol = 855 J/g Slobber Box. Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey. Home Distillation of Alcohol (Homemade Alcohol to Drink) Check out the Photos of Stills section to at least see what they should be constructed like.
There are some excellent designs by Alex (Bokakob) in Bokakob designs. Both Pot & Reflux stills are relatively simple and both produce liquor. The difference is just that for a reflux still you have a packed column before the condensor, and you get some of the vapour to condense and drip back through the packing. You do this if you want to make clean/pure/tasteless alcohol of around 75%-96% purity for adding flavours to, or making gin/vodkas etc.
If however you just want to make straight forward whiskey / schnapps etc with some flavour, you can use either a pot or a reflux still. An interesting note is that some copper in the vapour path is benefical. HOME - Dramatic Whisky Tasting Events. Balvenie Single Malt Whisky. The Balvenie.