Valence Lalupse: Is it small distiler? and how much liters you get after distlesion?
Donald Badeaux: don't us aluminum pressure cooker...use a stainless steel one...
Dakota Ayy: whay type of fitting it that called? I cant seem to find one like it. I went to Ace today with no luck
Colt Egbert: damn glad ya made this video buddy, I'm gonna put one together my next days off
Clark Smith: Just get on with it buddy, no need for saying they same things over and over again..
Fish: is my life in slow motion?
Matt Carrasquillo: How did you bend the pipe without kinking it?
Charles Hornbrook: Boiling alcohol can leach toxins from aluminum which can lead to poisoning. There are a few oddball aluminum alloys with tiny amounts of lead in them. 2011, for example, has 0.40 percent lead. Casting alloy 364 has 0.25% maximum lead in it. Why take a chance? Use Copper
Charles Hornbrook: Alcohol + aluminum = lead poisoning. Never use an aluminum pot...EVER
James Travers: Thanks for posting this. Off to check out your "improved still".
Sotia Kotoisuva: what are the dangers of doing this.. what should i look out for when building this
Dave litteral: crap man you're killing me! Get on with it.
Justin Guerrera: what kind of pot is that? like what's it called?
bryon clemons: nice video but you repeated the same thing over and over
rashed assiri: Can I use a plastic pipe instead of copper?
Loni Hart: is it true the first few cc's are toxic and should be thrown out? if so how do you tell what to throw out?
HalfMonty11 Does Things: Is the vinegar really necessary before every distill? I mean the first shots and heads are going to run through, certainly clean and kill anything in the copper before you get to the hearts... plus only thing going through is alcohol water and some flavor compounds. I don't think it's going to have much to clean unless you store your copper pipe for a fairly long time without use.