Distilling without a license may be against the law where you live! Be
sure to check the local, state, federal, and/or national laws of your
country before distilling!
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List of materials for project
1/4" copper tubing (at least 8 feet)
1/4" spring tubing bender
"Goop" brand sealant/glue or similar type silicone sealant
tape measure or yardstick
power drill w the following size bits: 1/4", 3/16", 1/8"
rubber stopper or cork that is sized to fit the mouth of the teakettle
a medium size nail
a rubber band
leather or canvas gloves
Light (22 gauge) steel wire
Department Store (Wal-Mart etc..)
stainless steel (not aluminium - it will corrode) teakettle (the larger the better)
IMPORTANT - Check to make sure that the teakettle has only one opening (at the mouth). Teakettles that have a removable top will leak!
tennis ball can
aquarium charcoal (for fish tank filter)
1 quart of corn syrup (Karo brand or similar) or Molasses. Note: Sorghum Molasses makes an EXCELLENT finished product.
Use about 3 1/2 pounds Sorghum Molasses to one gallon water. Sorghum
Molasses may be hard to locate. Generally it is found at
It is also available on the internet. It is well worth seeking out, as it makes a very tasty end product!
1 package Fleischmann's active dry yeast
2 plastic 1-gallon milk or water jugs
vegetable oil (olive oil, corn oil, etc...)
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