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Brandy stills

Brandy, like whiskey, is traditionally a double distillation process. Pot stills are typically made out of copper and have a distinctive alembic or onion style spirit head. 

Some traditional alembic brandy stills also have a wine pre-heater that helps heat the wine for the next distillation and provides reflux cooling for the current distillation. Brandy can also be made using a hybrid still with a small column, similar to how many European fruit brandies are made today.

*The color configuration of our stills constitutes proprietary trade dress, and is a trademark of Revival Stillworks Ltd.

OPTIONS

type

FEATURES

SPIRIT RUN FREQUENCY

STRIPPING STILL

SPIRIT STILL 

-2 STILLS

-HIGH PRODUCTION

-STRIPPING RUN EVERY DAY

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

SPIRIT STILL

-1 STILL

-LOW CAPITAL COST

-STRIPPING RUN DAYS 1-3

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY 4th DAY

HYBRID STILL

-SINGLE RUN DISTILLATION

-SMALL FOOTPRINT

-TIME AND ENERGY SAVINGS

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

ALEMBIC BRANDY STILL

-ALEMBIC STYLE

-OPTIONAL WINE PRE-HEATER

-OPTIONAL COPPER COIL CONDENSER


CONFIGURATIONS

Internal or External Heating

Electric Heating

Clean In Place (CIP)

Pot Still Shape

Spirit Head Shape

Brandy Wine Pre-Heater

Lyne Arm Size and Angle

Mixers

Condensers

Columns

Automation

Alembic Refining Lentil

Brandy stills can come in many shapes and forms. Brandy is typically produced by distilling wine from grapes, but other variations of fruit brandies or eau de vie are made from fruits such as apples, pears, apricots and plums. Brandy is typically aged in barrels for 2-10 years. Brandy can also be used to produce fortified wines like Port and Sherry.