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hybrid stills

A hybrid still is a combination of a pot still and a column still, which are often linked together with piping, and diverter valves. Turning on or off certain valves permits different process paths, with each path containing its own distillation properties.

Hybrid stills can be used to produce a variety of spirits from whiskey to vodka and gin. The versatility of these hybrid distilling systems has gained them wide popularity among the craft distilling community.

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


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FEATURES

TOP MOUNTED COLUMN

-SUITED FOR BRANDY, GIN, STRIPPING, AND SINGLE PASS WHISKEY

SINGLE SIDE MOUNTED COLUMN

-SUITED FOR VODKA, BRANDY, GIN, AND SINGLE PASS WHISKEY

MULTIPLE SIDE MOUNTED COLUMNS

-SUITED FOR LOW CEILING HEIGHTS

-SUITED FOR VODKA, BRANDY, GIN, AND SINGLE PASS WHISKEY

CONFIGURATIONS

Top Mounted Columns

Single Side Mounted Column

Multiple Side Mounted Columns

Internal or External Steam Heating

Electric Heating

Pot Still Shape

Spirit Head Shape

Clean In Place (CIP)

Mixers

Condensers

Columns

Hybrid stills can be used to produce a variety of different spirits which is why they are becoming increasingly popular with craft distilleries. The ability to produce a neutral spirit and whiskey on a single still enables new distilleries to purchase the necessary equipment at a more affordable price, and still establish cash flow quickly while waiting for whiskey to age.

Hybrid stills also provide distillers with the opportunity to experiment with different spirits and techniques while developing new product lines.