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rum stills

Rum is produced by fermenting and distilling sugarcane molasses or sugarcane juice and is usually aged in oak barrels. Rum can be produced using a variety of different styles of stills from small batch pot stills to large production column stills.

Traditional rum distilleries use a pot still with two "thumpers" or retorts. The vapor leaving the thumper has a higher ABV as thumpers are used to refine the spirit much the same as a plate in a rectification column.

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


OPTIONS

type

FEATURES

SPIRIT RUN FREQUENCY

RUM STILL - 2 THUMPERS

-1 STILL

-SUITED FOR TRADITIONAL RUM DISTILLERIES

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

HYBRID STILL

-1 STILL

-SUITED FOR DISTILLERIES WHERE RUM IS JUST ONE OF MANY SPIRITS TO BE MADE ON THE SAME STILL

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

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

CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION

FEATURES


COLUMN STILL

-CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION

-HIGH VOLUME

Configurations

Thumpers/Retorts

Dunder Tank

Internal or External Steam Heating

Electric Heating

Pot Still Shape

Spirit Head Shape

Clean In Place (CIP)

Mixers

Condensers

Columns

A variety of methods can be used to produce rum.  Traditional pot stills lend themselves to producing traditional Caribbean style full bodied spirits. Column stills have been used extensively throughout history to produce rum, with some of the more famous rums being produced in large quantities using continuous column stills.  

The collection and use of dunder for use in fermentation is also a traditional rum technique. Dunder helps to lower pH, provides yeast nutrient, and provides critical esters to ensure good rum flavor.