__CONFIG_colors_palette__{"active_palette":0,"config":{"colors":{"ed151":{"name":"Main Accent","parent":-1},"12ff1":{"name":"Accent Dark","parent":"ed151"}},"gradients":[]},"palettes":[{"name":"Default","value":{"colors":{"ed151":{"val":"rgb(200, 140, 0)","hsl":{"h":42,"s":0.99,"l":0.3922,"a":1}},"12ff1":{"val":"rgb(5, 3, 0)","hsl_parent_dependency":{"h":42,"l":-0.02,"s":0.86}}},"gradients":[]},"original":{"colors":{"ed151":{"val":"rgb(55, 179, 233)","hsl":{"h":198,"s":0.8,"l":0.56,"a":1}},"12ff1":{"val":"rgb(13, 49, 65)","hsl_parent_dependency":{"h":198,"s":0.66,"l":0.15,"a":1}}},"gradients":[]}}]}__CONFIG_colors_palette__
$0.00
Cart

No products in the cart.

vodka stills

Vodka may be distilled from any starch or sugar rich base. Most vodka today is produced from grains such as sorghum, corn, rye or wheat.

Vodka must undergo many distillations in order to raise the proof of the spirit to the required 190 proof. This is normally done using a rectification column attached to the still with 20-40 plates. Each plate acts as a separate distillation thereby increasing the proof at each step. Plates are covered with multiple bubble caps which help disperse the vapors through the liquid and increases the liquid-vapor contact resulting in higher plate efficiency.

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


Options

types

FEATURES

SPIRIT RUN FREQUENCY

VODKA STILL

1-STEP DISTILLATION

-1 STILL

-DISTILL FROM WASH TO VODKA IN 1 STEP

-10-12 HOUR DISTILLATION TIME

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

VODKA STILL

2-STEP DISTILLATION

-1 STILL

-COLUMNS ARE BYPASSED FOR STRIPPING RUN


-STRIPPING RUN DAYS 1-3

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY 4th DAY

STRIPPING STILL

VODKA STILL

-2 STILLS

-STRIPPING IS SEPARATED FROM VODKA

-STILL SUITED FOR HIGH PRODUCTION

-STRIPPING RUN EVERY DAY

-SPIRIT RUN EVERY DAY

CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION

FEATURES


COLUMN STILL 

-SINGLE OR MULTIPLE COLUMN ARRANGEMENT

-ABILITY TO RUN CONTINUOUSLY 24-7

-SUITED FOR LARGE DISTILLERIES

-HIGH PRODUCTION

CONFIGURATIONS

Internal or External Steam Heating

Electric Heating

Clean In Place (CIP)

Pot Still Shape

Spirit Head Shape

Vapor and Bypass Plumbing

Mixers

Condensers

Columns

Automation

The most simple and efficient method to distill vodka is using a single column, however a single column is not always an option for distilleries with low ceiling heights. To get around low ceiling heights vodka columns can be broken up into 2 or 3 sections, but this will decrease column efficiency and increase the overall cost of the still.

One of the most expensive components of a vodka column is the dephlegmator (reflux condenser) that sits on the top of the column. The dephlegmator creates the necessary reflux required to fill the plates of the column and keep the column in balance throughout the distillation. Columns can be equipped with bypass and drain valves which can be used to drain plates or bypass a plate during distillation.