Your one stop source for all your home distilling needs. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality moonshine and alcohol stills at the best prices. Whether you're a commercial distillery, micro distillery, or a home distiller, we have just the right still for you.
We carry quality stainless steel distillers, distiller towers, some copper stills, parts and supplies including turbo yeast and essences. Distilling units for water purification, alcohol fuel distillation (with the proper permits of course) and even essential oil extraction; there is no limit to what you can use your distiller for!
This website is updated routinely, so look around and have fun!
Stills ship within 5-7 business days
Supply orders ship 2-3 business days or less
The coupon is still out there so find it and get some discounts!
More news: we now accept Paypal, regular cards and Apple Pay. Hopefully we can accept android pay soon as well, so keep checking back!
Fun fact: October 19 is International Gin and Tonic day. So stock up and have a party!
Oak Barrels are coming soon to our store! We are working to provide this gap in our inventory, so please check back soon and we will have them.
Please double-check your local laws before deciding to buy a moonshine still. If you do purchase, you will find that you have a vast world of alchemy at your fingertips.
Distilling is arguably one of the oldest professions on this earth. Once we (mankind) had discovered distilling, it has been a wonderful world of making whiskey, rum, gin, vodka or any other wonderful spirit.
In America we had gone through prohibition, then the repeal of prohibition in 1933 we still had kept a range of tight laws surrounding the practice of distilling our own spirits. Now a days, the industry is booming but there is much confusion as to where and if you are allowed to make your own whisky. Why? Home brewers, home wine makers, are no different than home or hobby distillers. Sure, there is a bit more work involved or know-how to run a still compared to fermenting a batch of beer. But in the many years since its inception, the art of distilling has produced far fewer failures than successes. The access to good information is so available today, it is only a matter of time before home distilling becomes fully legal without any confusion about it.
Check out the Hobby Distillers Association for more information and up to date progress on legislation. We are sure hoping for big changes soon. Perhaps with the coming election we will see some more progress around the corner.