The iStills can make whiskey, rum, brandy, gin, vodka, and liquers. One still does it all. In fact, if you fit the iStill with the agitator and boiler radiator, you can also use it to mash and ferment!
iStill makes distilling easy. The units come with various automated programs that help you mash, ferment, and distill. We have added a master distiller for free! Also, all iStills can be connected to the internet. That way we can upload new firmware to your distillery multiple times per year
iStills are made from high-quality Stainless Steel. Because it is strong and chemically inactive, it outlasts copper columns by decades. Any sulfur contamination issues with the Craft Distillers wine or beer base product, usually caused by substandard fermentations, is taken care of by the iStill Catalytic Waffles.+ learn more
The 21 st Century technology, together with the compact design and insulation, cut running costs – when compared to traditional plated copper stills – by around 90%, gaining you an amazing competitive advantage over those that wish to continue to use antiquated 19th Century technology.
Producing spirts costs money. Distilling drinks asks for an investment in both time and money. It's in telling your story and selling your bottles that the real value of craft distilling can be found. Our technology takes care of spirits production, so that you can focus on telling and selling.+ learn more
The automation and robotization give you total control over the spirits production process. This helps you make the exact same, top shelf product over and over again.
The advanced design is over 90% efficient in its energy use. This lowers your variable production costs significantly. The size of our operation and our batch production approach to building distilleries help us to maintain a low cost point for our stills, limiting your initial investments.
Our patented flush square boiler offer unique properties. A high net filling grade of over 80% is one advantage. Another benefit is that mixing does not create agitation of shearing, enabling a more stable distillation run with – again – more control over what flavor components are selected and harvested.