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Alembic Copper Still Alembic Copper Still

Alembic Copper Still

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  • Easy to assemble, disassemble, and move
  • Great for distilling moonshine, whiskey, brandy, essential oils and more
  • Can be used to distill essential oils
  • Made with the highest quality thick gauge copper
  • Soldered parts are then hand hammered twice so that copper maintains resistance and strength
  • Beautiful hammered finished
  • 100% lead-free materials and construction
  • Handmade by artisans in India being paid fair wages
  • Please note: Always check your state's local distillation laws before attempting to distill spirits at home. Some states require government approval before distilling. Use of this product for distilling spirits is solely at your own risk. Please familiarize yourself with federal distillation laws before attempting use with spirits. More information on federal distillation laws, regulations and permits can be found on the TTB website
  • Made in India
Thick gauge copper and brass
Hand wash with warm water only
Base, onion head cap with spout, receiver with built in coil, and removable thermometer
5 gallons
Copper thickness
1.1 mm
24.4" x 18.9" x 11.8"
13 lbs


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Alembic Copper Still

Home distilling is easy—and attractive—with this striking copper and brass still. Handcrafted with care by artisans in India for fair wages, the design is fashioned after the ancient alembic still. While not in use making batches of brandy, whiskey, and other spirits (you can even use it to make essential oils!), it serves as a striking piece of home décor.


You’ve probably heard of home brewing. Home distilling is a similar, scaled-down process—with small-batch spirits like whiskey and brandy as the satisfying end result. And the copper still from Alchemade does the job while acting as a striking addition to your space. (Make sure you get familiar with federal and state laws before you start distilling, though!)

If DIY spirits aren’t your thing, the still can be used to make essential oils or distilled water instead.

Distilling is a tradition that hasn’t really changed in, well, centuries. This still is fashioned after the alembic still, which dates back to ancient Egypt. It’s handcrafted by artisans in India, who are paid a fair wage for their work. They carefully hammer and solder the pieces to create an eye-catching still that is as functional as it is beautiful. more Their Story