Scottish Whisky iStill!

Introduction

Any iStill can make any product. Whisky, vodka, rum, brandy, or gin … you name it, the iStill can make it. But that’s just the production side of things. Sometimes additional rules or laws apply. Scottish single malt is an example. Additional rules are set in place.

In this iStill Blog post I will explore what those additional rules are and how iStill helps customers – with its advanced technology – at making amazing Scottish single malt whisky. Yes! iStill made Scottish single malt whisky according to the rules of the Scottish Whisky Association.

Scottish single malt whisky

Scottish single malt whisky is a full bodied, three dimensional spirit, produced by batch distillation. But there are more rules applicable. For instance: it has to be made in Scotland, but there is more, so let’s dive in deeper.

Scottish single malt whisky needs to be distilled in a potstill. Otherwise it cannot be called Scottish single malt whisky. Not just any potstill though! The potstill needs a lyne arm and at least all the gases need to touch copper only. In practice, this means that the top of the boiler, the riser and the lyne arm need to be all copper. The boiler and product cooler can me made out of other materials as well.

The iStill solution to Scottish single malt production

We are proud to announce that we can now help out Scots that want to produce single malt whisky. We hereby introduce the iStill 500, 2000, and 5000 Copper. Not because it makes better whisky, but simply because it is the only way in which we can help out our Scottish customers that want to produce single malt whisky.

The units come with a PLC, automated run programs, and automated cuts for heads, hearts, and tails. The units are directly fired and can be fitted with our famous Jet Propulsion Agitator System (J-PAS). The new range comes standard with Dynamic Cuts Management for an unmatched batch consistency and production efficiency.

The 500 liter version produces 50 liter of spirits per hour. The 2000 liter still produces up to 100 liters per hour. The iStill 5000 Copper produces up to a whopping 200 liters per hour.

Pricing

The iStill 500 Copper costs EUR 75.000,-. The iStill 2000 Copper costs EUR 125.000,-. The biggest (so far) version is the iStill 5000 Copper. It sells for EUR 175.000,-.

On a five year rent-to-own basis, the iStill 500 Copper can be leased for EUR 1.596,- per month. The iStill 2000 Copper would cost EUR 2.660,- per month. The iStill 5000 Copper can be leased for EUR 3.724,- per month.

Request for more information

For more information, please reach out to Sales@iStillmail.com.

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