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Alcoholics Unanimous…

EasyStillBy Peter Young

As everybody knows, coffee is the natural enemy of alcohol. Where is one of the best places to hide from your enemy? In plain sight of course (just ask any ninja). At a glance this looks like a standard brewing machine, but it is only a clever disguise! Introducing a new weapon in the war on sobriety: the EasyStill.

At last it is easy to make alcohol distillation a hobby. The actual distilling is as easy as making coffee!

EasyStill is a tabletop distillation unit. 4 liters of mash or wine are added and the unit plugged in. No cooling water required no thermometer or other nuisance. The unit is fan cooled. If you forget the unit it switches itself off when the boiling vessel is empty.

Four liters of your concocted “mash” and three hours of distillation will give you approximately 2 bottles of 92 proof hooch. If 92 proof isn’t enough you can redistill your swill making alcohol poisoning easier than ever!

While I’ve always paid for my drinks (in more ways than one) you could easily walk all over that smug Johnny guy or deep-six the Captain. Well, you could, after paying the $295 plus shipping and handling. With your new hobby you would get a return on investment after just one cirrhosis riddled liver.

You might want to check into the legality of home brewing in your area.

The EasyStill is available at easystill.comfor $295







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  • Mike

    Why is coffee the natural enemy of alcohol??

  • Anonymous

    I think this is such a rip-off. It looks exactly the same as this water distiller: http://www.escience.ca/genSci/RENDER/1010/2027/3068/11730.html
    That distiller runs about half the dang price.

  • Anonymous

    Check into the legality of home brewing? Brewing and Distilling are two seperate animals. Unless you live in New Zealand, it’s likely home distilling is illegal (at least, it is without the proper paperwork/taxes).