Distillery Equipment Videos

This video shows a 200 gallon still running. It was only a cleaning run, but it will be distilling spirits very soon at Hochatown Distilling Co. in Oklahoma.

A virtual tour of Hochatown Distilling Co. in Hochatown, Oklahoma where we installed a 200 gallon distilling system. 

Here is our 200 gallon steam-heated copper pot still in action. 50% a.b.v. distillate after an hour starting with a 10% wash.

Here is a 500 gallon distillery mash tun we built for Round Barn Distillery in Baroda, Michigan.

Instructional video showing how to convert a mash tun to a lauter tun and back in under 3 minutes. With the false bottom in, distillers can lauter, or remove the false bottom for grain-in mashes. 

200 Gallon copper pot still on a cleaning run.

Videos of our Shop and Team

Josh and Rod hammering away on a copper whiskey helmet for a 500 gallon still.

The waterjet works great for creating detailed copper pieces like this. Every Corson still has unique styling like this.

Our recent trip across the U.S. to install complete distilling systems at Hochatown Distilling Co. and Boot Hill Distillery. The international was slow but steady.

Quick video of our current distillery equipment fabrication and machine shop, located in Boise, Idaho, just after we moved in.

We're using a slip roll with 6" rollers to roll one of the cylinders we'll use to build a 600 gallon mash tun for Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery in Queensbury, New York.

This video shows Josh and Stewart working on our 160 ton deep drawing press. We designed and built this press for stamping out distillation plates, bubble caps, and whiskey helmets.

A few clips of the guys working away on distillery equipment. Here we're working on a complete 500 gallon system for Boot Hill Distillery in Dodge City, Kansas.

We hand build each stainless leg and custom fit it to the tank. As with all our distillery equipment, the legs are TIG welded to ensure strength and durability.