Vacuum distillation …

… isn’t actually new, but has caused quite a stir but over the past few years. By creating a vacuum at your distillation facility, the mash’s boiling point is reduced to about 50° C, which suggests that certain heat-sensitive flavoring substances might be preserved. For such vacuum technology, expect substantial additional costs for the vacuum exhauster and the glycol cooling system.

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