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This was a few months back. I had just bought some toys and Audi started to investigate. He’s looking quite ratty in this video, but was going through a molt, especially around his neck… weird huh. But he’s all nice and fluffly now.
Alright everyone, thanks for tuning in. This is Kyle Brown at Clawahmmer Supply and today I’m going to show you how to proof moonshine using a copper parrot. First of all, what is a parrot? It’s simply a device that holds a proofing hydrometer. Here’s how it works.
Alcohol from a still flows directly into the collection cup at the top of the parrot and then down, around, and up into a chamber that holds a spirit hydrometer. It sort of works like an artesian well. The sprit floats the hydrometer, allowing you to view the proof, and then it flows out of the device into your collection jar.
Here’s our parrot kit in action. The proof on this run started out in the range of about 160, but as you can see, we’re running some tails and it’s getting fairly low. Once it’s in the range of about 10% – 20% we’ll shut down the still.
I like using a parrot with a proofing hydrometer because it allows for greater control of the run. Knowing real time proof will help you make better cuts, and the end result will be a better tasting and smelling product.
Check out the full article on how to proof moonshine on our website at www.clawhammersupply.com
Also, consider watching our parrot assembly video. Or, if you’ve seen enough and are convinced you need one, click on the “buy a parrot link” below and order one today.