Final word

There now! In this, the last chapter, we have discussed subjects ranging from basic physics and chemistry to the design and operation of fractionating stills, stopping along the way to examine the reasons why they are built and operated the way they are. We hope that this journey has been interesting and illuminating, and that it has given you at least a few ideas that you will follow up as you enjoy the activities involved in distilling. We sincerely believe that the more deeply you understand the processes you use, the more enjoyable and controllable they are, and the better the products you will make.

Remember the words we paraphrased from Isaak Walton in the Foreword of this book?

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