Alcohol is distilled and condensed in a condenser as are petroleum based products or anything else that is refined by distillation.
I prefer drinking the alcohol based products though.
Mercury can be driven off from ore by heating and then condensed to form liquid mercury.
There are loads of examples that don't involve water.
Even more bizarrely some substances don't condense but undergo 'sublimation' and 'deposition' where they change directly from solid to gas then from gas to solid without passing through a liquid phase and this process is used to purify certain crystalline materials such as naphthalene which is used in mothballs.