New Deal Distillery Hands On Whiskey Making Class October 9, 2016

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New Deal Distillery Hands On Whiskey Making Class   October 9, 2016
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Our five-hour class offers a hands-on introduction to fermentation, distillation, and barrel-aging of a small-batch whiskey. Attendees will participate in every aspect of production as well as learn how various factors such as grain choice, enzyme and yeast usage, distillation technique, and barrel aging affect the final whiskey product. Morning coffee and lunch are provided. All classes take place on Sundays from 10am-3pm. Cost: $250 per person. Payment is made via PayPal with credit card or PayPal account.

“I came to this workshop knowing that I wanted to better understand the science and engineering of whiskey making. What I came away with was partly this, but also a much clearer sense of the artistry involved. I don’t think you can adequately describe this in a book, and I suspect that it’s for these reasons that so many crafts are taught through some kind of apprenticeship. Within the art and craft, there are decisions you can’t have a real feel for unless you’re there to be a part of that decision; and you can’t really get a sense for what’s important in these processes unless there’s a mentor.”

– Adam Johnston, First Drafts,
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