Distillique's still manufacturing license

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Extra Neutral Alcohol

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William Faulkner once said, “Civilization begins with distillation”. Today’s civilization sounds that. Known by several names such as neutral spirits, rectified alcohol, and rectified spirit, the extra neutral alcohol is prepared to form grain, sugarcane, corn, sugar beets, and other food materials.

Andy Watts from James Sedgwick Distillery on Whisky ageing

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This is an extract from an interview with Andy Watts from the James Sedgwick distillery who, again in 2018, was selected as producig the world's best grain whisky at the World best whiskies award.

SOXHLET EXTRACTORS - LEAVING NO AROMA BEHIND

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The Soxhlet extractor is designed for exhaustive solvent extraction – the extraction of as much soluble material as possible from a sample.

CAN YOU BUILD THE PERFECT FERMENTATION WATER?

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Water quality matters. Not to the extent that some bottled brands would have you believe in their advertising, but it can have a large impact on yeast health, and hence on fermentation success.

DA104 - eventually remembered by SARS

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Do not feel alone. Most distillers went through the pain of requesting the form from SARS and have been met by ignorant and/or non-interested SARS staff who would bluntly tell you that "such a form does not exist".

SMALL BATCH vs SINGLE BARREL

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You decide to store one barrel in your basement, the second on your main floor, and the third one in your attic. Assuming you have no central heating, air conditioning or insulation, it is expected that you will experience a temperature variance between the 3 levels.

HOW BARREL STORAGE AFFECTS BARREL ABV

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Since a water molecule is very small, it is easier for it to escape through the barrel than the much larger alcohol molecule. The atmosphere at the top of a barrel storage area is very hot and dry, allowing the water molecules to escape much faster than the alcohol molecules, thus driving the ABV up in those barrels and concentrating the flavours inside the barrel.
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