Distillique regularly receives enquiries from individuals that want to explore the feasibility of different raw materials for use in producing spirits – mostly because they have easy or cheap access to those raw materials.
Unlike whisky which may be spelled whisky or whiskey in different parts of the world, gin is gin the world round. The name gin is derived from genièvre (French), jenever (Dutch), and ginepro (Italian), all of which mean “juniper”, and it dates as far back at the 13th century.
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At first glance, the mechanical seals on bigger boilers with agitators may seem "over complicated". Once you understand them, it however, makes perfect sense.
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Commercial Craft Distilling Equipment and Sizing Guideline
Baijiu (pronounced “Buy Jee-oh”) is the traditional distilled spirit in China. Although almost unknown in Western culture, Baijiu is the world’s most sold spirit (by volume) and accounts for about a third of the world’s liquor consumed per year.
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One of the dangers involved with the consumption of alcohol is Alcohol Poisoning. Not really new information. But what many people do not know is that there is actually 2 types of alcohol poisoning.
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For some time now the whole South African Liquor License Industry has been chaotic.