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Responsible Drinking - The Two Types of Alcohol Poisoning
Published : 15-01-2020 07:51:39 | Categories : Miscellaneous
We have all heard about alcohol poisoning - and been warned about it - but what is the truth about Alcohol Poisoning. What should we know? What is truth and what is fiction?
What makes one Distillery stand out from Another?
Published : 15-01-2020 07:25:57 | Categories : Commercial Distilling , Craft Spirits , Miscellaneous
Tours and Tastings are an integral part of any proper Craft Distillery - not just for marketing and sales, but it serves as a peripheral income stream all on its own. How do we do this right?
Recipe for Whisky Rusks
Published : 15-01-2020 06:59:01 | Categories : Miscellaneous , Recipes
During our W2 - Whisky and Moonshine Course, when discussing uses for spent Grain, we always mention the baking of Whisky Rusks. Here is the recipe. PS. The picture is of the actual end result.
Books on Distillation and Fermentation
Published : 14-01-2020 15:23:10 | Categories : Miscellaneous
Looking for some literature on the art and science of Distilling? Look no further - herewith a list (which we will continue to expand on) of books recommended by our clients, followers and friends.
Want to Import Distilling Equipment? Do your Homework!
Published : 14-01-2020 13:57:24 | Categories : Commercial Distilling , Home Distilling , Legislation , Miscellaneous , Products
A lot of people think it is easier and cheaper to import their own Distilling Equipment, only to learn lessons the hard way. Is it better and cheaper to import your own, and is it even legal?
Small Batch vs Single Barrel
Published : 14-01-2020 13:51:10 | Categories : Miscellaneous , Spirit Enhancement
Although used as a descriptive on many Products and Bottles, the average consumer still has difficulty understanding the difference between Small Batch and Single Barrel. We hope to provide clarity.
Can you Build the Perfect Fermentation Water?
Published : 14-01-2020 13:29:19 | Categories : Fermentation , Miscellaneous
Scottish Highlands Water. Cape Mountain Spring Water. Hartebeespoort Dam Water? A lot has been made about water in spirits (especially whisky) but what if my local water source is not ideal?