A place where liquor is manufactured.
A craft distillery is a small-scale distillery producing single batches of high-quality alcohol.
The process of distilling spirits has been enhanced and perfected over nearly three thousand years. When making whiskey, it starts with mixing grains in a water mash, then applying heat to convert the starch in the grain to sugar. The grain is separated from liquid and yeast is added to convert the sugar to alcohol in fermentation. Once the fermentation process is complete, the liquid is loaded into the still. Then, through the process of fractional distillation, the alcohol is separated from the water resulting in a high-proof alcohol.
Our craft spirits are distilled in a pot still which allows us to remove certain unwanted compounds that are not removed from large production commercial distilleries. Hence, the resulting alcohol is purer. We are constantly striving to further improve the distillation process on our quest for the perfectly-flavored spirit.
Whiskey Distilling Process