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  1. 8 Feathers Distillery in Boise, Idaho is offering Distilling School! This hands-on class covers the fundamentals of grain to glass whiskey production and business concerns in starting your own distilled spirits company or for those who are just interested in learning the fine art of distilling. Participants will be working along side our head distiller learning all the steps it takes to make great whiskey. Topics covered include: Safety in a distillery Sourcing equipment Grain selection and processing Water conditioning Designing a recipe (a.k.a. a mash bill) Mashing Fermentation and related issues (congeners) Still selection and sizing trade-offs Mechanics of distillation (stripping and spirit runs) “Heads, Hearts and Tail” Understanding the use of setback Barrel selection and flavor impact Bottling Pumps Automation TTB Requirements Sales and Marketing For the complete class schedule – please go to http://www.8feathers.com/schedule-detail.html Additional presentations for the start up distiller include licensing, facilities, record keeping, package design formula and label approval and marketing of spirits. Cost is $450 and includes 2 days of instruction, handouts and some meals. For more information on school dates and how to register go to http://www.8feathers.com/school.html. Got questions? Please call Larry at 208.297.5225.
  2. --Take your First Big Step to the Next Big Thing with us next March 11 - 15, 2013. We will be in our 4th year of training those who want to own their own DSP. --- We will be in Gig Harbor, WA. Our week long workshop already has several folks from around the country registered. Check us out at Artisan Craft Distilling for details. Check out the workshop and the testimonials to see why we are your best value in training. We will again be partnering with a former attendee distillery Heritage Distilling where you will have hands on training everyday in addition to the classroom work at the Inn at Gig Harbor. Mention that you are attending the workshop and get special room rates at the inn. Also register before February 15th and get an early registration discount of $100 on the week long workshop. We have a very aggressive agenda that includes two evenings of networking. We play our board game called Booze Clues,this is a drinking and learning game that is always a lot of fun. Join us next March. If you have questions please email at artisancraftdistilling@gmail.com for more information, or call us at 509-989-2683 Cheers! Allan
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