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  1. I am offering a hands on whiskey distilling class at the The Schenectady Distilling Company. It is a 3 day class scheduled for January 16, January 23, and January 30. Each day will focus on a specific part of the distilling process. Day one Mashing and fermentation, Day 2 stripping run, and Day 3 Finishing run. In between the time spent on production we will go over all the other systems in the distillery as well as other topics including Licensing, labeling, bottling, TTB reporting, NYS reporting, safety, aging, etc. Presently, I'm an instructor for SUNY SCCC for Craft Spirit Production I & II and the distillery uses an 800 gallon Mash Tun, 800 gallon stripping still, 800 gallon fermentors and a 300 gallon column still. Class Cost is $495.00. Please call if you are interested. 518-952-1211. If you are interested in the course, but the timing doesn't work please give me a call to check on future courses that might fit your schedule.
  2. We've set FEB 17th, 2014 as our next "Camp Distillery" date. This course is basically two days in one when it comes to the amount of subject matters covered and quality of content. We stick to a one-day course from 6am - 5pm due largely to overwhelming end of course feedback. The first half of the course covers mainly grain mash/whiskey/moonshine production, the second half is mainly govt regs, govt reports, licensing, product planning, marketing, distillery planning/budgeting. This course is laid out in true military precision (designed by a former Army officer), we always improve the course after each date. More information can be found on our website at http://mbrdistillery...Distillery.html. Our January course filled up a few weeks ago and this one will likely be filled up by the end of the year. We'll only hold one or two more after this course until next fall due to the weather (it's easier to heat a distillery than it is to cool one). Call me for more information, (270) 640-7744.
  3. We have set another date for our "Camp Distillery" course - January 27th, 2014. Our NOV course was fully booked 3 months out, so I do recommend you register as soon as possible. Camp Distillery - A one-day, all-inclusive course on whiskey/moonshine production (to include hands-on application), regulations, building/planning process, equipment requirements, licensing, monthly reports, marketing/distribution, and some retail instruction. Applicable for those interested in the business or if you are in the process of setting up. The class is limited to 15 attendees, cost/person is $350, $400 for registration after DEC 1st (but there probably won't be any). We have given this course for 2 years and continue to improve it with each offering based on previous course feedback, as well as with our rapidly-evolving industry. Past attendees resoundingly give us positive feedback on the quality of the instruction/information provided and that they appreciate it all being contained in a single day. The course starts at 6:30am and wraps up at around 5-5:30pm, CST, breakfast & lunch provided. We are located in Western Kentucky, one mile off I-24, Nashville International Airport is an easy 55-min drive away. More information on the course, as well as registration information, can be found at http://mbrdistillery.com/Camp_Distillery.html. We only offer the course a few times each year and put a lot of effort into it to make it as professional and user-friendly for all in attendance. I do anticipate this course filling up before the end of the year as we have had several folks inquire about it already. If you have any questions at all, call me (Paul) at 270-640-7744.
  4. I am a vodka enthusiast, who is in love with the science and craft of distillation. I would really like to attend one of the schools. Could anyone recommend some of the better schools/classes in the market regarding vodka distillation (anywhere in USA) ? I have a strong chemistry and geology background so schools offering advanced classes are preferred. Thank you very much.
  5. Our next scheduled "Camp Distillery" will be held on Monday, April 8th, 2013 at MB Roland Distillery in Pembroke, KY. Our last class consisted of 10 participants from 4 different states, all giving us very positive feedback on their experience. This is a highly-involved 1-day course, specifically geared towards those that can't get away for a multiple day class/workshop. The course begins at 6:15am and is complete by 5pm (CST). We cover the entire production process from mashing to distillation, regulatory matters, and some very specific business-related matters to include lessons we've learned on the business side, gift shop/tasting room considerations & procedures, marketing/product development, and planning considerations for setup. For those that are on a very fixed budget, we are probably the best example of how to get into this business without a huge amount of cash. We started with one full-time employee three years ago and have grown to 4 full-time + multiple part-timers and are on track to continue this growth. Also, being that we're centrally located in the country, we're within driving distance for many. For those that may be interested in visiting other craft distilleries, we're on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour and within driving distance of multiple tour-friendly facilities (http://www.kybourbon...rail_craft_tour for more info) in Kentucky and Tennessee. If you need lodging, there are multiple, newly-built hotels less than 5 miles from the distillery. If you want to fly in, Nashville, TN is an efficient 55-min drive via I-24. Cost per person is $350 before March 1st, $400 after, group discounts are available. Complete print-outs of the day's curriculum, additional hardcopy resources, morning refreshments (coffee and donuts), and lunch are all included. We do expect this class to be completely full based on current interest. Call us at 270-640-7744 or e-mail us at info@mbrdistillery.com for more information.
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