Yes, un-aged whiskey. 500 bottles of cask strength white dog to go in their "age your own kits", and 800 bottles of 80 proof white dog for sale. I got lunch and a t-shirt for 3 hours, I think both sides are happy with the deal. Although for the record, I'm the one who broke a bottle (an empty, pre-labelled bottle), and I'm the one whose leg hit the dump valve on the distiller and spilled hot mash on the floor (only about a 6 oz was lost).
I'm bottling tomorrow at Woodinville Whiskey
Bottling whiskey, I assume?
Seriously, I'm a total spazz. I should not be allowed around stuff like that. Can't wait to volunteer again
To quote my son, "It makes my heart happy..." to see there are those in our homebrewing community who get it.
There is currently a revolution going on in the American alcoholic beverage community that is equivalent to the homebrewing revolution of the 1970s. For the most part, we are not allowed to discuss it here on this forum. I feel that this is a great disservice to the grassroots power of who we are as a community to change the status quo.
I ask that you please forgive me when I respond to kneejerk uninformed platitudes about distilling on this forum in a less than kind manner. There were those who spoke the same way about homebrewing, back in the day when it was illegal to homebrew.
I believe that homedistilling deserves a place in the shed right next to homebrewing. It is the next logical step in the process. I think this community of homebrewers can again be an instrument of change to right a wrong foisted on the American people in the name of "lost tax revenue."
I have been wanting to speak up about this since I have joined this forum. The moderators have been kind in their tolerance of my allusions to homedistilling thus far. I posted this rant in the "What's Brewing This Weekend" thread because the thread goes away after a few days. I hope the same doesn't happen to me for speaking up about homedistilling.