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Moonshine University: Brewer to Distiller

august, 2019

Course Overview

Craft brewing has been hot for a couple of decades, and now, craft distilling is quickly gaining ground. Many breweries are considering adding a distillery or even converting their existing space. Explore your options, and get your technical questions answered.

Join us for this three-day workshop focusing on the differences between brewing and distilling, and key components of making the addition/transition. Explore the science behind distillation, the art of making cuts, and your path to the next level of alcohol production.

Register Now

Day One

  • Different Business Models
    • Distilling the beer you have
    • Adding a distillery
  • Equipment Differences
  • More than whiskey: Gin, Rum, etc.
  • Regulations
  • Zoning, Class/Div Considerations
  • Adding a still, expanding a building

Day Two

  • Science of distillation
  • Differences in Grains
  • Flavor
  • Process
  • Fermentation differences
  • Yeast
  • Fermenting on the grain
  • Standards of Identity
  • Differences in TTB regs
  • COLA & Formulation
  • Distribution Considerations

Day Three

  • Kentucky Bourbon Barrel & Town Branch visit
  • Oak & Aging
  • Maturation
  • Filtering
  • Packaging
  • Questions and Answers

TUITION: $2,995.00

Still Have Questions? Ready to Get Started?

Contact Christin Head at 502.301.8139 or email Registrar@MoonshineUniversity.com

Register NowView all Moonshine University Courses here.

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12aug(aug 12)9:00 am14(aug 14)5:00 pmFeaturedMoonshine University: Brewer to DistillerRegister early and get 5 nights hotel included with tuition.Moonshine University, Louisville, KY

Event Details

Craft brewing has been hot for a couple of decades, and now, craft distilling is quickly gaining ground. Many breweries are considering adding a distillery, or even converting their existing space. Explore your options, and get your technical questions answered on how to move from Brewer to Distiller.

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL – Register early and your stay at the Brown Hotel is included with tuition. Check the Moonshine University website for details.




Course Overview

Craft brewing has been hot for a couple of decades, and now, craft distilling is quickly gaining ground. Many breweries are considering adding a distillery or even converting their existing space. Explore your options, and get your technical questions answered.

Join us for this three-day workshop focusing on the differences between brewing and distilling, and key components of making the addition/transition. Explore the science behind distillation, the art of making cuts, and your path to the next level of alcohol production.

Register Now

Day One

  • Different Business Models
    • Distilling the beer you have
    • Adding a distillery
  • Equipment Differences
  • More than whiskey: Gin, Rum, etc.
  • Regulations
  • Zoning, Class/Div Considerations
  • Adding a still, expanding a building

Day Two

  • Science of distillation
  • Differences in Grains
  • Flavor
  • Process
  • Fermentation differences
  • Yeast
  • Fermenting on the grain
  • Standards of Identity
  • Differences in TTB regs
  • COLA & Formulation
  • Distribution Considerations

Day Three

  • Kentucky Bourbon Barrel & Town Branch visit
  • Oak & Aging
  • Maturation
  • Filtering
  • Packaging
  • Questions and Answers

TUITION: $2,995.00

Still Have Questions? Ready to Get Started?

Contact Christin Head at 502.301.8139 or email Registrar@MoonshineUniversity.com

Register NowView all Moonshine University Courses here.

Time

12 (Monday) 9:00 am - 14 (Wednesday) 5:00 pm

Location

Moonshine University, Louisville, KY

Distilled Spirits Epicenter, 801 South 8th Street, Louisville, KY 40203, United States

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