Episode # 20 – Eight Oaks Farm Distillery – Caitlin Bagenstose

This episode features Caitlin Bagenstose of Eight Oaks Farm Distillery.  Caitlin is the Production Planner and a Distiller . The distillery owned by Chad Butters is Veteran Owned, Family Run and Farm Grown.  What comes out of our discussion is that family and community are important.  They are a very creative group that highlights the farmland… Keep Reading

City of Ciderly-Love

In 1775, John Adams complained about the quality of Philadelphia alcohols in a letter to his wife Abigail. He was homesick for her cider. If John Adams were around Philly today he would be texting Abigail about the amazing hard cider that is being produced. It is the apple that was one of the first… Keep Reading

Episode #19 – Anthony Brichta and Ryan Everett – County Seat Spirits

This episode features Anthony Brichta and Ryan Everett of County Seat Spirits.  Anthony Brichta and John Rowe are the founders and owners of County Seat Spirits.   The main distillery and tasting room is located in Allentown, PA . The Easton location features a craft cocktail bar and tasting room.   – www.countyseatspirits.com –  On Facebook… Keep Reading

Episode #18 with Jim Pappas of Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure

This episode features Jim Pappas of Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure. It was recorded at the Peacock Room. We enjoyed 2 great cheesesteaks in the Cheesesteak Adventure style and paired them with Philadelphia Brewing beers and Commonwealth Cider. Jim started his adventure of cheesesteak goodness at Claymont Steaks Shop in Delaware. Driving Uber and Lyft he got… Keep Reading

On the Set of Fermented Adventure The Show

Episode #17- Booze Dancing.com with G-Lo and Mike

This episode features Booze Dancing. G-Lo and Mike bring you onto their back yard deck with lively banter and an incredible knowledge of all things booze related. We learn how it all got started, from their humble beginnings in 2010, and sample some whiskey in the booze dancing style. Great conversation… Hanging out… Having a… Keep Reading

Jason Fogg of Pop's McCann Whiskey

Episode #16 – Jason Fogg – Pop’s McCann Whiskey

This episode features Jason Fogg of Pop’s McCann Whiskey.  Jason is the founder, owner and president.  Pop’s McCann Pre-Prohibition Style Whiskey is a Triple Distilled Single Grain Whiskey finished in American Oak Bourbon barrels.  The Whiskey origin is from Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland then brought to America via olde trading routes through Quebec and the rest of Canada and… Keep Reading

Episode #15 Whiskey Smash – West Overton Village

This episode features Whiskey Smash at West Overton Village.109 W Overton Rd, Scottdale, PA 15683 (724) 887-7910 info@westovertonvillage.org – www.westovertonvillage.org –  On Facebook Available on: 🎧 Apple https://lnkd.in/eV9WjKn 🎧 Anchor https://lnkd.in/eUG9yz4 🎧 Spotify https://lnkd.in/e4uRqeW 🎧iHeart Radio https://lnkd.in/emrF8Zg … and more We had the pleasure of interviewing: Aaron Hollis – Director of Education at West Overton… Keep Reading

Podcast Interview with Social Still

Episode #14 Adam Flatt – Social Still

This episode features Adam Flatt of Social Still.  Adam and Kate Flatt are the founders and owners of Social Still.   The distillery is located in a building that was once a bank.  It features an incredible restaurant which compliments the spirits perfectly.   They use Pennsylvania grains.  Highlighting local corn, local wheat, local rye, barley, and… Keep Reading

Interviewing Dick Stoll

Episode #13 – Dick Stoll

This episode features Dick Stoll of Stoll & Wolfe Distillery.  Dick is the last man to have distilled Rosen Rye in Pennsylvania.  He shares his experiences at Michter’s Distillery and so much more!  The episode was recorded at Stoll & Wolfe which is located at:  35 North Cedar St, Lititz, PA, 17543 – 717-799-4499 www.stollandwolfe.com… Keep Reading

Distilling Rosen Rye

History In The Distilling

An anxious crowd gathered around Laura Fields, of the Seed Spark Project, as she introduced the star of the day. Since 2015, Rosen rye seeds have been cultivated and re-planted on agricultural test plots in State College, PA to produce enough usable grain to distill into whiskey. Rosen rye had been in the fermenter since… Keep Reading

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