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Episode #15 Whiskey Smash – West Overton Village

West Overton Distilling

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

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We had the pleasure of interviewing:

Aaron Hollis – Director of Education at West Overton Village

Rob Hough from Liberty Pole Spirits 

Aleasha Monroe – Head Distiller at West Overton Distilling

Sam Komlenic – Copy Editor for Whiskey Advocate

Jim Wolfe – Stoll and Wolfe Distillillery

Robert McDonald – Grain Specialist at Dancing Star Farms

Highlights from our discussion:

Monongahela Rye

Rosen Rye

Dillinger Distillery

Michter’s Distilley

Jim Beam

Wild Turkey

Dad’s Hat Rye

Whiskey Rebellion

Whiskey Rebellion Trail

Red Pump Spirits

Barrel 21 Distillery

Crooked Creek Distillery

Tall Pines Distillery

PA Libations

Cheers!

Podcast #5 -Palmer Distilling

Fermented Adventure The Podcast at Palmer Distilling

Walter Palmer is a Master Distiller and he makes “damn good Gin”! Which, has been awarded 3 International Medals and counting. Liberty Gin is distilled at Palmer Distilling in Philadelphia, PA. You can visit the tasting room at 376 Shurs Lane. They also distill Manayunk Moonshine.

Fermented Adventure The Podcast sat down with Walter to discuss The Founding Fathers and what it means to craft distill in Philadelphia. To be an ambassador of a Philadelphia born gin in the birthplace of Freedom and Liberty. Palmer Distilling is charting their own course and and are in charge of their own destiny. We talk about the significance of the bottles label which was designed by Chad Michael Studios. Cheers!

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🎧 Spotify https://lnkd.in/esvhTX2

Podcast #2 Featuring… Five Saints Distilling

Today I sat down with John George of Five Saints Distilling to interview him for our Fermented Adventure Podcast. I learned so much more about John, the distillery and all the delicious spirits that he has created. 

If you haven’t made a visit to Five Saints yet, put it on your list. You will not be disappointed! 

The Podcast will be up real soon! 🍹🥃🍷 Check out all the majors… Thanks to Anchor for hosting the Podcast.

John George on the Podcast

Award Winning Sprits!

Pennsylvania Distilling Company… WOW!!!

Good things come to those who wait.
Making new friends.

It’s hard to believe that this distillery is less than 6 months old. In the tradition of our forefathers they are craft distilling the old fashioned way. Using all natural ingredients and starting from scratch. As they promise, they are “grain-to-glass” and are doing it right every step of the process.

“Anything that saved the human race from extinction is fine by me.” said Benjamin, as he shares his love for spirits. He greets us with a warm and friendly hello. He has a passion for taking what is distilled behind the glass wall and showcases the complex flavors in the cocktails that he has created.

We found that all of their spirits can be enjoyed neat. But, don’t hesitate to experience the well thought out cocktail menu which compliments their creations. First we sampled the First City Vodka which has a mellow corn sweet beginning and a spicy rye finish. Next we moved on to the Founders Artisan Dry Gin that had flavor notes of lemon, lavender and black pepper. The Old City White Whiskey pays homage to folks living on Elfreth’s Alley in Philadelphia. Sweet corn enters the palate and pepper and spice finishes the journey. Our last stop on our Fermented Adventure was the Frontier Explorer’s White Rum. Benjamin lifted the presentation by adding a garnish to each of the samples. This provided a fabulous new dimension. They are hard at work crafting new spirits to add to their already amazing line up.

First Rate Presentation

You most certainly need to put Pennsylvania Distilling Co. on your must list to visit soon. We look forward to getting back really soon. Cheers!

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