Episode 103 – Glen Moray – Brenden Raulerson

This episode features Brenden Raulerson  of Glen Moray. Glen Moray Distillery has been in operation, off and on, since 1897.  The distillery originated out of the Elgin West Brewery in the heart of Speyside. In the early 1900’s they were “mellowing” whisky in Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc barrels.  The philosophy of experimenting with cask finishes still exists today.… Keep Reading

Episode 102 – Absinthia Vermut – Absinthia

This episode features Absinthia Vermut of Absinthia. It all began in 1996 when Absinthia attended a San Francisco Cacophony Society party.  There was a crystal bowl on the table with a green liquid.  At that very moment absinthe was still illegal.  She tried absinthe for the very first time.  To her it was delicious.  She was drawn to it so… Keep Reading

Episode 101 – The Whiskey Rebellion Festival

This episode features a brief history about the Whiskey Rebellion.  On July 8th we took part in the Whiskey Walk festivities.  Spirit producers were set up throughout the town of Washington, PA.  We got to sample and speak with them as they introduced their products to the masses.  On July 9th we got to witness… Keep Reading

Episode 100 – Holy Ghost Distillery – John and Janice Sepcoski

This episode features John Sepcoski and Janice Sepcoski of Holy Ghost Distillery. Janice and John enjoyed visiting distilleries, breweries and wineries.  After visiting a distillery 7 years ago John said, “I can do better then this”.  This led them to looking for land and a building to host their vision.  What they’ve set out to create is a total experience.… Keep Reading

Episode 99 – Revel Spirits – Micah McFarlane and Juan Carlos Gordillo

This episode features Micah McFarlane and Juan Carlos Gordillo of the Revel Spirits. Ten years ago, Micah was helping out Matt Hector Ruiz, who was starting a tequila company.  The went to Morelos, Mexico where Micah began bringing back the juice and sharing it.  His role became helping to bring the agave spirits to the United States.  The next step was… Keep Reading

Episode 98 – Winely – Jacob Manning and Abbe Hyde

This episode features Jacob Manning and Abbe Hyde of the Winely. Winely was created from biotechnology research by Jacob.  He has always been passionate about fermenting and the fermentation industry.  Winely is a technology solution that monitors fermentation in real time.  Jacob believes that fermentation will change the world.  Abbe works to bring the technology to the forefront of the… Keep Reading

Episode 97 – World Honey Exchange – Brian Woerner

This episode features Brian Woerner of the World Honey Exchange.   Brian is a huge honey fanatic.  Brian travels the world meeting with bee keepers.  He facilitates getting their products into new markets.  His company sells wholesale to breweries, meaderies, ice cream and chocolate companies.  Just about anyone that will include honey in their product.  Honey is a… Keep Reading

Episode 96 – The Flying Deutschman Food Truck – Stirling Sowerby

This episode features Stirling Sowerby of The Flying Deutschman Food Truck.   The Flying Deutschman Food Truck represents German food culture.  Stirling comes from a chef and restaurant background in Germany.  So he knows what he’s speaking about.  8 Years ago Heidi was created.  It’s a “Disneyesque” pirate themed culinary extravaganza.  His initial interest was… Keep Reading

Episode 95 – Iron Clad Distillery – Owen King

This episode features Owen King of Iron Clad Distillery. Stephen King purchased the building, a dry goods warehouse built in 1913, approximately 15 years ago.  To best utilize the space, the decision was made to try to store bourbon barrels.  This led to acquiring a 26 gallon still.  From there, they began to get more serious and bought 5… Keep Reading

Episode 94 – Deep Creek Distilling – Royal Ferguson and Dave Emmons

This episode features Royall Ferguson and Dave Emmons of Deep Creek Distilling. Dave and Royall have known each other for 20 plus years.  The discussion of distilling came up at a Greek festival in Norfolk.  They began step by step to understand the whole process.  “Doing it the old fashioned way”, as Royall puts it.  Grind the local grain, make… Keep Reading

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