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An interesting article on small U.S. craft distillers

May 20th, 2010

The American Distilling Institute (ADI) hosted a “Whisky and Moonshine Distilling Conference” this past week, which featured the many up and coming small distillers. The Washington Post was there covering it, and this week they published an interesting article on the conference. Read about it here.

One of the biggest challenges facing these small distillers who are making whiskey? Waiting for the whiskey to mature, and the methods they can employ to accelerate the maturation process (using smaller barrels, etc.)

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No Responses to “An interesting article on small U.S. craft distillers”

  1. Alex says:

    McCarthy’s Clear Creek quarter casks!

  2. Thomas Mckenzie says:

    nice article, I just wish the everybody would learn the difference between an actual micro distillery and a bottler of products from a major distillery.

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