VERB (in brewing) mix grains with hot water to produce wort
All our products are made in house from the ground up, we have a close relationship with our farmer who grows Bio-Dynamic Triticale for High Spirits Distillery. When the grain is received at our distillery, tucked away in a small industrial complex in Welshpool, we get to work milling, cooking and converting the starches to fermentable sugars for the yeast to consume.
NOUN the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or other microorganisms, typically involving effervescence and the giving off of heat
The consumption of the simple sugars present in the mash by yeast, is called fermentation and produces mainly ethanol and C02 as by products to this process as well as many unwanted congeners and a small amount of volatile acetaldehydes.
NOUN the action of purifying a liquid by a process of heating and cooling.
Following fermentation the liquid from the mash, now called "wash" has an ABV of 6-7% and is transferred to our stripping still and heated. The vapour that is produced from heating the wash is a crude mixture of low boiling point volatile acetaldehydes, ethanol and fusel oils which are all condensed back into liquid form. This first run distillate is now known as the "low wines" and this is what we collect.
The mashing and stripping process is repeated until the accumulation of low wines is enough to fill the spirit still. From here the low wines are charged to the spirit still and gently heated.
Following distillation and taking the heart cut off the still, the spirit is left to air off any remaining volatiles and diluted to 42%, we run it through a 0.2 micron filter and bottle by hand after each batch.
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700ml. 42% ABV. PRODUCT OF AUSTRALIA