Last weeks we gave two iStill University Certified Distilling Courses at 52eighty Distilling in Colorado. A total of 22 new distillers from the USA and Canada have now been properly trained. We had an amazing time giving the course and, more importantly, so did the students. The first reviews just came in. Let’s share them with a few pictures and some follow up course dates.
“The workshop did a very good job starting at a basic level and working up to more complex questions. I like the reliance on science and empirical data vs. myth and tradition.
I enjoyed the interaction of the group and found the feedback sessions help further discussions about topics. It was a nice mix of bookwork and hands on practice. I would recommend the workshop to anyone seriously considering distilling.”
Travis Peterson, USA
“I think the hands-on experience with the iStill Mini was invaluable. It helped reinforce the concepts covered in the class and gave all of us a direct launch on making our own spirits and collecting the necessary data to scale when we take our recipe to a larger still. Also the whole idea of correlating the heads, hearts and tails to the taste profiles was een eye-opening for me. It really helped me put into context how to go about designing a spirit.
I really enjoyed the class and wanted to thank all of you – Odin, Jason and Veronika. In addition the guys of 52eighty (host distillers) were great and it was a pleasure to meet them as well.”
Bryan D. Clapper, USA
New iStill University Trainings
- November 18-21st: Amsterdam, the Netherlands;
- January 20-23rd: Carrington, Australia;
- April 26-29th: Denver, Co, USA.
For more information and/or registration, please reach out to Veronika@iStillmail.com