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Hands-on Apple Brandy Distilling Workshop - October 15-20, 2017
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Hands-on Apple Brandy Distilling Workshop - October 15-20, 2017

 Export to Your Calendar 10/15/2017 to 10/20/2017
When: Sunday, October 15, 2017
7:00 PM
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Tuthilltown Distillery
14 Gristmill Ln
Gardiner, New York  12525
United States
Presenter: Hubert Germain-Robin
Contact: Anne-Sophie Whitehead


Online registration is available until: 10/20/2017
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  • This week long advanced class offers a rare opportunity to study with Master Distiller & Master Blender Hubert Germain-Robin, International Consultant, creator of world-renowned Germain-Robin brandies and author of “Traditional Distillation: Art & Passion” and “The Maturation of Distilled Spirits: Vision and Patience.” Germain-Robin reveals many of the secrets of slowly nurturing the distilled spirit to create a supple round flavor and pleasant mouth feel. The workshop will combine traditional techniques of European-style brandies with four decades of experience in working with New World fruit to create new and interesting flavor profiles. The workshop addresses the conditions a craft distiller must be mindful of throughout distillation and maturation.

      Topics to be discussed in the class include:

        Varieties of apples for brandy production
        Fermentation for brandy
        Distillation on a traditional alambic Charentais pot still
        Warehousing & maturation
        Advanced blending techniques, including slow water reduction from the barrel to bottle, the use of boisé, etc.
        How to work with different varieties of apples
        Sensory analysis of new-made spirits, aged spirits, and boisés
        A variety of tastings and nosing for sensory analysis of eaux de vie

    Participants will stay October 15-20, at the Minnewaska Lodge in downtown Gardiner, New York. Reservations will be made for you.

    Cost: $3,900 – includes instruction, hotel, bus tour of local distilleries, breakfast, lunches and dinner on Friday. Also includes a free ADI membership.

    Limited to 15 people.

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