Tag Archives: distilling
The herbs are in the pot, macerating in sweet, pure grape spirits as I write! It’s been a long time coming, but tomorrow, April 17th, will be the first distillation of Marteau Absinthe de la Belle Époque since November of … Continue reading
As you may have noticed, I have some strong opinions on the so-called craft distiller license in Washington State. I am a craft distiller. I use 17th through 19th century techniques and recipes, and equipment that is literally medieval in … Continue reading
We began moving into the distillery yesterday. What a great feeling. There’s still a lot to move, but we should have everything in this weekend.
Since our products are made from Washington produce—our base spirit is distilled from Washington grape wine—and we’ll be producing under 60,000 gallons per year, we’ll have the privilege of selling our spirits on-site (up to 2 liters per person, per … Continue reading
Hello Dear Friends!
I apologize for the lengthy silence, but there really hasn’t been much that’s been newsworthy. Mostly it’s been a one-step-forward-one-step-back sort of deal.
Now, after what seemed like an interminable search, I’m very pleased to say that I’ve finally secured a new space in which to house my distillery! Continue reading