More and more breweries expand into distilling, and that makes total sense. As a brewer, you already make beer and work in the alcohol industry. What makes more sense than to double your product portfolio by turning part of your beer into beer brandy, whiskey, vodka, or gin? Since most brewers, however, are new to distilling, iStill wants to help them cross the gap. How? Let's dive in deeper!
The Brewstillery Calculator helps you with the number crunching. Just fill in how big your brew system is, then add the alcohol percentage of your beer, and you will immediately learn how many bottles of whiskey, beer brandy, vodka, or gin you could produce.
Our CEO and world-renowned distillation guru Odin wrote a short e-Book that answers 21 questions related to distilling. Everything you always wanted to learn about distilling? And maybe a bit more ...
Interview with existing brewstiller
Travis Peterson, owner of Meadowlark Brewery & Distillery, explains the "how", "why", and "what" of setting up a brewstillery. You'll find the interview we did with him helpful, we are sure.
The iStill University's 4-day course trains you to become a distiller. It is a hands-on training, where you learn how to make spirits and how to operate the distilling part of your business.
Please find our dedicated brewstillery landing page. All the above support can be found there. The address is:
Picture of the brewstillery e-Book ...