How many potatoes are in one bottle of Karlsson's Vodka? Answer: This many.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
Exploring enzymes in spirits. What are they, what they do, and how they're used in different spirits.
These are some books about vodka I've used in a research project. Some are no longer in print.
Despite the common belief that all vodka is made from potatoes, very little of it is. We'll look at when and where vodka was first made from potatoes as we trace the spirit's history.
The potato is native to the Andes mountains in Peru, and was the most important crop of the Incas. There are about 5,000 potato varieties worldwide. Three thousand of them are found in the Andes alone, and all potatoes came from this single place of origin.
Anchor Distilling currently has just three tiny stills in one corner of the large brewery on Potrero Hill in San Francisco. Two of them make their rye whiskeys and Genevieve. The other one makes Junipero gin and Hophead vodka. In this post we'll look at the history and production of the spirits produced in one of the stills at Anchor.
Potato Vodka by Woody Creek Distillers Woody Creek Distillers started distributing its potato vodka in New York this month. Union Beer Distributor's craft spirits division, BluePrint Brands, is joining forces with Woody Creek Distillers to develop and expand the market throughout New York State. Woody Creek Distillers’ Woody Creek Colorado 100% Potato Vodka (MSRP: $37) is a potato-based vodka, made from just three ingredients: alpine potatoes (native Colorado Rio Grande), local mountain spring water, and yeast. After being washed and mashed on-site at the WCD distillery, the potato mash is then stripped and distilled only once to produce its 80-proof...
Artisan Spirit Merchants VDKA 6100 Vodka Artisan Spirit Merchants announces the U.S. launch of VDKA 6100 (pronounced Vodka 6100), in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. Inspired by the Australian country code, VDKA 6100 name pays homage to its Australian roots. It is distilled from New Zealand grass-fed cows’ milk whey and spring water, which is triple distilled and charcoal filtered. The resulting vodka is gluten free, sugar free, and lactose free. VDKA 6100 is available in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and will be distributed by Opici Family Distributing Co. in all three states. VKDA 6100 will be...