Each customer has his or her own idea about what their dream micro-distillery should be like. Maybe
the distillery will be part of a brewpub or winery and requires little else other than the still.
Perhaps an entrepreneur envisions a completely new system requiring all the equipment from A to Z.
In all cases, careful planning is a necessity. Not all stills are the same and each should be
configured differently based on your needs.
At BBD, we ask questions to learn what your goals are. By understanding your project and your
requirements we can arrive at a distillery system that will optimize its performance based on
the products you want to make and ways and means by which you make them. Different spirits
require different types of distillation. And some spirits allow numerous possibilities for
creativity, like vodka. This is where we step in and offer advice to guide you in designing
a distilling process that works best for you.
||Bavarian Holstein sells Arizona its first
distillery system. The Mogollon
Brewing Company, aka High Spirits
Distillery, will specialize in producing
vodkas. They are excited about the new
venture and encourage fellow breweries to join the distilling