We completed our fourth Start Distilling course during an unseasonably balmy early September week. The class of four were all looking to take their first steps in the industry and had a range of ambitions, from adding a distilling arm to their existing brewing operation to a brand-new international venture. The attendees also came from a range of backgrounds and countries including India, France, Wales and Vietnam.

Brewlab still have a variety of precautions in place to make the course delivery as safe as possible, including extra cleaning and social distancing.

Graham Vasey of No 22 Distillery in Darlington, who delivers a number of process sessions on the course stated “What’s fantastic about this course is the diverse backgrounds and cultures of the people who attend. This diversity, during every session, leads to a mix of ideas and concepts which contribute to inspire and encourage a shared passion for creating unique craft spirits”.

One of the students left some pleasing feedback “The course was very good! I don’t think you need to change anything!

The next course will run 29th November through to 1st December.

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