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My Craft Distillery: Our Custom Spirit Program

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May 14, 2018

Have you ever wanted to create your own bourbon, gin, rum, or other spirit? Now you can. Spend a week as a distiller at Moonshine University, then keep what you make! My Craft Distillery is a week-long custom spirit program that allows you to call the shots and craft your own unique liquor with the assistance of our experts.

As far an experiential vacations go, you’ll not find a better souvenir than a cask of a spirit you created. Maybe you want to mark a special milestone with a custom liquor, or perhaps you’re interested in experimenting for product development purposes?

Whatever the case, craft your own recipe, then ferment, distill, and barrel it with the help of our team of experts. While you’re here, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn from our educators, visit exclusive locations, and earn the title of Executive Bourbon Steward. Of course, as your custom spirit ages to your desired maturation, we’ll send you samples every six months to taste.

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To learn more about the My Craft Distillery program, visit this link. Looking to create a commercial beverage formula? Our friends at Flavorman can help.

Interested in learning more about the distilling process and the spirits industry? Check out Moonshine University’s 2020 courses to learn from the best in the business or contact our team to hear about our professional services.

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