Distillation

The magical distillation process allows us to take the low-proof grain wine and turn it into a high-proof spirit. When heated, the alcohol turns to vapour before the water. This vapour is sent up a column and when it hits the cold sides, just like your cold windows in the wintertime, it condenses, collecting nearly pure alcohol.

From this, we select only the best portion–the heart of the run–to be further processed. This cannot be automated, and requires someone to take a little taste. If we taste the funk, we throw it out. That’s why New Deal is so pure and sippable.

Process > Filtration