This last week has me reminiscing about OChem and Biochem labs back in the day. I'm looking back and smiling at those struggles because they helped shape me and make me the confident Distiller I am today. At this time of year I always think about the wolfpack that helped me get through those years #wolfpack @bantar_bantar @ontheroad_to_nowhere @blessed.wife #wolfpackunite#werescary
Would you drink the dirty looking water in this picture ? Well if you drink tap water that is exactly what you are drinking. This is just what 4 liters of tap water looks like when you distill the drinkable part out. Look at what it left in the bottom of the glass ➡️ im annoyed at myself for putting that filth in my body for years.
To list a few of the purposely added contaminates added to water:
Fluoride, chlorine, arsenic, lead, mercury, nitrates, hormones like estrogen these are a tiny amount of the chemicals used in the uk to "clean"water.
The total dissolved solids reading is a reading of things dissolved in your water, some good most bad. Like magnesium & calcium and the shit I listed above then other things like when dead animals get caught up in the system and there body's rot in the water 😷
The chart in the photos shows that the government agrees tap water is not even ideal to drink.
My distiller cost me 80 pounds and it's kind of like a ugly R2D2 in my kitchen. My husbands a bit annoyed at me that its using electric we're both vegan and environmentalists so it's a contradiction.. but all in all it is healthier! its probably going to help me live longer and will definatly help my body be able to actually flush toxins and crap out rather that just drinking them repeatedly.
Check out the YouTube vids below ⬇️ there a bit more science based and informative than my post.
@humantimothy YouTube vid:
The lovely @kirstiemallsopp with her purchase of one of our first batch bottles of Kalkar @handmadefair 🙌 We're exhibiting with @theartisanfoodvillage on stand A8 - come and say hi and try some Kalkar!
As a young man TOAD founder Tom could be found drinking in this wonderful pub. He was over-joyed when he discovered that TOAD was being served here. Jolly well done Charlie & thank you to the Royal Oak for having such great taste! ;)
Following the Civil War wonderful parties were hosted in this house with presidents, dignitaries, and revelers of all kinds in attendance. The festivities would spill out onto the grand lawn and go late into the night. In 1878 they would commission Nelson's Green Brier Distillery to produce a Bourbon, a Belle Meade Bourbon, for nights such as these. Today we aim to take the spirit of what began in this Middle Tennessee manor and share it far and wide with you. #BourbonHeritageMonth
Our Copperhouse was not a chance of luck.... Our head distiller experimented with 30 different recipes before deciding on this award winning peice of perfection!
#working hard #gin#distiller#Adnams#copper
Picking up our grain in 1/2 ton bags from our exclusive grain store. Richard, one of the lovely farmers we work with, carefully loading this precious stuff into the TOAD van. With the very happy Bryon making sure we don't lose any. Off to the distillery now for a bit of clever alchemy. Turning this tasty grain in to our lovely spirits. This is truly grain to glass distilling. Gulp!