Age Your Own Woodinville Whiskey Kit

Age Your Own Whiskey Kit

GeekAlerts has shown you the DIY Hoch kit, The Beer Machine, and the Drinks-Lab Homebrew Kit, but now it’s time to take a look at something for a slightly more advanced palate. The Age Your Own Woodinville Whiskey Kit comes with everything you need to turn the 110 proof White Dog un-aged whiskey into something great in only 3 -6 months.

Using the reusable 2 liter aging barrel, the brewing process is sped up and still offers an amazingly flavored aged whiskey.

Homebrewing DIY Wiskey Kit

The magic that happens inside of a whiskey barrel has always intrigued whiskey drinkers. But unless you are a whiskey drinker who owns a distillery (something we strongly recommend by the way), it’s next to impossible to witness the transformation of the distillate from clear to brown, and the many flavor, aroma, and taste complexities that are added before finishing the journey as aged whiskey. Our Age Your Own Whiskey kit puts you in the Captain’s seat for aging your whiskey to perfection. Patience not included.

Age Your Own Whiskey Kit Includes:

  • Two 750 ml bottles of 110 proof White Dog un-aged whiskey
  • 2 liter aging barrel
  • Pouring funnel
  • Two tasting glasses
  • Step-by-step instructions

You can purchase your Age Your Own Whiskey Kit for $149.99 at Binny’s Beverage Depot.

To learn more go to Woodinville Whiskey Company.

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James lives in California, but grew up on the East Coast where he received a BS and an MBA with specialization in Financial Management. Prior to joining GeekAlerts, he worked as a financial manager for a high-end estate planning firm. James enjoys the beach, running, mountain biking and almost any outdoor activity.

2 Responses to “Age Your Own Woodinville Whiskey Kit”

  1. Care to explain why whiskey is for “a slightly more advanced palate?”

    • “Advanced” as in the # of years of drinking…most of the people I’ve encountered did not appreciate whiskey until later in their life

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