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August 27, 2019

Westward American Single Malt Whiskey with Christian Krogstad

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Westward American Single Malt Whiskey with Christian Krogstad

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This podcast has been seven years in the making! Pedro first met our guest, Christian Krogstad, when Westward Distillery was first opening. It was then that Pedro was invited to Oregon, where he helped distill a barrel for the brand. That barrel, now known as the Westward American Two Malt, JUST came to maturation and we were lucky enough to launch it on this podcast! Enjoy it!

What we drank:
Westward American Single Malt
Westward Oregon Stout Cask
Westward American Two Malt

From the Westward Website: westwardwhiskey.com

House Spirits Distillery, in the heart of Portland, Oregon, is an invitation to explore the tradition and the future of American craft distilling. Every day, through our oversized tasting room window or on a distillery tour, our guests witness the transformation of grain and natural botanicals into some of the world’s most admired spirits. A leader of Portland’s world-renowned maker community, we are a real distillery, where real people put their heart, soul, and artistry into crafting products that delight and inspire.

We believe in distilling’s equivalent to “minimalist cooking,” and we prefer to make our spirits from scratch. We craft each of our award-winning products with an intense and passionate pursuit of perfection, using the best natural ingredients, treating them with care, and allowing them to express their unique character.

Our distillery tasting room is open daily from 12pm to 7pm Sunday through Thursday and 12pm to 8pm Friday & Saturday. Join us for a tour of the brewery and distillery, whiskey flights and cocktails.

Make time to visit our distillery! Our in depth distillery tour gives you a look at the complete production process from bringing in grain, transforming that grain into beer, and a close look at how the distillation and aging process works.

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