- Feb 17, 2021
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I recently read a thread regarding freeze distillation. It was a 2012 thread, old , yeah, but I couldn't help but find the thread very humorous. Not an attorney, but it reminded me of watching Senate hearings, they squabble over wording and definitions constantly. Anyway, the thread argued the difference between distilling, reducing, and concentrating. The concept, as I see it is to improve the quality and ABV that we desire in our beverage pursuits. Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't that simply mean seperating water from the targeted solution that we desire. In other words, dehydrating the beverage at hand. The outcome is not the intent to create liqour, which requires a license, and there are no laws written that addresses dehydration. So, I will introduce an alternative process that is 100% legal by the ATF, TTB, and LCB, it employs the use of molecular seives. These little sweethearts soak up water in most any liquid solution leaving behind the rest. This does not change any of the properties of the solution other than removing the smallest molecules of liquid, H2O. Check it out. It works well for me. I have fortified many batches of wine and beer in this process. It's still beer and wine, just better.