How the District Distills Its Whiskey

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Althea A. Fung, With Billy House Contributing
Dec. 5, 2013, 9:19 a.m.

A con­ver­ted ware­house in the Dis­trict of Columbia’s north­east quad­rant houses New Columbia Dis­til­lers, a gin and whis­key dis­til­lery ded­ic­ated to the ar­tis­an cre­ation of truly Amer­ic­an spir­its. Co-own­er Mi­chael Lowe walks through the pro­cess of cre­at­ing whis­key— and ex­plains why the na­tion still loves knock­ing back that good, stiff drink.

This video ap­pears as a com­pan­ion to the Na­tion­al Journ­al magazine fea­ture titled, “A Na­tion Weaned on a Stiff Drink.”


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