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Forget about the wine -- how about a whiskey tastings and Laura Ingle is not a Kentucky.
-- in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
No sampling at large good morning there -- to happen.
Well good morning yes in fact you know there are a lot of small distillery is hoping that.
Whiskey tasting will become just as popular as wine tasting and distillery is like.
The wiggle whiskey company here on one interviews he can be co-founder and owner.
Of this small company and you know what we're talking about the whiskey I -- gonna have air port here and show you what we think about -- we usually think of it is brown but it's not brown.
It's clear explain.
Well when was he comes out of this -- always see it's clear this was originally the way that all people drank -- especially here in Western Pennsylvania we were.
With the capital the whole world back in the 17100.
It'll look a little snapped -- that can't -- Yeah it is very good and up one of the things that we found what we've been here up filming this.
Is you actually make it it -- first and that's traditional right yeah that's the stuff that we see here behind us.
All with you here first to you to make beer before you can make whiskey to the silver equipment.
I mean that's what we make the beer and that's -- match or fermenter and in the copper delays.
Thanks for the silver stuff visitors bill that's what turns to -- here and -- -- All right so when this new law passed that.
-- law passed here in Pennsylvania.
In December you guys are just starting up obviously brand new -- just.
A new laws also passing in New York Michigan organ hopefully this'll be a trend for you guys -- that more people -- Yeah we have more and more.
People coming in every day and we're we're very hopeful that this.
-- not only support her family.
But we'll put more people and all sorts.
Sort of a restart trend now with the very dominant industry here -- -- -- iron about ten years ago very get Eric -- I would go with fear in Pennsylvania will impact you -- sounds like there might -- the few jobs and that you're still on the clock by the way tomorrow.
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