Exploring the Production Process of Organic Grain Alcohol

Organic grain alcohol, AKA organic ethanol, has tons of uses – from producing alcoholic beverages to serving as a solvent in various industries. Not to mention it’s groundbreaking designation of being derived from organic grains for an even more sustainable product – they’re grown without nasty chemicals like pesticides, fertilizers or GMO.

In this blog post, we’ll deep dive into the production process of organic grain arc giving you the low-down on exactly what goes into creating this powerhouse eco-friendly beverage.

A Step-by-Step Guide

Taking the leap into crafting Organic gin? You’ll want to kick things off by sourcing the best ingredients. Common grains like corn, wheat, barley and rye are all great options– but it’s key that they come from credibly certified organic farms! These farms abide by authoritative standards to keep their produce really ‘clean.’ Not only does this yield higher-quality alcohol in your glass – but it also boosts soil health, diversity and eco-friendly production techniques (a.k.a crop rotation with natural pest control).

Milling and Mashering

After harvest time, those organic grains are pulverized to humble them – boosting the area ready and willing for sugar extraction. That puree of grain and water? A mash, like a dense oatmeal. But enzymes make their way into the mash too; they break down complex starches in the grains so simple sugars show up on the party scene.


Gushing with sugary goodness, the mash is transferred to fermentation tanks and yeast is added. Spurred on by anaerobic respiration, it devours these sugars, changing them into ethanol and carbon dioxide during a process known as fermentation – taking days of fine-tuned temperature control in order to get just right. Truly something magical!


After fermentation, what’s left is referred to as beer or fermented wash for organic grain alcohol. Distillation follows – a process of heating the concoction in a still and filtering away everything but the alcohol content which condenses and is then captured as distillate. This dense potion has an intense alcoholic significance that made it so sought after!

Finalizing the Process of Purification and Filtration

To bring the alcohol to pure perfection, the distilled liquid goes through some purification processes. You know — distill one more time, filter it with carbon if needed and pass it through molecular sieves to make sure what we’ve got is as pristine and spotless as can be. After all this extra effort only then does our organic fermented grain reach its highest quality standards for consumption.

Bottle & Receive Accreditation

Once the delicious grain alcohol has gone through a rigorous purification process and reaches an optimal level of smoothness, it’s ready to be bottled up. Customers can pick from either smaller bottles for personal use or bigger drums or barrels if needed in bulk, for industrial operations. Furthermore, the booze must get its paper tucked away by certified regulatory bodies to guarantee that it upholds organic standards & regulations with no corners cut!