A NEW ERA OF DISTILLING
Integrating Modern Technology
With a Timeless Tradition
Distilling is a proud tradition with a rich history that has been around for hundreds of years. When creating Backroads Spirits Co. we envisioned a micro-distillery where modern technology is embraced, but the tradition and heritage of distilling is not forgotten. With the use of our ultra-modern distilling equipment, we are capable of producing any type of spirit imaginable all within one still, rather than the use of multiple stills like in other distilleries. Our high-tech still through the use of intelligent artificial automation also allows us to produce top-tier products with higher consistency. This advanced technology and design also allow for our processes to be more efficient offering the capability to be up to 90% more energy efficient than traditional stills. This piece of modern distilling equipment is an extension of our vision where modern technology is integrated with a timeless tradition.
At Touch of a Hand
Our still features a state-of-the-art LCD touch screen on the forefront of the still that allows us to read real-time data of exactly where we are with each run. As mentioned, the intelligent automation that our still features allows us to produce spirits with higher consistency to give consumers a great-tasting product every time. Also featuring Automated Cuts Management, Air Pressure Control (APC), smartphone connectivity, and many more high-tech features, our still is proudly allowing us to harmonize modern technology with a timeless tradition.
Triple Filtered Perfection
Our water is sourced directly from SaskWater before carefully undergoing an in-house triple filtration process. The water we use undergoes Carbon Filtering, Reverse Osmosis, and Ultra Violet Light filtrations to give us the purest and smoothest water possible for use in spirits production. Ensuring that our water is as pure and clean as possible is of the highest priority to us as water is an extremely vital part of spirits production.
Carbon filtering acts as a method to remove any unpleasant tastes, odors,
chlorine, or any small leftover traces of sediments, dirt, and rust.
Reverse Osmosis membranes act as a method to remove any remaining traces of bacteria, viruses, or parasites in addition to fluoride, herbicides, pesticides, TDS, and any
unpleasant tastes and odors that may still have been present in the water.
Ultra Violet Light water purification is then used as the most effective process for disinfecting any bacteria in the water. The UV light rays penetrate harmful pathogens in the water eliminating micro-organisms that can potentially cause illness.