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Week 5 Individual Project

Deliverable length: 2 pages

Course Objective(s):

  • Explain the history and major types of beers and the importance of the ingredients used
  • Describe the major types of distilled spirits, how they are made along with liqueurs and cordials

Assignment

Distilled spirits take the procedure of fermentation one step further than wines and beers. The fermented liquid is heated in an enclosed space to vaporize the alcohol, separating it from the remaining liquid. The vapors are drawn off in a closed container and condensed as a concentrated spirit. The fermented liquid is heated in an enclosed space to vaporize the alcohol, separating it from the remaining liquid. The vapors are drawn off in a closed container and condensed as a concentrated spirit.

Spirits fall into several basic categories, by which they were generally grouped. Brown goods are the venerable Scotch whiskies and Irish whiskeys, American Bourbons, and Tennessee sour mash. White goods are the (generally) colorless liquors: vodka, gin, rum, and tequila, although the latter two spirits are sometimes tinged brown by barrel-aging and/or the addition of caramel.

Liqueurs are distilled spirits to which other, aromatic ingredients—herbs, nuts, fruit extracts, and so on—are added. In the past these were added for medicinal value; today they are added for consumer interest, uniqueness, and mixability. 

  • Research and then discuss the importance of each main ingredient in the production of a spirit.
  • Your discussion should include a brief history, how it’s produced and the importance of the ingredients used.

Please submit your assignment.

You will be graded on the following:

Individual Project Grading Rubric

Format: Adherence to deliverable length, proper grammar, and APA format.

10%

Content: Content meets requirements and is an obvious response to the assignment details.

20%

Support: Ideas are supported with examples and evidence.

20%

Knowledge: A clear understanding of course material is demonstrated.

25%

Accuracy: Information is accurate with no factual errors.

25%