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Batching and Bottling with Noel and Max Venning

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In this episode Tristan chats to bar owners Noel and Max Venning as they share tips for good fermentation, the benefits of batching and bottling and their thoughts on the future of cocktail delivery. Tune in now.

GUESTS INCLUDE:

Noel Venning – Director of Three Sheets, London and Shop Cuvée

Max Venning – Director of Three Sheets, London and Shop Cuvée


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Try batching your own cocktails with this simple recipe card.

Discover 10 tips for a thriving takeaway service.


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