- 12″ x 18″ print, signed in acid-free ink for archival longevity, with a 1″ white border.
- Matted to fit frame size of 18×24,” protected in an acid-free acrylic sleeve.
- Photographed with a Nikon D4 Digital SLR, converted to black and white. Please note, this is not a 35mm film capture.
- Fine art, Gicleé digital print on archival quality, acid-free (8.2 pH), and lignin-free 285 GSM Hahnemühle Torchon matte paper 20 mil / 0.5 mm (100% Alpha Cellulose, watercolor paper, coarsely structured felt mark).
- Photographed at Stoll and Wolfe Distillery in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on September 7, 2019, during the first Rosen Rye mash in decades. Master Distiller takes the first sip of Rosen Rye whiskey produced in decades, coming out of the column still at over 150 proof.
- Unnumbered, one of a kind.
- Includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity including photographic details.
- Free shipping within the continental United States.
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Lititz, Pa (July 23, 2019) – For the first time in decades, the long-lost heritage grain, Rosen rye, will be distilled into rye whiskey in Pennsylvania! “The last man to distill Rosen rye into whiskey at Michter’s Distillery in Schaefferstown, Pa will be the first to distill it here again,” said Laura Fields, founder of the American Whiskey Convention and CEO of the non-profit, The Delaware Valley Fields Foundation. “Dick Stoll, of Stoll & Wolfe Distillery, is a legend in the distilling world, and it is an honor to be able to deliver our Rosen rye grain into his very capable hands.”
Since 2015, Rosen rye seeds have been cultivated and re-planted on agricultural test plots in State College, PA to produce enough usable grain to distill into whiskey. The Delaware Valley Fields Foundation’s SeedSpark Campaign has gone from 5 ounces of Rosen rye sourced from the USDA to over 900 pounds today! 500 lbs of that rye grain will be placed into fermenters on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, and distilled into rye whiskey on Saturday, September 7, at Stoll & Wolfe Distillery.