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Spirit Chemistry: Dispelling Distillation Deceptions with Bert Lynn

When many people think about Kentucky, bourbon is one of the first things to come to mind. While bourbon, wine, and beer are popular staples in Kentucky, many people hold misconceptions about how it is produced. Bert Lynn, a professor of Chemistry, hopes to dispel many of these myths while also introducing his students to the history and chemistry of beer, wine, and distilled spirits in his course, Spirit Chemistry. In this podcast, Lynn talks about his hopes and excitement for the class and how it may relate to a potential Wine, Brewing and Distillation Sciences Certifiate program. 

This podcast was produced by Casey Hibbard

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