In collaboration with the Märkische specialty distillery in Hagen, the Rohrmeisterei distils swords every year. At the beginning, the fresh distillate should not be called whisky, because only aging in oak barrels for three years makes the so-called "new make" mature into the "water of life". The barrels are stored "on the crane" in the gastronomy of the Rohrmeisterei or in the neighboring wine cellar.
Each year, two new barrels are filled (1 × 3 years and 1 × 5 years storage). The selection of barrels ranges from used bourbon over sherry to port wine or rum barrel. Wood makes the whisky!
Suerte (su `er te) - under this name Schwerte in the Ruhr Valley 962 is mentioned by Abt Engelbert in a document. Here, more precisely: in the Rohrmeisterei, a place for enjoyment and culture, the whisky stores at least three years. By the way, in Spanish Suerte means - luck!