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  1. Hello, I am in the final process of ordering equipment and I am trying to decide on a good manual labeler, something that I could potentially but both labels (front and back) on at the same time. I had been looking at a Race labeler, but now I am not sure what I want. Any thoughts?
  2. I have a Race Junior Labeling machine that I am asking $700.00 OBO with shipping in the USA John I sold the filler still have the race jr. for sale. This is a really easy labeling machine to use for just about any bottle. Check out the YouTube vids.
  3. I've been asked this several times and I keep shutting it down because I don't want to deal with removing the labels and I feel like there will be a lot of paperwork involved but... Is anybody reusing their packaging, i.e. glass bottles? This would only be for a few accounts that are concerned with it but I feel like the savings in packaging would be out-weighed by the cost in labor hours. Anyway, if anybody has information about this or can link me to a thread (searched but didn't find anything) I'd be grateful.
  4. We have a few versions of glass bottles that are now obsolete and are looking to get rid of them. They are all considered spirits bottles and have at least 4 versions looking to unload in excess of 50,000 pieces. Some have embossing, some have screen printed design, and most are blank but nothing is brand specific that would render them unusable by another brand. Pictures of the bottles are available upon request and samples can be sent to serious buyers. We are looking to blow these bottles out so prices will start a $0.25 each.
  5. I have purchased about 18 pallets of American made "Tennessee", 750ml glass bottles from a friend who purchased them in a shipping container sale. The container looks to have jostled around a bit but most everything seems intact minus the boxes being a little mashed. SEE PHOTOS. The pallet in the front took the brunt of the damage as you can see. I will not need all of these for my operation and would be willing to sell some pallets for a reasonable offer. I will be checking the pallets before I ship to you for any obvious damage and secure properly. Feel free to come and see them before you buy. 840 bottles per pallet, 6 per case. $700.per pallet or best offer. You pay shipping, or come get. I could possibly help with delivery depending on amount ordered and location. Let me know if your interested and we can talk. Greg
  6. Many people and books talk about bottle shock, and how 3 months in the bottle greatly improve the spirit as it gets its initial oxidation, rest, and mingling of chemical components. The ADI book Distiller's Guide to Rum suggest the greater part of 3 months for storage after bottling before selling, and we have definitely noticed a marked improvement in our spirits from the day they went in the bottle till a few months later. With that being said, does anyone have experience in the time of vatting making a real improvement? Example. If we have to release a product in 3 months, will it be more beneficial to blend and vat the barrels for 3 months, then bottle and sell immediately; blend and vat for 1 month then bottle and allow rest; or allow equal vat and bottle times? Eg. Does the best mellowing happen from blending in the steel vat or resting in a bottle? Thanks for the help!
  7. Arkansas Glass can supply a 750ml bottle for very competitive prices. We have an over stock and would like to move some of these bottles. If you are interesetd contact Casey Turner at cturner@agcc.com.
  8. Seeking used label machines (semi or automatic) and bottle fillers (semi or automatic) in very good+ working condition. Message me or call (2O6 552 9166). Thank you.
  9. Hi Everyone! St. George Spirits has excess glass for sale after the completion of a bottling contract. The bottle is from Germany, specifications listed below. Please let me know if you are interested, I can have samples sent. Matura bottle dimensions: Volume: 750mL Height: 345mm Width: 74mm Weight: 750g Color: Flint Mouth: 18.3mm bartop Matura bulk pallet dimensions: Weight: 2016.5 lbs Height: 74.5” Width: 48" Depth: 40" Available: 60,000 units Price: $0.95 per bottle ($1.20 original) Minimum: Three (3) pallets FOB: Alameda, CA Terms: Advance Picture Attached
  10. Hello All, St. George Spirits has excess glass for sale after the completion of a bottling contract. The bottle is from Germany, specifications listed below. Please let me know if you are interested, I can have samples sent. Matura bottle dimensions: Volume: 750mL Height: 345mm Width: 74mm Weight: 750g Color: Flint Mouth: 18.3mm bartop Matura bulk pallet dimensions: Weight: 2016.5 lbs Height: 74.5” Width: 48" Depth: 40" Available: 60,000 units Price: $0.95 per bottle ($1.20 original) Minimum: Three (3) pallets FOB: Alameda, CA Terms: Advance Picture Attached
  11. 750ml Moonea bartop bottles I am selling 19 pallets (19,019 btls) of 750ml Moonea bartop bottles. These are extremely high quality French glass, the bottle type is Moonea, they are the 'bartop' type so they are made for corks or toppers. The bottles are still in sealed pallets, completely new, with no labeling. 19 pallets of these Moonea bottles at 1,001 bottles per pallet. I am asking $26,000 for all the bottles. I will also include a partial box of wooden toppers, in which there are a over one thousand... which are perfect to start you off. Also included are a partial pallet of Moonea bottles, there are around 500 in it. So you get more than just the 19 pallets, there will be 20 pallets in the shipment... a full truck load (FTL), which also is cheaper to ship. Note: all bottles are intact, never dropped, they have been stored and high quality. I am selling them, because we decided to use different packaging. Please note, I only prefer to sell all of the bottles and within the US. I also expect the buyer to pay shipping. We are located in Denver, CO. With inquiries, please respond to reply, thank you!
  12. I'm in the process of designing our first screen printed bottle design for a whiskey line that'll release later this year. So, I'm looking for any suppliers you'd recommend (or not recommend). Since I'm located in the Midwest I'm leaning towards working with Loggerhead Deco outside of Chicago. Anyone work with them before? Good or bad experience? Was the printing good quality with no defects? Did they stay under the 3% loss? Did you receive the finished product in the desired/agreed timeframe? Truly appreciate any responses, suggestions, and referrals--can't reprint screen printing so looking to ensure we get it right the first time by working with reputable businesses! Thanks ahead of time everyone!
  13. Selling from Denver distillery 350 cases= 4,200 1L stock bottles with black plastic screw caps "Zeus" stock bottle. I can send pics/more info and a sample if interested. Looking to move. Thanks, Scott 714.330.8439
  14. New stock 750ml bottle in Xtra flint with Stelvin finish http://unitedbottles.com/en/cartier-bvs-750ml.aspx Clear out 750ml Amber bottle with Stelvin finish http://unitedbottles.com/en/crema-750-ml.aspx We have the Stelvin closures that can be applied by hand.They are called WAK closures, manufactured by GUALA. Have a look at the clear out section. If interested, make an offer. http://unitedbottles.com/en/great-deals-to-clear-out.aspx Cheers!
  15. We have a new bottle called the 750ml St Genevieve. It is a Cognac style bottle that could be used for Brandies. This bottle will be producing at Piramal Glass at the end of February for those who are interested. Happy New Year! Shawn shawn@wmrhill.com
  16. Hello Everyone, I have an easy enough time finding 4 spout bottle fillers, however...I'm trying to track down an American made 4 spout bottle filler. Can someone help point me in the correct direction...if not (I still refuse to believe it) does anyone have a particular filler they would like to swear by for under 2k as a starter filler. Regards, Tyler
  17. Hello, We are trying to determine if anyone makes a bottle that look antique or is imperfect (small bubbles in the glass, uneven surface, varying thickness, etc.) and are having minimal success. Does anyone know a manufacturer that does this? If so, can you please share?? Thanks!
  18. Hi Folks, we have a few clear out to offer this month; DORADO 175,000 bottles $4.99/case METROPOLE 80,000 bottles $0.39/bottle in bulk CREMA 30,000 bottles $0.39/bottle in bulk RECTANGULAR 111,000 bottles $0.59/bottle in bulk Minimum order is one pallet of any of the above. We have plastic CT closures for all except the CREMA. CREMA requires a Stelvin 30 x 60mm Roll On closure which we can also offer in a hand applied version if we have enough demand. We can also offer the cartons & partitions for the bottles offered in bulk. Call me for more details. Don't hesitate to request samples if you thing that you could use any of these for a special potion. Cheers!
  19. Hi Folks, anybody interested in samples of 200mL with a 28mm screw cap finish? Minimum order is one pallet of 2304 bottles @ $0.29 per flask. We have 100,000 in stock. Let me know, I'll be more than happy to send you samples. It might give you ideas for future project. Have a great week-end,
  20. Hi folks, United Bottles & Packaging is often being asked for a 1,75 Lt glass bottle in pallet quantity from the Craft Distillery Community but had not access to such a beast. UBP decided to have it produced in pallet quantity which will be available with a GUALA finish at first. Bottles will be in at the beginning of 2013. Have a look at the photo in attachment and I'll look forward to your comments and questions, Contact me if interested by this item and I'll provide a quote delivered to your door. thanks to you all for your support,
  21. Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii Property + Natural Water Source + Beverage MFG SUP, Hilo, Hawaii PROPERTY OVERVIEW The Vision: In 1993, the owner secured a special use permit (SUP), allowing the development of a distillery, brewery, or specialty (non- alcoholic) manufacturing and bottling company on just under 7 acres. The Hawaiian property takes advantage of an existing natural artesian water source flowing from the slopes of Mauna Loa, pumped to the property from an existing well. This permit set the wheels in motion for the vision: a Micro Distillery or Micro Brewery with product blended with pristine Hawaiian water. The vision is complete with a visitor center, beer garden and tasting room to capitalize on the exploding local and visitor population. In 2012, HB1925 was signed into law as ACT 302. In summary: Allows holders of Class 1 manufacturer liquor licenses to sell beer, wine, or other specified liquor manufactured or distilled on the licensee's premises from fruit or other products grown in the State, in any quantity to wholesalers in original packages or for private use and consumption. (HB1925 CD1) This allows for direct sale of alcohol on the manufacturer’s premises. The alcohol must use any quantity of locally grown product. See: http://www.capitol.h...billnumber=1925 Today, you can realize this vision. Strategically located, abundant, and fertile Hawaiian land Access to natural Hawaiian artisanal water source Special Use Permit Friendly business climate for direct sales for private consumption, and sale to wholesaler Unique opportunity for “Made In Hawaii” branding INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS Special Use Permit: Special Permit 842 (Docket No 93-000003) and subsequent amendments allow the expanded development of a brewery, distillery, soft drink bottling facility and related improvements. Due to a non-compete agreement with Hawaiian Springs Water Co., the bottling of pure drinking water is not a permitted use. However, soda or flavored water and beverages remain as permitted uses. Strategic location: The Property is located just 8 miles from Hilo International Airport and The Port of Hilo just off of Highway 11 which serves as the main roadway connecting Hilo with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and its estimated 1.35 million visitors per year. Tourism Appeal: According to the National Park Service, visitors spent in 2010 an estimated $122 million at the National Parks and the surrounding communities on the Big Island - $88.26 million came from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Made in Hawaii: Hawaii is world-renown with products distributed throughout the US mainland and Asia. Some of the many products from Hawaii that have enjoyed the "Made in Hawaii" success include Kona coffee, Deep-Sea Bottled Water, Natural Artesian Bottled Water, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, and the growing number of micro-brews and distilleries in the State. Large level lots: The design of sub-divided lots promote building design efficiencies. Taxes: General Excise taxes are lower on the island of Hawaii when compared to Oahu. Freight costs: Island-to-island shipping companies currently offer reduced rates for shipping back empty containers such as kegs and other reusable containers. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Location: Kea'au, Hawaii (Border of Hilo & Kea'au) Area: Lot 9722-A - 2.410 acres, Lot 9722-B - 2.995 acres Zoning: FA-2a, Family Agriculture Special use permit: BREWERY, DISTILLERY, WATER AND SOFT DRINK BOTTLING FACILITIES AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS Building height allowance: 45 feet, commercial building allowing for tall column stills, fermentation tanks and so on. Setbacks: 30 feet - front, 30 feet - rear, 20 feet - side Flood zone: Flood Zone X, 500-year flood http://www.sothebysr...-keaau-hi-96797 http://www.sothebysr...-keaau-hi-96749 - email: bigislanddistillery@gmail.com or use contact on websites
  22. Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii Property + Natural Water Source + Beverage MFG SUP, Hilo, Hawaii PROPERTY OVERVIEW The Vision: In 1993, the owner secured a special use permit (SUP), allowing the development of a distillery, brewery, or specialty (non- alcoholic) manufacturing and bottling company on just under 7 acres. The Hawaiian property takes advantage of an existing natural artesian water source flowing from the slopes of Mauna Loa, pumped to the property from an existing well. This permit set the wheels in motion for the vision: a Micro Distillery or Micro Brewery with product blended with pristine Hawaiian water. The vision is complete with a visitor center, beer garden and tasting room to capitalize on the exploding local and visitor population. In 2012, HB1925 was signed into law as ACT 302. In summary: Allows holders of Class 1 manufacturer liquor licenses to sell beer, wine, or other specified liquor manufactured or distilled on the licensee's premises from fruit or other products grown in the State, in any quantity to wholesalers in original packages or for private use and consumption. (HB1925 CD1) This allows for direct sale of alcohol on the manufacturer’s premises. The alcohol must use any quantity of locally grown product. See: http://www.capitol.h...billnumber=1925 Today, you can realize this vision. Strategically located, abundant, and fertile Hawaiian land Access to natural Hawaiian artisanal water source Special Use Permit Friendly business climate for direct sales for private consumption, and sale to wholesaler Unique opportunity for “Made In Hawaii” branding INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS Special Use Permit: Special Permit 842 (Docket No 93-000003) and subsequent amendments allow the expanded development of a brewery, distillery, soft drink bottling facility and related improvements. Due to a non-compete agreement with Hawaiian Springs Water Co., the bottling of pure drinking water is not a permitted use. However, soda or flavored water and beverages remain as permitted uses. Strategic location: The Property is located just 8 miles from Hilo International Airport and The Port of Hilo just off of Highway 11 which serves as the main roadway connecting Hilo with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and its estimated 1.35 million visitors per year. Tourism Appeal: According to the National Park Service, visitors spent in 2010 an estimated $122 million at the National Parks and the surrounding communities on the Big Island - $88.26 million came from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Made in Hawaii: Hawaii is world-renown with products distributed throughout the US mainland and Asia. Some of the many products from Hawaii that have enjoyed the "Made in Hawaii" success include Kona coffee, Deep-Sea Bottled Water, Natural Artesian Bottled Water, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, and the growing number of micro-brews and distilleries in the State. Large level lots: The design of sub-divided lots promote building design efficiencies. Taxes: General Excise taxes are lower on the island of Hawaii when compared to Oahu. Freight costs: Island-to-island shipping companies currently offer reduced rates for shipping back empty containers such as kegs and other reusable containers. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Location: Kea'au, Hawaii (Border of Hilo & Kea'au) 2 Lots (see websites for details) Zoning: FA-2a, Family Agriculture Special use permit: BREWERY, DISTILLERY, WATER AND SOFT DRINK BOTTLING FACILITIES AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS Building height allowance: 45 feet, commercial building allowing for tall column stills, fermentation tanks and so on. Setbacks: 30 feet - front, 30 feet - rear, 20 feet - side Flood zone: Flood Zone X, 500-year flood - For photos, video and more information on the listing please see: http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-979-21092258/waters-of-keaau-keaau-hi-96749 http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-979-21098913/waters-of-keaau-keaau-hi-96797 Please call Rebecca Keliihoomalu at 808-895-1156 (Hawaii Standard Time) Additional questions, call 808-783-7845 (Hawaii Standard Time) Email: bigislanddistillery@gmail.com (“Big Island Property” in subject line please)
  23. Hi All, I can't seem to find specifications on the Enolmatic vacuum filler. I am needing to fill small 5oz bottles and I cannot seem to figure what the gasket size is for the regular set-up ( or down to what size bottle it will handle). I'm wondering if I need to buy their mignon kit, which is hard to find and expensive! Does anyone know these specs, or does anyone have one of these units they could measure for me? Thanks!
  24. Hello ADI members, I have 26 pallets of new SaverGlass 750ml Heritage Antique Green for sale. We are glass decorators and not glass suppliers but a customer default of payment and they signed over ownership of blankware. I am willing to sell by the pallet (504 bottles) and willing to offer a deal if you buy the lot. Message me or email me if interested Quest Industries Stockton, CA Regards, Chad Tomlin chadtomlin@questllc.com
  25. Hello ADI members, I have 26 pallets of new SaverGlass 750ml Heritage Antique Green for sale. We are glass decorators and not glass suppliers but a customer default of payment and they signed over ownership of blankware. I am willing to sell by the pallet (504 bottles) and willing to offer a deal if you buy the lot. Message me or email me if interested Quest Industries Stockton, CA Regards, Chad Tomlin chadtomlin@questllc.com