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  1. I was reading the Artisan Spirit magazine the other day and the article written by Wilderness Trail Distillery on cranking out the maximum number of barrels on your equipment got me thinking about their mashing technique. Is there a reason to add smaller grains (rye, wheat) after gelatinizing the corn, instead of adding it at the same time. The whole article is on minimizing the cook time and overall efficiency, and I don't know what the downside of adding rye and wheat at the same temperature step as the corn would be...thoughts? Some off flavor I don't know about? I have done a few mashes with the corn and wheat/rye added at the same time and brought to 190; I have never really seen any problem with this but perhaps if I dropped temp to 170 to add rye/wheat the flavor would change.
  2. I need used bourbon barrels. 15 gallon and under, preferably Black Swan Honeycombed but anything will do. I am looking to get 1 pallet full. Send me a message if you have any.
  3. Hello, I am Zach Zimlich with ZAK Cooperage and we are new to ADI! ZAK Cooperage is a 3rd generation, family-owned business that prides itself on producing expertly-crafted new 53-gallon white oak barrels. In 1991 we opened our stave mill in Athertonville, Kentucky and expanded into a cooperage that has supplied distilleries both locally and internationally for over 17 years. We strive to provide distilleries with the best product at a competitive price! Please feel free to check us out at www.ZAKCooperage.com or reach out to us at Zach.Zimlich@gmail.com. We look forward to building relationships with ADI members in 2017, and we hope you all enjoy the holidays! Best, Zach Zimlich ZAK Cooperage
  4. Hey Everyone! Wanted to keep you updated once again share with you the Black Water Barrels Production Process!! We are still taking orders for bourbon barrels 30,53,60 gallons so visit our website to learn more and to place your order!! BlackWaterBarrels.com Cheers!!
  5. I have 18 brand new 15 gallon Missouri Oak barrels from McGinnis Wood Products in Cuba, MO for sale. Char 3 and Char 4 available. $200 per barrel. F.O.B. Columbia, Illinois. Please contact adam.stumpf(at)stumpysspirits(dot)com for more info. Thanks!
  6. Hey Everyone! Wanted to share with you all Black Water Barrels Production Process!! Check it out and see some behind the scenes footage of what goes into creating a Black Water Barrels. #BWBSC Cheers!!
  7. Hey Everyone! Wanted to share with you all Black Water Barrels Production Process!! Check it out and see some behind the scenes footage of what goes into creating a Black Water Barrel. #BWBSC Cheers!!
  8. Hey ADI Family!! My name is Devin Washington and I am a representative of Black Water Barrels LLC. We are a state of the art Cooperage based in Bamberg, South Carolina specializing in manufacturing high quality White Oak Barrels (30,53,60 Gallon) which can be used for various forms of Wines, Spirits & Beers. Here at Black Water Barrels, we pride ourselves on being a business that is focused on making quality products which are geared towards suppling Craft Distilleries across the United States with the best Barrels on the market! I am reaching out to ask that you would please visit our website to learn more about our products as well as follow us on our social media accounts to stay up-to-date on all the outstanding things going on at BWBSC. If you are interested in partnering with Black Water Barrels LLC, please feel free to reach out to us via Telephone, Email, or our Website at www.blackwaterbarrels.com where you can place Orders or get answers to any questions or concerns you may have. Thank You for your time and we hope to do business with you in the very near future, Cheers! Twitter: @BWBarrels Facebook: Black Water Barrels Instagram: @BWBarrels_ #BWBSC Devin Washington Social Media & Sales Representative Black Water Barrels LLC (407)-748-7485 3914 Main Highway Bamberg,SC 29003 BlackWaterBarrels.com Quote Edit
  9. Hey Everyone! My name is Devin Washington and I am a representative of Black Water Barrels LLC. We are a state of the art Cooperage based in Bamberg, South Carolina specializing in manufacturing high quality White Oak Barrels (30,53,60 Gallon) which can be used for various forms of Wines, Spirits & Beers. Here at Black Water Barrels, we pride ourselves on being a business that is focused on making quality products which are geared towards suppling Craft Distilleries across the United States with the best Barrels on the market! I am reaching out to ask that you would please visit our website to learn more about our products as well as follow us on our social media accounts to stay up-to-date on all the outstanding things going on at BWBSC. If you are interested in partnering with Black Water Barrels LLC, please feel free to reach out to us via Telephone, Email, or our Website at www.blackwaterbarrels.com where you can place Orders or get answers to any questions or concerns you may have. Thank You for your time and we hope to do business with you in the very near future, Cheers! Twitter: @BWBarrels Facebook: Black Water Barrels Instagram: @BWBarrels_ #BWBSC Devin Washington Social Media & Sales Representative Black Water Barrels LLC (407)-748-7485 3914 Main Highway Bamberg,SC 29003 BlackWaterBarrels.com Quote Edit
  10. Hey ADI Family!! My name is Devin Washington and I am a representative of Black Water Barrels LLC. We are a state of the art Cooperage based in Bamberg, South Carolina specializing in manufacturing high quality White Oak Barrels (30,53,60 Gallon) which can be used for various forms of Wines, Spirits & Beers. Here at Black Water Barrels, we pride ourselves on being a business that is focused on making quality products which are geared towards suppling Craft Distilleries across the United States with the best Barrels on the market! I am reaching out to ask that you would please visit our website to learn more about our products as well as follow us on our social media accounts to stay up-to-date on all the outstanding things going on at BWBSC. If you are interested in partnering with Black Water Barrels LLC, please feel free to reach out to us via Telephone, Email, or our Website at www.blackwaterbarrels.com where you can place Orders or get answers to any questions or concerns you may have. Thank You for your time and we hope to do business with you in the very near future, Cheers! Twitter: @BWBarrels Facebook: Black Water Barrels Instagram: @BWBarrels_ #BWBSC Devin Washington Social Media & Sales Representative Black Water Barrels LLC (407)-748-7485 3914 Main Highway Bamberg,SC 29003 BlackWaterBarrels.com
  11. The bourbon was produced on Black Dirt's 60ft continuous column beer still made by Vendome. They finish it in a "doubler" at around 140-148p then proof it down to 124p for barreling. Mash bill is 73% corn, 13% malted barley, and 14% rye. Termamyl and Saczyme were used for full conversion. Sale includes barrel. Barrel (date barreled) / # / Avail SELL PRICE 53 gal char 3 (june/july 2014) / 6 / $ 2,700 30 gal char 2 (june/july2014) / 6 / $ 1,500 30 gal char 2 (oct 2014) / 6 / $ 1,450 53 gal char 3 (march/april 2015) / 6 / $ 2,450 30 gal char 3 (march/april 2015) / 6 / $ 1,350 OR BEST OFFER
  12. Greetings All We have purchased a stave mill about 1 hour from out cooperage, and are now producing new charred 53 gal oak barrels from MN oak Additionally we have recently tripled our output over the past year and now have many barrels of every size in stock- 5/10/15/30/53 gallon, and intend to have stock going forward Currently we are making our 1st production run of 53's, and will have about 100 extra ready to ship by the end of next week The 53's are $275/ea, and fit 6 to a pallet. Can laser engrave your logo on the barrel head for a small fee. Let me know of any interest Cheers Richard Richard@thebarrelmill.com 800-201-7125
  13. I have a variety of used 10 gallon barrels manufactured by the Barrel Mill in Avon, MN. They are located at Great Northern Distilling in Plover, WI. Here's what I have: 15 - ten gallon Rye Whiskey Barrels. Aged for a year, still lots of life left in them. $90 ea 15 - ten gallon Bourbon Barrels. Aged for a year, still lots of life left in them. $90 ea 7 - ten gallon Rum Barrels. Ex Bourbon, used 1 additional time for Rum. Probably best for a finishing barrel given the two extractions. $70 ea Brian Cummins brian@gndwi.com 715-544-6551
  14. I have a very small amount of barrels for sale. Eight 12 year old Indiana Bourbon barrels at $6000 each OBO Ten 4-5 year old Indiana rye barrels at $5000 each OBO Twelve 2-3 year old Indiana rye barrels at $4000 each OBO. Shoot me a PM if interested.
  15. I have about 100 10g Barrel Mill barrels I'll be dumping soon up for sale at $100 each. They held bourbon for about one year. Once used, plenty of life in them. Located in NY. Email me at denningspoint@gmail.com Karl
  16. Recycled oak barrels (from the wine industry). French or American oak and toasted low, medium, medium high or strong. Upon request - Origin: Argentina Minimum order: 1 container 20" contact: cwilliams@gulatina.com
  17. Hello ADI community, I'm Wes Andrews, logged in here under my business name: Town Crier Copywriting. I'm a freelance writer and communications guy. I write the company blog for Trysk Print Solutions (trysk.com/blog). When I heard about this online forum, I thought it might be a good resource to solicit story ideas and comments. Don't worry, I won't be spamming you with blog posts, I'm here to learn more about distilling and to generate material. For example: This month we'll be writing about the recent boom in bourbon production. Has your distillery recently decided to make bourbon, or more bourbon? What's driving your decision-making? If you'd like to be quoted in our upcoming post, please leave a comment here! Or we can arrange a Skype interview if you'd like to chat in more detail. Thanks! -Wes Andrews towncriercopywriting.com
  18. Can we help you out? We have: 1. excess distilling capacity 2. access to new oak barrels in a variety of sizes 3. ability to produce fantastic whiskey, in custom mash bills or standard recipes We are looking for distilleries or brand owners that are wanting to either catch up or get ahead on their whiskey stocks by contracting with us to produce their bulk whiskey here in Middleton, Wisconsin. Our ideal customers are looking for anywhere from four to twelve barrels of whiskey a month on a standing "subscription" basis. We can produce on a regular schedule and either hold for truckload quantities or ship individual barrels when completed. Each batch will have mashing notes, grain tracking data, and arrive in a brand new, white oak barrels, charred or toasted to your specifications. Some of our customers have aged their whiskey from us in the past couple of years and are now winning awards for its taste and quality. Break the habit of working with the "you'll take what we make for you" bulk whiskey distilleries and enjoy being actively involved in the process of making a unique and high-quality spirit that will have much stronger marketing value. Organic certified bulk whiskey coming in 2016! We are anticipating that our capacity will be filled quickly with this announcement- please don't hesitate to contact us. We select customers based on many factors, not just the size of the order. Please contact Shane at shane@deathsdoorspirits.com for details and pricing. Please hold off on phone calls, we will answer emails promptly- promise. :-)
  19. Grape Spirit for sale, out of finished wines mostly from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscat, Zinfandel and Merlot just before the bottling. Very clean - premium quality perfect for Gin and other spirits production, Wine and Port fortification, preserving empty barrels, etc. Minimum 55-gal drum but a tanker truck quantities available. Fast coast to coast shipping . For pricing and more info please contact us at: dsp@creativealcohol.com Thank you. CAS
  20. Hello All We had a customer that had to back out of an order for 240 new 5 gallon whiskey barrels, due to not being able to get financing. This is 4 pallets of 60/ea MOQ 1 pallet Call in for pricing 800-201-7125 Richard or Nicky Thanks
  21. I have a variety of ages of Bourbon and Rye for Sale- most aging in 53 gallon barrels, various ages and prices Request current price list at orangedave@gmail.com Used 53 gallons barrels, only used once filled with Bourbon or Rye $150 per barrel, 4 barrel min.
  22. Our distillery has grown and with our newest still we have some extra capacity. We are currently offering the following new make barrels for sale, with these grain bills: 70% Corn, 23% Rye, 7% Malted Barley 70% Corn, 23% Wheat, 7% Malted Barley *** Custom Grain Bills are available for quantities of 10 or more.*** We are offering the standard grain bills at the following prices and quantities for purchase. Minimum order is 4 barrels. 4-10 barrels = $1200 10+ barrels = $1100 Custom Grain Bills = Price will be determined after discussing grain bill and quantity All Bourbon arrives to you in 53 gallon Char 4 ISC oak barrels. All orders require 50% deposit up front and 50% before shipment. Transfer in Bond paperwork and a valid DSP must be presented before we can ship barrels. If you do not have a DSP but are working on it we do have storage available. Stored barrels require 100% payment in full and will have a minimal storage fee each month. White Whiskey samples are available for the two standard grain bills listed above. All sample bottles are subject to a $10 freight fee (limit 1 per customer). Lead times are currently 8 weeks. Larger orders may require extra time. All pricing is FOB our distillery. Please contact Dave at the following email address with additional questions dave@bourbonmaker.com .
  23. In stock and available for immediate delivery: Age: 4 years 8 months (it was removed from barrels at 4yr 8 mo and is now in totes/tanks) Delivered in: 270 gallon totes (or smaller quantities if needed) Proof: 104.5 (subject to actual gauging) Estimated proof gallons per tote: 283 Current price per proof gallon: $95. Contact: Frankie Hibbs Strong Spirits, Inc. cs@strongspirits.com Tel: 502-249-1791
  24. Anyone interested in obtaining new ISC produced, white oak barrels, 53g RC, 4 month air dried wood, heavy toast & # 3 char? Barrels will be available August 22-24th, currently 90 barrels left Inbox me if interested
  25. Where to start? Been to a class, working on a business plan to secure an offer on a building. Not a lot of context to work with in Pennsylvania, especially in my great-lakes region. Every answer seems to raise two more questions. Trying to get legitimate pricing has been problematic at best. After some talking we were able to get rough numbers from still manufacturers, but bottles, labels and all those finer points are still elusive. Seems like the craft 'boom' has cause quite a backlog in the system and vendors are swamped getting through the inquiries. Local zoning put us 6 months behind by wasting our time with a bait and switch on approvals which wasn't too thrilling. There isn't a lot of context to work in within PA, which is a double edged sword. Hope to be on the cusp of the revolution, yet we're stuck blazing a new trail, which slows us down considerably. Happy to talk with anyone else in-state that is in/through the process. Let's make it PA Preferred!