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  1. Hi all, Currently working as a Master Distiller overlooking all operations in a rather big grain to glass distillery (vodka, gin, whisky, etc). I am looking for the right partner/investor to create 2 brands (to start with) as a distributor company. The point is to have no building and no equipment! I find there are already too many distilleries and some of them are struggling reaching ends but there is still a lot of room for new products so we might as well all work together. And plus I'm no fit to work between walls, I need to be out there talking to people and showing my product! I have 2 brands with a huge worldwide potential, have the bottlers on the East coast and West coast and all suppliers, all is left to do is the branding and finishing my recipes well under way. I have extended experience in entrepreneurship and in the spirit industry (sales, distilling, consulting ...) Maybe someone with cash and no time/knowledge or someone with experience in marketing strategies/sales/distribution or someone living on the East coast with plenty of time and sales skills... the most important thing to me is vision and passion. I'm looking to relocate to the US West coast but am in no rush and don't NEED a partner. I give myself 1 year to make the move but am open to speed up the process with the right partner! I'm a free spirited person with a big work ethic and very hardworking. I'm a Canadian citizen.
  2. Our Sonoma County, California based craft distillery is looking for investors to take our business to the next level. We are located in the heart of the wine country with an established, well-followed brand. We have shown sales growth every year. We are looking for strategic partners/investors for increasing our sales team and for a potential relocation. Further details can be obtained through request. Thank you.
  3. Financing for Start-Up

    Hi all, I've reached out to a bunch of financing companies at this point now and haven't had much luck in getting the loan support I need to get my business up and running. I have talked to GE Capital, Brewery Finance, and a few local banks, but they all require that I have been in business for at least a year in order to be willing to provide a loan. Do any of you have experience in working with lenders in the early stages of your business and can you offer any advice? I've already gone to friends and family and am looking for loans to cover the rest of my start-up needs. Thanks!
  4. We are a niche oriented Vodka brand, located in Europe. We are working on US expansion and would be interested in finding a partner who is already familiar with US market. We target the very high end of Vodka market with our current collection and are among the most exclusive. We are also working on more mass market collection as well which we would be interested in distributing nation wide. If there is someone interested in learning more, please contact send me a message and I’ll be happy to discuss further. Thank you!
  5. Pirate’s Key Distillery and Brewpub is searching for the right operating partner to help open an exciting, new venture. We will be a primarily a craft rum distillery and locals favorite brewpub in a tropical, island environment. Sales & Marketing will be focused on a fun and entertaining atmosphere based on popularity of island culture and pirate folklore. The ideal candidate will have the follow qualifications: - Be an investing partner with part ownership - 3-5 years minimum of craft beverage experience - Positive, energetic attitude willing to work hard and play hard - Have a clean background - Be able to run all operations of a distillery, brewery, pub and retail shop - Willingness and preference to move to a tropical island - Self starter - Great communication skills - High level of responsibility - Be willing to travel when necessary - Love to experiment, tinker and create - Be computer literate and social media savvy - Strong desire to have their dream career of living in the islands making beer and rum (or to grow up and be a pirate…) Those interested can personal message me or email me: chucknowicki@yahoo.com. Business plan, location and other information will be made available after signing a non-disclosure agreement. I will be in San Diego for the conference in April. I'd be happy to meet with interested parties who are also attending. Cheers! ~Freshie
  6. A client of mine sent me this article today from yesterday's NY Times. I'm often asked about options for raising capital for breweries/distilleries so I thought I would pass it along to the group. It is a short article about direct to the public offerrings and an easy read. Could be a consideration for breweries or distilleries looking for $1 - $5 million in capital. Not a simple process but far less complicated/costly than an IPO and could allow companies to reach beyond angels, 'friends & family', and wealthy private placement type individuals. Here is the link: http://www.nytimes.c....=smallbusiness Best, Rich LINDSAY CPA LLC http://lindsayllc.com
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