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Nordeast Spirits

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    Quality Spirits, running, kickboxing, skateboarding. Anything fun!

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  1. Sorry. That Bourbon sold fast. I’ll have more i. About 2 years though...
  2. Didn’t really get any answers. I’m still aging and bottling in the original dsp. I didn’t have the time or money to apply for my own dsp. Thinking about doing something more affordable outside of the city.
  3. Right? Can’t believe my Bourbon is over 3 years now. We’ll be hitting 4 years within the year. Rye is next but nervous about the mash bill. I’m gonna go for the higher wheat! cheers!!!
  4. Thinking about making a wheated Straight Rye. Been doing some research and haven’t found much info. Having great success with my wheated Bourbon, is anyone doing a high wheat Rye?
  5. MGL. I’m not sure on the math, I have extra bourbon sitting around and I’d like to make some money on it so I can set down more bourbon and some rye. The price is what it is and you’re welcome to make an offer if you’d like some. I really think this is a high quality product that you won’t find everywhere, I’ve been sending samples out all week My distributer pays over double that right now so there’s no real need to lower the price too much, but thanks for the input. yours, Austin
  6. Good idea! Barrels were filled at 120 proof. The oldest is around 122 proof right now. I like it best at 90 proof!
  7. Here is what I have left available to sell. Get some stock for the holiday season!!! 10 Barrels barreled March 2015 - $3500ea 15 Barrels barreled October 2015 - $3200ea 15 Barrels barreled March 2016 - $3000ea 15 Barrels barreled October 2016 - $3000ea Prices do not include shipping. Ships from western WI. Must have a DSP to transfer barrels. The whiskey is high quality hand made in small batches and aged in 53 Gallon barrels, 4 grain mash bill with high wheat, very smooth. Let me know what you need, no time wasters please!!! Thanks, Austin
  8. Hi there, I have 10 barrels of straight Bourbon that I am willing to pass on. Prefer someone to buy them all together. Aged in 53 Gallon Barrels. 4 grain Bourbon, corn, wheat, rye and malted barley. Grain bill will be included in sale. This is a high wheat Bourbon, nice and smooth. If you have any questions please PM me. Must have a DSP to do transfer. Located in western Wisconsin. $3000 per barrel. Aged 2 years. Cheers!
  9. Hi there, So I have created my upc barcode for my bottle and my ITF 14 code for the case. Is there any way to test them before I print them? I'm about to print 1000 cases and want to make sure they're correct. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers!
  10. Hi there, Looking for a little help here. I'm using GS1 to create barcodes for my products. I have created upc for the bottles but can't for the life of me figure out how to create a ITF-14 barcode for the case. I'm sure there is something simple that I'm missing but it's driving me crazy. Any help from someone also using GS1 would be appreciated. Cheers!
  11. I've been quoted $0.39 per stopper with bkack wooden top for 1000 units. Is that too much? Or around average for this amount? Any input appreciated. Cheers!
  12. So I've been contract distilling with a DSP for a couple of years. Aging bourbon onsite at the DSP in 53 Gallon Barrels, using their equipment every 6 months to make a new batch. The time has now come to get my own space and DSP so I can warehouse the barrels, blend and bottle the Bourbon. Looking for any help or advice from others that have gone through a similar situation or have more knowledge than I do on the subject and laws etc. Anything would be appreciated. I understand, even though I will not be distilling, for now onsite I will still have to apply for a DSP. The space that I am looking at will be a shared space with a brewery, I am interested to know if there will be any problems with this. I know of a couple of breweries in town that also do distilling and they just have to rope off the distilling space from the brewery space. The brewery currently use the space for aging beer and storage as an expansion of premises from their brewery at a different location. So I would like to start with a couple of questions. If I go ahead with the space can I just start the application process for a DSP right away? Would I have to get the space bonded and insured first? What else should I be looking out for? Again the space will be only used to age, blend and bottle. Any help would be appreciated to point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance and Cheers from Minneapolis
  13. OK. Lot's of good info here. Thanks everyone. Looks like a forklift is the way to go, as I thought. I'll keep looking for ways to cheat it but I'll be adding it to the budget for now. Cheers!
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