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  1. ALERT! Impending U.S. Government Shutdown could affect access to TTB website Due to the possible impending government shutdown you may have read about in the news, it is possible that access to TTB’s website could be severely restricted or cut off for DSPs while the shutdown is in effect. Therefore, if you need copies of your permits, registrations, formulas, COLAs or other documents that reside on the TTB system, it is advised that distilleries log on and download those items today! Link to TTB Shutdown Plan: https://www.treasury.gov/SitePolicies/Documents/TTB-Shutdown-Plan-12062017.pdf
  2. Calling all Canadian Distillers... We are using ADI as a great chance to meet for a drink and get to know each other. With such a big country and so few of us it doesn't happen too often. http://evite.me/uqMzYJvuDh All are welcome and feel free to invite anyone you know in the Canadian Distilling space! Cheers and see you all at ADI!
  3. The Chicago Independent Spirits Expo is back for a 6th Year and we are offering an early registration discount to all brands that sign up before August 1st! Every year this event grows bigger with the growth of the artisanal and independent spirits community throughout the world (The USA, Canada, Ireland, England, Scotland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, France, Russia, Holland, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Japan, India, New Zealand, Australia, etc.) and the ever-expanding interest in artisanal spirits among both the drinks industry as well as consumers. The CISE brings in 1200 attendees annually, with over 90% of them being bartenders, bar owners, F&B Managers, retailers, distributors, drink media and other members of the spirits industry. Last year’s event saw over 130 exhibitors sampling out a variety of spirits – vodka, gin, rum, tequila, mescal, whiskey, vermouth, liqueurs, mixers, etc. – from all around the world! This year the event will be held: Date: Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 Time: 4:30PM - 9:00Pm Venue: The Chicago Hilton Hotel & Towers Address: 720 South Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL. Neighborhood: The Loop/Downtown Business District Intersection: Michigan Ave. & Balbo Ave. Returning for its 6th year is the The 2016 CISE Industry Round Table Discussion Panel! An esteemed group of professionals from various levels of the drink business discussing the key topics of the day facing the spirits industry. Scheduled Panelists include: Special Guest Moderator: Emily Pennington Hood - Editor at Wine & Spirits Daily Monique Huston – Distributor, Winebow Brett Pontoni – Retailer, Binny’s Beverage Depot Toby Beall – Distiller, Tailwinds Distillery Paul Hletko – Distiller, FEW Spirits Matt Blaum – Distiller, Blaum Bros. Distillery Bill Welter – Distiller, Journeyman Distillery Scott Winters – Importer, American Spirits Exchange Dave Schmier - Brand Owner Danny Shapiro – Mixologist/Bar Owner, Scofflaw, Slippery Slope Winston Edwards - Brand Ambassador, Balcones Aaron Zacharias - Bar Owner, Fountainhead Chicago Brian Christensen – Editor of Artisan Spirits Magazine Registration Information Suppliers - The cost of Early Registration is $500.00 until August 1st. This includes: Your branding on most ISE materials Approx. 4’/6’™ table Linens Two Hundred 3 oz. sampling cups Dump bucket Ice Ice Bucket Four ¼ oz. Pourers 2 supplier rep tickets 2 consumer tickets 4 trade/press tickets List of hotel recommendations/Price breaks Early Registration First time Exhibitors - $600.00 ($500.00 if registering before August 1st.) Returning Exhibitors - $350.00 ($275.00 if registering before August 1st.) Email/Mail – Request a registration form to pay directly with check or credit card. Please state if you are a Returning Exhibitor or a New Exhibitor. Returning Exhibitor ~ Please inquire about your discount code. Online Registration ~ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-chicago-indies-spirits-expo-exhibitor-registration-tickets-23597446598 Tickets are now on sale ~ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-chicago-indie-spirits-expo-tickets-24260637219 Chicago Independent Spirits Expo Contacts For any and all questions concerning the Chicago Independent Spirits Expo, please reach out to: Registration & Fees Dave Schmier Executive Producer Distilled Events indiespiritsexpo@gmail.com Local Logistics/Registration Martin C. Duffy Producer/Logistics Manager - Chicago Distilled Events martinipromotion@aol.com Your brand needs to be distributed by a licensed wholesaler in the state of Illinois in order to legally sample your product. If you do not have distribution in Illinois, please contact us for references. Hope to see you in September! Glencairn Whisky Glass ~ A proud sponsor of the 2016 Chicago Independent Spirits Expo ~ http://www.glencairn.co.uk/ The Chicago Independent Spirits Expo is a 21 year & older event. A valid photo I.D. is required. Please Drink Responsibly. Do Not Drink & Drive. Visit www.indiespiritsexpo.com for a list of other regional events taking place throughout the year.
  4. Ginto is looking for American Gins

    Hello everyone, We're the Ginto, Gin&Tonic app, and we are looking for new US distilled gins to add into our app. Let me give you an introduction to Ginto first. Ginto was launched on World Gin Day in 2015. The idea was born by combining our passion for both gin and app-development and the rise of gin(and tonic) in Belgium, our country. The gin industry is booming and consumers meet new gins almost every week. With such a broad and diversified range of gins it's not always easy to know what is what. We wanted to help by creating Ginto. Ginto app allows its users to browse through an extensive overview of gin brands. Currently we feature over 600 brands of gin from around the world. When published in the app our users can give a rating to the gins they have tasted, they can keep track of this by the lists we provide them: My tasted list, - My collection and the wishlist. Every brand of gin is featured with a description, a summary of the used botanicals and a matching tonic. We also have a collaboration with a few, well respected, Gin-bloggers who provide recipes. Future updates will be focusing on social features and a more extensive rating system. Today the app is available on both Android and iOS. With users joining everyday Ginto app currently has over 40.000 users and is becoming the digital landmark on Gin. How to get your Gin into Ginto? Our goal is to feature all gin brands worldwide. Of course this is a large task since currently we have over 1300 gins but with new gins being launched every week and many gins which we haven't discovered yet this will be an ongoing task. To speed up the process we recommend Gin distillers to provide us the information which we will publish into the app afterwards. What do we need to know? - Short description of your gin (generally what's on the website - around 300 words) - Ingredients used - botanicals - Serving tips (optional) - Matching tonics - Picture in good quality of the bottle in a frontal perspective with a white or transparent background. - Cover photo (optional) If you have more questions don't hesitate to contact us. Here, on facebook.com/gintoapp or info@gintoapp.com Cheers!
  5. Hey guys, Over the next few weeks I'll be getting in a bunch of new products, so I thought I would share it with you guys. I know it's risky with the unsavoury nature of this post,but, you deserve to know where DYE is heading, and let me assure you all it's always forward. Early this week I'm expecting a shipment of 3 finished distillers(1500L--DYE III--for making all kinds of spirits, 1000L--DYE II--for making gin/whiskey, 100gallon--DYE III--for making all kinds of spirits).Pics are attached FYI in our Galary. Another new products are coming too.They are 5000L--DYE I--for making whiskey/brandy/rum, 1300L--DYE III--for making all kinds of spirits,500L--DYE III--vodka/whiskey/gin,100gallon-- DYE III--for making all kinds of spirits. Semi-finished pics are attached FYI in our Galary,and the finished pics are expected to come in the middle of Oct. I apologize for the non photoshopped images, but it might give you a true idea of what we are. Will keep you updated with the progress and you are highly welcomed to share any of your idea with us. Penny/sales manager pennyjiang@zjdayu.com
  6. Good morning all. It's nice to have finally found these forums.I think you guys are going to be a great resource. My partner and I have recently secured funding and started a business and we would like to have our own brand of Vodka. In time we would like to distill ourselves, but to get the ball rolling our plan is to work with a Distiller here in the US. We know of only a handful of large distilleries.Can any of you make any suggestions who else we might want to research? Bottle design and production - Do you know of anyone that you would reccomend? The design is not going to be simple and standard. One last thing, thats always bugged me... If there are so many distillers here in the US and Vodka is one of the less complicated spirits to produce, then why do so many companies go to eastern Europe? Is it because they have so much more experience making Vodka? Is it the cost? Is it the the availability of resources? Thanks for the help, look forward to hearing from you.