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  1. So is anyone doing the following.... Making your own mash/wash but then adding to that mash bulk spirit from say MGP or ultra pure. Essentially re-Distilling theirs with yours. It would greatly increase our yields...but how do you label it? If you’re doing it, does COLA allow you to say ‘distilled by’ on the label?
  2. I'm Richard. Great to meet you all! The account was set up under our company name, but in any case I'm mainly here to chat and exchange ideas and guidance more than anything, since I'm personally as well as professionally passionate about spirits. In terms of my professional expertise, I'm particularly focused on all things wood - barrel ageing / finishing, new barrel coopering, used oak cask sourcing around the globe, innovations and use of "exotic" white oaks, spirit expressions in the context of marketing, etc. Hope to hear from you...
  3. NW Gin House

    Barrel Aged Gin For Sale

    Barrel Aged Gin For Sale! Gold medal winning barrel rested gin from Washington state craft distillery for sale. Western Dry style gin aged for 12-18 months in first fill European oak, ex chardonnay casks. Profile is dry with juniper, baking spice, rich citrus, mild oak, and light floral notes. We have approximately 700 proof gallons for immediate sale. This is a product we make regularly and will continue to have available. Cost is $14/proof gallon or $2.219/bottle at 80°.