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  1. Hello from Portland

    Hey, everyone! Just thought I would chime in and say hello. I founded Eastside Distilling here in Portland in 2008. Was the CEO and created all the brands and marketing until October 2014 when I sold the company. I stayed active and on the board until October 2016 and now work as a private consultant, writer, and spirits educator. Just posted some insight in the tasting room section and hope to share whatever I can to help the craft industry succeed. The 2018 ADI conference is here in Portland, so I hope to meet some of you in person!
  2. Jake Norris Consulting

    Hi Jake Norris here, I am available for consulting on your distillery project. I specialize in whiskey, but can help with distillery design, equipment selection, process flow, recipe development, marketing and most things distillery related. Please drop me an email and introduce yourself. DistillerJakeNorris@gmail.com Jake
  3. New Engineer from NY

    I am a business consultant with a PE in chemical engineering. I became interested in this industry after realizing that many of the code enforcement officers dealing with the many new, small distilleries have little or no background in dealing with this type of business.I put together a two-hour training program for them and will present it three times in NY by the end of March, 2017. I also will present a slight variation on it at the 2017 ADI Conference in April. I also have 40 years of experience dealing with facility design, construction, building codes, distillation, mixing, and much more. You can check me out at www.topsengineering.com or on Facebook. Have a safe and enjoyable day! Ross Topliff. PE
  4. Hello everyone, Happy Holidays from MA. My name is Evan, head distiller at Turkey Shore Distilleries in Ipswich MA. Over the past few years I have been contacted by several startup distillers from around the country. Many have just walked in the distillery doors looking for a tour and to see the operation in action. At Turkey Shore, there is always an open door policy. The reason why I started consulting was based upon a few guys wanting to open up a distillery here in MA. They had recieved a very vague quote from another consultant and they were not to impressed. These guys asked if I would give them a true and honest detailed quote. They accepted my bid and now have their DSP as of the begining of December, very exciting. The reason why I was hired by TSD other that being a I trustworthy friend, I hold a Bachelors in Science degree and was also a General Contractor for 10 years doing plumbing, electrical and finish carpentry work. Starting up a distillery involves all of those things. Anyone can sketch out plans on piece of paper but to be able to do sketch the plan and completing it is invaluable. These are some of the qualities and skills that lead me to become head distiller and operations manager at TSD. After dozens of future distillers contacting me, I was convinced I could truely help companies open up their business the correct way. Starting up a Craft Distillery is complicated and expensive if not set up correctly. I have read many posting on this website and can relate to most of the comments. This distilling world is exciting but the hype of being a distiller/ business owner takes one thing that most people do not have much of which is Patience. If you have that quality, your business will have a fighting chance. A good and realistic business plan and a honest budget are very important. Expect delays and plan on them happening , expect more money being spent than thought, but patience is the number one expense. With this great quality, many unnessary mistakes and wasting money will be avoided. This is where a Consultant is very valuable. A good Distillery Consultant will help your distillery avoid many mistakes from being made and help you make the correct decisions. If interested in recieving a true, honest consulting quote for your distillery, please don't be shy and contact me. I will respond to all inquries. Thank you for reading this and good luck. . 1A Distillery Consulting Evan Parker evan@1adistilling.com 978-500-2286 www.1adistilling.com
  5. Hello everyone,The Milk & Honey Distillery is seeking for a professional consultant for guidance establishing the first artisan whiskey distillery in the land of Israel. If you know one are one or can give a guiding hand finding one please Email me nir.gilat@mh-distillery.com Thanks and have a happy new year. Cheers Nir
  6. 2012 Distillery School at Downslope Distilling in Centennial, Colorado Distilling classes will be held on July 21-22 and August 11-12, 2012 We will continue to offer classes every month during 2012 We have had over 300 people attend our workshop from 30 US States and Canada http://www.downslopedistilling.com The two day classes will start at 9:00 AM MST and will cover: Distilling Vodka, Rum and Whiskey, Mashing, Gauging, Blending, Water Quality, Spirit Ageing and other topics you wish to discus. Once registered we will ask you to send a check for $350 to: Downslope Distilling, Inc. , 6770 South Dawson Cr., Ste. 400, Centennial, CO 80112 or call 303-693-4300 to charge by phone with Visa, Mastercard or American Express We are in the process of offering our ADVANCED CLASSES. These classes will be open to 4-5 people. The classes will cover MASHING/ENZYMES and all aspects of Distilling. The classes will be held on Fri to Sun and will be 9-10 hours/day. We will be mashing and distilling; .Please contact mitch@downslopedistilling.com Finally we are in the process of setting up a consulting firm which will help startups in every aspect of the business. Please contact mitch@downslopedistilling.com or call me direct at 303-693-4300
  7. I am looking to exchange my knowledge and experience for access to make my own product in a recently started DSP or rectifier. I have knowledge of making brown spirits and white both long term and short term aging and have made everything but tequila. The project is a short turn around product and would require minimal square footage. If interested please contact me at Junkcontact at gmail dot com.
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