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  1. There was never a clear document or direction on what do with the heads distillate. From the obvious re-distillation which in my opinion doesn't produce good results, to burning and disposing of them. Skofis in his 1987 manuscript mentions the work of Dr. Guymon's use of fermentation to re-purpose heads, I summarized my findings and experiment at a recent blog post. https://blog.dropbit.io/2018/09/25/re-purposing-heads-into-usable-alcohol/
  2. *****Edit: Thank you for your interest! I have found a new position.
  3. I would like to notify you of new opportunities we have opening up here at Grand Traverse Distillery in terms of whiskey production. Located in Traverse City we have been distilling Michigan grown grains since January of 2007. Starting with rye vodka we then expanded the line to include a variety of vodka products, whiskey, gin and rum. The past four years we have invested heavily in whiskey production, (100% straight rye whiskey and bourbon). Our Ole George 100% Straight Rye Whiskey is all rye, no corn or malted barley in the mash bill and has been awarded many top metals and best of category several years at the annual ADI meeting. Our current operation can supply all our clear spirit needs and we can put up around 200 53-gallon barrels of whiskey per year. In 2018 we have a new 2,500L whiskey still coming in from Holstein. This still can increase our production of whiskey well beyond our needs at this time and if we pick up five more fermentation tanks we would be able to distill around 600 53-gallon barrels per year. We have local farms that can supply our current and future grain requirements and with a local malting house only three miles from our distillery malted barley and malted rye needs are taken care of. What’s the bottom line? In 2018 and into the near future we have excess capacity for whiskey production. Are there distilleries that would be interested in contract whiskey distillation? If so let’s talk and see if we can help you increase your craft whiskey inventories. Just last fall we acquired an additional 5,000sf of barrel storage. Currently, we are aging over 650 barrels of whiskey and have room to age your spirit. If you choose we can also help your operation with aged product along with custom whiskey production. The advantage in doing this is you can have today the same spirit that in going into your new barrels. You are welcome to develop your own mash bill. Please contact me if you are interested in discussing possibilities. Kent Rabish KR@GrandTraverseDistillery.com
  4. ozgur

    Bourbon distilling cuts % abv

    I use pot still to make distillation . Head finished 83%, hearts 79% end. How could you get lower degree than I collected by using flute still. I dont get it, could you answer me... My Calculation cuts: %14 head, %65 hearts ex:7:25 chapter: Thanks...
  5. Wanted to introduce myself. I have been working in the Spirits industry for 5 years and have a deep understanding of sensory analysis. I have helped to formulate and blend award winning whiskeys over the years and have learned from some of the masters. I have been honored to judge ACSA and am looking to expand to additional opportunities. Love to help and share my knowledge, looking forward to meeting everyone and learning more.
  6. Liquid Gold

    Distillery Team Member- Chicago

    CH Distillery in Chicago, Illinois is hiring a Distillery Team Member ASAP. Our product portfolio includes vodka, gin, bourbon, rum, and several liqueurs. Responsibilities may include every aspect of operations from milling, mashing, fermentation, and distillation to inventory management, bottling, labeling, and preparing and receiving shipments. This is a full-time, hourly position. Some flexibility of schedule is required such as evening shifts and, less frequently, weekend shifts. Applicants must have industry experience (distillery, brewery, or winery experience). Please send resumes/interest to Katie at kcote@chdistillery.com
  7. Liquid Gold

    Distillery Team Member- Chicago

    CH Distillery in Chicago, Illinois is hiring a Distillery Team Member ASAP. Our product portfolio includes vodka, gin, bourbon, rum, and several liqueurs. Responsibilities may include every aspect of operations from milling, mashing, fermentation, and distillation to inventory management, bottling, labeling, and preparing and receiving shipments. This is a full-time, hourly position. Some flexibility of schedule is required such as evening shifts and, less frequently, weekend shifts. Applicants must have industry experience (distillery, brewery, or winery experience). Please send resumes/interest to Katie at kcote@chdistillery.com
  8. PA_JoeDistiller

    Frozen Cane Juice

    So I would love to make an agricole style rhum, but know that cane juice is basically only stable for a few hours, with all the agricole producers essentially situated on cane plantations. That being said I feel like I have heard of frozen cane juice, and was wondering if anyone knew if it was viable to get a shipment of cane juice essentially flash frozen at the source, which could then be quickly melted down and pitched for a fermentation? On a similar vein, is it possible to get a shipment of cane itself and press it in house for the juice? (Though that sounds like more trouble then it's worth)
  9. Prospero Equipment is now offer stills in the United States and Canada. Some past installations and pictures we have done can be found on our website as well some sample pictures are attached. Please feel free to call or email for more information or interest! Stills are made in Italy by Barison Corporation. All parts, service and warranties are covered through Prospero here in the United States. LINK TO PICTURE GALLERY: http://www.prosperoequipment.com/gallery/pictures/distilleries -- Matt DiDonato Prospero Equipment Corp. Phone: (914) 769-6252 Fax: (914) 769-6786 E-mail: mdidonato@prosperocorp.biz Website: www.prosperocorp.biz Please visit www.prosperocorp.biz for the Prospero home page and catalog download.
  10. Prospero Equipment is now offer stills in the United States and Canada. Some past installations and pictures we have done can be found on our website. Please feel free to call or email for more information or interest. Stills are made in Italy by Barison Corporation. All parts, service and warranties are covered through Prospero here in the United States. LINK TO PICTURE GALLERY: http://www.prosperoequipment.com/gallery/pictures/distilleries -- Matt DiDonato Prospero Equipment Corp. Phone: (914) 769-6252 Fax: (914) 769-6786 E-mail: mdidonato@prosperocorp.biz Website: www.prosperocorp.biz Please visit www.prosperocorp.biz for the Prospero home page and catalog download.
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