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  1. Dear brothers and sisters in booze, Got a phone call today from a guy named Joe Leavy at ASCAP. The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) is a membership organization owned and run by more than 576,000 songwriters, composers, and music publisher members. With our annual music license, your business has permission to play any of the millions of songs in the ASCAP repertory - whether through an MP3 player or streaming service, karaoke, DJ or live band. To view our entire repertory online, please visit www.ascap.com/ace. My understanding from the brief conversation is that they are targeting craft breweries, wineries and distilleries since as they understand it, live or recorded music is generally part of the business model and enhances the tasting room experience. He is using the ADI Directory so I would expect a call or e-mail in the near future. Here are my questions: Has anyone had any experience with these folks? Is the annual licensing fee actually required? If I am playing the radio and listening to a local station (recorded music) is this still required? From the last conference I met several attorneys who are now attorney/distillers, love to hear from you on the legal ramifications.
  2. Does anyone know of any upcoming distilling conferences, seminars, events in the Los Angeles area?
  3. As many of you may know, there is an Independent Spirits Expo in Chicago on October 3rd. We are working with the folks at Few Spirits and Koval Distillery to create the first ever Craft Spirits Week in Chicago around the Expo, with cocktail dinners, spirit-specific tasting events, in-store tasting events, and a few other things. If you are planning to pour at the expo and want to spend some additional time here and participate in some events, or if you want to plan some of your own events that we can include in our schedule, please get in touch with us. You can send me a note through here, or go to our website and find my email (nortshoredistillery.com/contact.htm). Cheers. -Sonja Sonja Kassebaum North Shore Distillery, LLC
  4. We are going to once again offering our 1 day distilling course. During the day we will go through all the processes from grain to glass with a hands on approach. you will see the actual operations. Our last class had all of the participants feeling they gained a wealth of knowledge and what they most appreciated was actually seeing all the stages required not just hearing about them or seeing pictures. we have a comprehensive video presentation with a booklet of all the slide you will see. Our Equipment includes a 600 liter Holstein Still with 2 towers and a total of 21 plates. The course will be from 9 to 5. To cover everything, it has go for the full time. There is a pizza lunch provided. The course will center on vodka production but Whiskey will also discuseed as well as liqiours. the items that will be cover are., A very short history of distilling grain grinding grain cooking grain fermenting mash distilling determining heads , tails and hearts still maintaince and cleaning bottling maintaining TTb standards for alcohol proof TTB reporting Types of stills. Last time one of the student wrote us before the class questioning if we could do it all in one day after the class he said we we really did it! we are Virtuoso Distillers (you can find us at 18Vodka.com) 4211 Grape rd Mishawaka IN46545 574 876 4450 The cost of the one day class is $175.00 to hold a seat We have a planed maximum of 16 seats
  5. Many of you participated in the "Meet the Craft Distiller" at this summer's Tales of the Cocktail! If your marketing & distribution plan is to get into the Vancouver market place this is an excellent opportunity. ADI has partnered again with Tales of the Cocktail and offering this opportunity for ADI members only. Please feel free to contact me if I can assist in anyway...otherwise the pertinent info is listed below. Cheers, Leah Leah Hutchinson American Distilling Institute Conference Director Advertising & Marketing Director 502-299-0238 Leah@distilling.com www.distilling.com You are invited to participate in the Meet the Maker Event Presented by American Distilling Institute, Legacy Liquor Store and Tales of the Cocktail® This February Tales of the Cocktail returns to Vancouver, our “home away from home” for three days of seminars, tastings, special events and more, each featuring some of the biggest names in mixology from around the world. The much-heralded and long-awaited three-day “On Tour” celebration of cocktails and of the men and women who make and appreciate them is set for February 12-15, 2012. In 2011, the Vancouver Tales of the Cocktail On Tour. It looks like everyone’s coming back, and bringing their friends! This unique event provides extraordinary exposure to one of the most sophisticated and enthusiastic group of mixologists (and their followers) in Canada and the Pacific Northwest. And this year, in an exclusive offer for ADI members, ADI is teaming up with Legacy Liquor Store (the largest spirits emporium in the province) to facilitate delivery of spirits for a Craft Distiller Showcase on February 13th, from 2:00-3:30 at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel. The cost is $500. There are many great exposure opportunities (see details below), plus—for the first time—sampling opportunities throughout the week during prime times at the large Legacy Liquor retail store in downtown Vancouver. We only have 6 tables still available for Craft Distillers and once all those are filled up we cannot anymore tables. For those of you who attended the extravaganza in New Orleans, the response the ADI Craft Distillers reception met was phenomenal. We expect no less in Vancouver. Craft Distiller Showcase · Monday, February 13, 2012 · Time— 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm · Capacity—TBD (estimated 500 total) · Fairmont Pacific Rim, Star Sapphire Ballroom A/B See attached for the full sponsorship details and let us know if you would like to participate. We only have 6 tables still available so please let us know ASAP if you would like to participate as tables will be filled on a first come fist serve basis. Please respond to all if you are participating. Thank you, Christina Gaspari Tales of the Cocktail® Event Manager 538 Louisa Street New Orleans, LA 70117 Office: 504-948-0511 Cell: 214-797-7817 Fax: 504-948-0514 Christina@TalesoftheCocktail.com www.TalesoftheCocktail.com Follow me on Twitter cgaspari
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