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  1. Hi, I am looking to partner up with a winery or farm in the Ocean/Monmouth County area in NJ to place a small distillery on. Please contact me at rnorman918@gmail.com. Thank you. rick
  2. Hi all, I am starting distillery in Minnesota and hope to be up and running by the summer of 2018. I am wondering how distilleries are working with local farms and what it looks like to purchase raw grains from them. Specifically, I am wondering: 1. Are most of you working with one farm or several? 2. How often are you able to purchase grain from them and are there any seasonal restrictions, particularly in Minnesota? 3. What kind of prices are you getting per pound? I'm interested in using raw wheat, corn, and barley. 4. What other considerations should I be making that I am missing? I know this is a truly beginner question, so I appreciate any advice you have to offer. Thank you!
  3. Hello from the Palouse, My name is Allen Widman I farm small grains in the eastern portion of Washington state known as the Palouse. I am looking to connect with distillers directly to market my crops. Currently I have 425 ton of organic certified Triticale, 30 ton organic dark northern spring wheat, non gmo canola seed, conventional trit and a few legumes. I am also open for contracts for 2017. Attached is an ad I will be placing in up coming ADI publications. GOT_GRAIN email version.pdf
  4. I have a question. What is the difference between a farm distillery and just a normal distillery? is there a different application? are there different regulations?
  5. Description: Sourland Mountain Spirits is looking for a friendly, hard-working and dependable individual to serve as Head Distiller in our distillery. We are a start-up craft distillery located on a farm in beautiful Hopewell, NJ, focused on local ingredients and a farm to bottle concept. We are located about seven miles from downtown Princeton and 38 miles from Philadelphia. We are going to be installing our equipment in early fall 2016. We will begin with producing gin. In the future we will produce whisky, apple brandy, and eaux de vie. We are a start-up and would like for you to be a part of this exciting venture. Hours: Full-Time, 40 per week; weekend work Salary: $50,000-$65,000 Duties: Lead the distillation process in day to day operations (i.e. equipment cleaning, still operation, grain milling and mashing, and general maintenance of the facility.) Competencies: Applicant must be dependable, hardworking, professional, and dedicated to working safely. Applicant must be able to lift up to 50 lbs., have a Driver's License, and a clean driving record. Education/Experience: Requires high school diploma. College degree preferred. Experience in distilling/brewing (including home distilling/brewing). Experience in fermentation, yeast propagation, fractional distillation, and/or chemical analysis. Contact: Please e-mail your résumé and cover letter to our founder, Ray, at: ray@sourlandspirits.com
  6. Job Description: Craft Spirits Sales & Delivery Assistant Experience: Several years of sales experience, liquor/beverage sales preferred Pay: $15.00/hr. Tasks: Sales to local retail (NJ only) establishments (liquor stores, bars, restaurants, etc.), work with company founder to help sell and deliver our craft spirits. Summary: Sourland Mountain Spirits is looking for a candidate with some experience to help with our sales and delivery. We are a start-up craft distillery located in Hopewell, NJ. We are committed to local ingredients and we are proud to say that we are “New Jersey’s First Farm Distillery Since Prohibition.” Several years of sales experience is required. We would prefer if you have had experience in liquor/beverage sales. Your tasks will include selling our spirits to local liquor stores, bars, restaurants, etc. We will also need you to work on state-wide sales. We need a sales personality, who has knowledge of the product, makes great first impression and follows up to ensure customer satisfaction. Computer and internet savvy, a big plus. If interested, please send your resume to Kristen, kristen@sourlandspirits.com
  7. Hey All, I have a perfect location for a distillery or winery or both, located in Northwestern Indiana. The main building is 56x80 with 27' to the truss, you could easily add a second floor for distilling equipment and use the lower level for ageing. Easy access to well water (20'-25'), relaxed zoning, beautiful setting and landscape, can easily be made into a destination. I also have a smaller building that would make a great tasting room or office. There is room to expand as there is a second large building that could also be used. Ideally I would like to get a distiller in one and a winery in the other and truly make this a destination for any spirit lover. Lomax Station is a historical site once owned by the Erie Railroad situated on the Kankakee River. There is no historical registration for the site so there is no issue on usage, it is zoned commercial. https://plus.google.com/photos/101964292396921221802/albums/6116949714888548353
  8. If you live on Saskatchewan or Alberta and are interested in Starting up a distillery on our farm I too am interested, maybe we could get together on this and get it up and running. Detailed business plan written, land available, RM and city interested, looking for some partners, quotes done, building designed, just need some help.
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