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  1. Good morning everyone! I have a ton of hard red wheat that was grown for me by a local farmer/friend/neighbor that I will not be able to get through and would like to offer it up to other craft distillers. I don't have the exact variety in my memory (I can certainly get it if that's important to you) but the value of this wheat is that it is lower in protein (i.e. less foaming issues) than standard wheat that is sold on the market. It tested at 10.2% protein when we harvested, can/will test again for verification. This is in comparison to 14% protein which is what farmers target to not be
  2. Never been used before Flow-Scales. Bought back in 2016 and was never installed. This system consists of 3x Flow-Scales and can be used in association with a chain disk system, or any other type of grain feeding system. The purpose of the Flowscale is to accurately measure the weight of the desired grain. With the 3 you can set up a distinct scenario where you had 3 different varieties of grain to measure. FLOW SALES x3 (BAG STAND METERING) -5" FlowScale, Continuous Flow Weigh Auger, (Flow Rate 400-5500#/hr) -Proximity Sensor for inlet hopper and/or discharge plen
  3. please review bottom of post! Reference Doc below https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=TTB-2018-0007-0001 Notice No. 176: Modernization of the Labeling and Advertising Regulations for Wine, Distilled Spirits, and Malt Beverages 1. Subpart A—General Provisions Proposed subpart A includes several sections that have general applicability to part 5, including a revised definitions section, a section that defines the territorial extent of the regulations, sections that set forth to whom and to which products the regulations in part 5 apply, a section that identifies o
  4. I was wondering if anyone had some experience with distilling and mashing with 100% flaked grains. I'm trying to use a 100% flaked bill for ease of use but keep running into a thick pourage that I can't seem to process. Below is the procedure and ratios I'm using but getting stuck and hoping someone might be able to provide some insight... I'm mashing for Distilling. 30 pounds of grain – 100% flaked wheat .375 gallons water per pound of grain (1.5 qt / pound) Bring water to 142 and pH correct to 5.0 with citric acid Mix in BioGlucanase GP – about 4ml worth Mix in Grain Chec
  5. *****Edit: Thank you for your interest! I have found a new position.
  6. Need additional production capacity for your spirits brand? Planning to launch a new brand and want to lay down whiskey to age now? Looking to purchase high quality bulk whiskey from a more unique supplier or to have your custom mash bill recipe made for you? Southern Distilling Company offers custom contract distilling in our state-of-the-art, grain-to-glass craft distillery. Unlike the competition, we give you the opportunity to create a truly unique product in a collaborative production environment, at a competitive price point, with custom mash bill orders in quantities as low as 50 barrel
  7. On very important piece of equipment is a quality grain mill. This is a perfect mill for any operation. It is a CS Bell #2 with a new 7hp motor. 208/230 single phase. I have all screens from course to powder. The blower will move the grind to a separate location, like milling outside and dumping directly into the mash tun. Less work, more efficient. Works perfect and will last many, many years, the bearings are greaseable and all hammers are in place. $1200, FOB
  8. Hello from Maryland! We grow and supply grain to distilleries in MD. This is a certified organic farm growing corn, wheat and rye. We can mill any grain we grow. Currently selling wheat and Bloody Butcher corn. 2018 crops will include Red Fife Wheat, Brasetto Rye and these corn varieties: Boone County White, Bloody Butcher, Hickory King, Krug and Wapsie Valley. For the popcorn addicts we'll have Tom Thumb popcorn.
  9. Looking for any helpful tips or DIY equipment to separate liquid from a corn & malt mash. We have been doing this by hand using filter bags at about 3 gallons at a time but this is very inefficient and doesn't always work when doing a 50 gallon wash. Saw that King's County uses a machine that does solid/liquid separation very well but it costs about $25K, so that's not going to happen. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
  10. Hey Gang, Starting to put my head around the most efficient way to process my corn. Can save as much as $0.35/lb if I grind it myself... Questions: Best place to shop for one? Any brands or models to look for/ stay away from? Thanks in Advance! K J Wood Distillers. John
  11. Good morning, We have a bottom dumping grain hopper for sale. Fork-lift pick points, 45x48x48....great for mashing in, conveying stillage (cooled), and other tasks in a distillery. We used it for mashing in separate grains as needed. We upgraded our grain handling a while back and just don't have a need for this any longer. If you're interested, photos and pricing - http://butte.craigslist.org/grd/4916940034.html. Best, John
  12. Hi all, To date I have experimented with small batches but want to step up a notch and need recommendations on where to get grain and malt in the Nashville, TN area or as close as I can. Buying from craft beer stores has been fine up to now but far too expensive for large batches. Thanks in advance, Ray
  13. Selling one Buckhorn Seed Box that can hold 2500 lbs of grain. Please see the link below for a picture. These cost $799 new. Used it 10 times to forklift grain into our mash tun. Practically new... Decided to get a full auger system and have no use for it. Selling for $400. Call Dave with inquiries @ 614-357-1896 http://www.bulkcontainerexpress.com/buckhorn/BH574565-HB.html
  14. Hi, I like everyone else would like to start my own distillery. In am in the Oregon and Washington State area and I know WA requires a craft distillery to produce its product from at least 51% grain grown from within the state. Oregon doesn't have that requirement, but I would like to support local farmers, and the local economy, and purchase things like; corn, wheat, barley, rye, etc direct from local farmers in Oregon and/or Washington. What I can't find is an easy way to do this. Can anyone help? How do you buy things like corn or wheat from a local farmer? Where? Is there a co-o
  15. Hi, I like everyone else would like to start my own distillery. In am in the Oregon and Washington State area and I know WA requires a craft distillery to produce its product from at least 51% grain grown from within the state. Oregon doesn't have that requirement, but I would like to support local farmers, and the local economy, and purchase things like; corn, wheat, barley, rye, etc direct from local farmers in Oregon and/or Washington. What I can't find is an easy way to do this. Can anyone help? How do you buy things like corn or wheat from a local farmer? Where? Is there a co-o
  16. Hi, I like everyone else would like to start my own distillery. In am in the Oregon and Washington State area and I know WA requires a craft distillery to produce its product from at least 51% grain grown from within the state. Oregon doesn't have that requirement, but I would like to support local farmers, and the local economy, and purchase things like; corn, wheat, barley, rye, etc direct from local farmers in Oregon and/or Washington. What I can't find is an easy way to do this. Can anyone help? How do you buy things like corn or wheat from a local farmer? Where? Is there a co-o
  17. Since the EU has very strict GMO regulations, are there issues with using genetically modified grains with spirits you plan on selling overseas?
  18. Hi Guys, I'm currently researching ways that we can deal with solids for making whiskey in our still. To start and to keep our initial equipment costs down we are looking at getting a microbrewer friend of mine to custom make our wort for us. Eventually though we would like to do it ourselves and I'd like to know how other people are dealing with this. I would really like to ferment on the grain if possible and separate after. Production wise we're looking at 300-600 gallon batches once per day. Agitation does not seem possible because of the shape of our still aside from dragging a chai
  19. Howdy, What are the distillers and brewers on this forum using to check the quality of the cereal being delivered to their establishment? Is anyone using a spectrophotometer? If so, any recommendations? If not, what are you using to check your grain deliveries' moisture content, and if any, insect/rodent infestation? Perhaps the scale at which a distillery operates is a function of how an operation inspects their deliveries, but I care not of your scale (small or large). Simply share your inspection techniques and equipment! Much obliged, iknownot
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