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  1. We have the following aged spirits available for purchase. All spirits listed have been produced by me on a 60 gallon pot still. All barrels have been aged in house. All the barrels came from a Black Swan Cooperage. They are a mix of 23 gallon honeycomb and BS standard barrels with a #3 char. Bourbon and Rye barrels were filled at 120 proof. Product will be shipped at barrel proof. Tanks and shipping will be calculated at time of shipping. All pricing is spirit sold without barrels. Barrels can be shipped for an additional cost. Bourbon - 80% Corn, 10% Wheat, and 10% Malted Barley 7 months old – 130 Gallons at 120 est. proof 26.00 per gallon 1 Year plus – 630 Gallons at 123 est. proof 32.50 per gallon 2 Year plus – 700 Gallons at 125 est. proof 43.50 per gallon 3 Year plus - 175 Gallons at 128 est. proof 56.50 per gallon Rye Whiskey – 90% rye and 10% Malted Barley 1 Year plus – 230 Gallons at 123 est. proof 40.00 per gallon 2 Years plus – 115 Gallons at 125 est. proof 56.50 per gallon Malt Whiskey – 100% Malted Barley Filled at 100 proof 1 Year Plus – 200 Gallons at 105 est. proof 56.50 per gallon Aged Corn Whiskey – 80% Corn, 10% Wheat, and 10% Malted Barley. Aged in single use bourbon barrels filled at 100 proof. 1 Year plus – 330 gallons at 105 est. proof 17.00 per gallon 2 Year plus – 80 Gallons at 110 est. proof 20.00 per gallon If you have any question please contact me. Jesse Williams 217-521-6670 jesse.williams@jkwilliamsdistilling.com
  2. Limited Seats Left! The 2018 Craft Malt Conference will take place February 3rd and 4th, 2018, in Asheville, North Carolina at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. Registration is $400 for Craft Maltsters Guild members and $450 for non-members. Registration fee includes access to all workshops, meals, and beer. Register here. Registration is limited to 125 attendees. Educational Sessions Include: Choosing the best malting equipment for your needs Learning how to properly handle and store your raw materials Accounting for distillers Developing effective marketing and social media plans New and developing agronomy and seed research in the Mid-Atlantic The science of distilling and whiskey sensory techniques Distiller requirements for craft malt Malt sensory techniques Visit http://craftmalting.com/2018-craft-malt-conference/ for more information and to register
  3. Early Bird Registration Open Through December 15! The 2018 Craft Malt Conference will take place February 3rd and 4th, 2018, in Asheville, North Carolina. Early bird registration is open through December 15, 2017. Early bird registration is $350 for Craft Maltsters Guild members and $400 for non-members. Registration fee includes access to all workshops, meals, and beer. Register here. Registration is limited to 125 attendees. What can you expect to get out of the conference? An overview of the current state of craft malt, including malting technology, handling and storage, marketing, and agriculture in the Mid-Atlantic Useful information you can use in areas such as equipment, social media, digital marketing, brewing, and distilling Sensory training designed to increase awareness of diverse craft malt flavors Participation in the Craft Maltsters Guild Annual Meeting Networking opportunities during session, meals, trade show, and events Breakfast and lunch both days of the conference included in the conference price Educational Sessions Include: Choosing the best malting equipment for your needs Learning how to properly handle and store your raw materials Accounting for distillers Developing effective marketing and social media plans New and developing agronomy and seed research in the Mid-Atlantic The science of distilling and whiskey sensory techniques Distiller requirements for craft malt Malt sensory techniques Visit http://craftmalting.com/2018-craft-malt-conference/ for more information and to register
  4. junglejimmy

    Malted Wheat or Enzymes

    So i've been experimenting with malted wheat and enzymes when added to flaked wheat to make Vodka. Novozymes AMG glucoamylase and Fungamyl Q alpha amylase in particular. I am trying to maximum conversion efficiency and I feel like the malt used in conjunction with the enzymes achieves the best result. Just wondering if the intended use of the enzymes is to always use them in conjunction with the malts to maximize efficiency or are they intended to be used in the absence of malts?
  5. I have 1,000 bushel of 6 row spring barley for sale , I can have it malted or not. It is less than 1 ppm vom it is carry over from 2016 crop New York Crop
  6. BigRed

    Malt Varieties and Location

    Has anyone experimented with different malt varieties for whiskey? What flavor profiles are like using North American 2-row vs. English or German 2-row for example. Also, how does changing from a Pale Ale to Munich ...etc change a single malt? What is the most common used in Scotch and Japanese Single Malt?
  7. We recently completed our annual production run and were left with some surplus malt that we'd like to sell on. Malted barley is California grown 2 row Copeland Barley in a combination of 4x 50lb Bags and 1 Super Sack containing 653lbs. Malt is pre-ground. Prices are as follows: Malt - $0.25 per LB (853 lbs Available) 653lb in Super Sack, 200 lbs in 50 lb sacks All grain is FOB at the facility in Atwater, CA 95301 Email Indianhillwhiskey@gmail.com if interested.
  8. PilotMaltHouse

    Barley Overstock

    We have an overstock of high quality 2 row malting barley available. Asking $0.12/lb in totes. Volume discounts available. Also have malt and other grain as well. Please contact mike at pilotmalthouse.com Thanks!
  9. Stumpy's

    Grain Conveyor

    Just bought this reconditioned paddle conveyor last week and found out it is going to be a little to short for my needs.It can be used on any angle from 0-90 (horizontal to vertical) and has a 5" auger at the bottom that feeds it. The drive pulley is at the top (no motor included). Conveyor is made of rubber paddles attached to chain. That same chain also drives the feed auger at the bottom. 10' overall height with a 9'6" discharge. Everything turns free by hand. $250 OBO. Please feel free to email adam.stumpf@stumpysspirits (dot) com for more information.Thanks,Adam
  10. Overstocked/mis-ordered Malted White Wheat by Rahr Malt for sale. 2000 pallets of 50 pound bags. $15.00 per bag. Will accept partial orders. Located Clifton, New Jersey area. Contact Joey at 973-390-4016 (cell) for further information/questions.
  11. Pachasius

    Vodka mash separation

    Hello guys and girls, I was wondering how you seperate your wheat grains after mashing from your wort? We tried a sieve plate but it kept cloging up and was dead slow. Tried replacing half the malted wheat with malted barley but that wasn't giving us the flavour profile we were looking for. Tried rice hulls but they are quiet expensive over here. Any good ideas exept a liquid solid seperator? Cheers!
  12. kbcdistillingcompany

    Malt and Grain for Sale

    Hello, we had been experimenting with a recipe on a small scale and bumped it to large for production and it did not turn out so we have an excess of grain here we are not using. I would say we have roughly 750 pounds of red wheat in a large super tote and we have 1600 pounds of malted barley, that is bagged in 50 pound sacks, which is 32 sacks. We would like to get rid of it, and would sell it off at .30 cents a pound. Serious inquiries only, for more information contact kbcdistillingcompany@gmail.com.
  13. Guys, i was looking for some guidance on bulk pricing of raw materials. i know location matters, but if you can give local pricing ranges that would be great again i thank you for your help what should i expect for the following - just trying to understand what i should pay so that i can negotiate the prices -Bulk Molasses (any type) -None GMO corn (dent corn) -sugar (any type) -2 row Malt -rye -wheat I thank you again for you help here
  14. Can we help you out? We have: 1. excess distilling capacity 2. access to new oak barrels in a variety of sizes 3. ability to produce fantastic whiskey, in custom mash bills or standard recipes We are looking for distilleries or brand owners that are wanting to either catch up or get ahead on their whiskey stocks by contracting with us to produce their bulk whiskey here in Middleton, Wisconsin. Our ideal customers are looking for anywhere from four to twelve barrels of whiskey a month on a standing "subscription" basis. We can produce on a regular schedule and either hold for truckload quantities or ship individual barrels when completed. Each batch will have mashing notes, grain tracking data, and arrive in a brand new, white oak barrels, charred or toasted to your specifications. Some of our customers have aged their whiskey from us in the past couple of years and are now winning awards for its taste and quality. Break the habit of working with the "you'll take what we make for you" bulk whiskey distilleries and enjoy being actively involved in the process of making a unique and high-quality spirit that will have much stronger marketing value. Organic certified bulk whiskey coming in 2016! We are anticipating that our capacity will be filled quickly with this announcement- please don't hesitate to contact us. We select customers based on many factors, not just the size of the order. Please contact Shane at shane@deathsdoorspirits.com for details and pricing. Please hold off on phone calls, we will answer emails promptly- promise. :-)
  15. 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
  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-op or certain place/website I can go to to do this? Thank you for your time! John
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