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  1. There seems to be a lot of opinion around this, so we thought we would open ourselves to your abuse. Perhaps this way our other posts can be consider on their own merit. Fire away.
  2. Micro 26G (100L) Setup

    This is the beginning, and I know I will outgrow this setup very quickly because using 26G means if I use a reflux tower I wont be able to expect more than 3.25G (12.3L) at 160 proof a run (if I am lucky). When I am bottling at .75L thats roughly 16 Bottles. 16 Bottles a week. That’s not going to be enough to be sustainable, and too much work. I may buy a second fermenter and then I can get up to around 30 bottles a week (I have a day job so weekends only). But in terms of investment its pretty low risk and if I can grow this will become my experimental rig. This to me is the absolute minimum you can have to start, while also doing it right. Stainless makes it easy to clean and keeps the whole thing simple to maintain and connect using tri-clamps. I would love to get your feedback on any of this equipment, or if I can do better for less money. I also comment at length on my blog. http://rootsdistillery.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/micro-26g-setup/ Mash Tun STOUT MT30TW-RF (475) 30 Gallon Mash Tun with Thermowell, Thermometer and Recirculating Fitting Price: $589.00 Fermentor STOUT CF27TW-WH (245) 27 Gallon Conical Fermenter with Thermowell and Wheels Price: $859.00 Boiler Moonshine Distiller 26 gallon stainless steel milk can distilling boiler with a 4″ tri-clamp connection. Price: $479.99 Distillation Moonshine Distiller 4″ 4 Plate Modular Copper Bubble Plate Still Tower. Price: $1299.99 Distillation Heat Source 220v 30 amp SSR Controller w/ 5500 watt heating element. Price $350.00 Mashing Heat Source Bayou Classic Single Burner Patio Stove. Price: $47.99 Reverse Osmosis GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System Model # GXRM10RBL Price: $149.99 Liquid Storage (8) 55 Gallon Blue Plastic Barrels FOOD GRADE, NEW & FREE SHIPPING. Price $632.00
  3. Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii

    Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii Property + Natural Water Source + Beverage MFG SUP, Hilo, Hawaii PROPERTY OVERVIEW The Vision: In 1993, the owner secured a special use permit (SUP), allowing the development of a distillery, brewery, or specialty (non- alcoholic) manufacturing and bottling company on just under 7 acres. The Hawaiian property takes advantage of an existing natural artesian water source flowing from the slopes of Mauna Loa, pumped to the property from an existing well. This permit set the wheels in motion for the vision: a Micro Distillery or Micro Brewery with product blended with pristine Hawaiian water. The vision is complete with a visitor center, beer garden and tasting room to capitalize on the exploding local and visitor population. In 2012, HB1925 was signed into law as ACT 302. In summary: Allows holders of Class 1 manufacturer liquor licenses to sell beer, wine, or other specified liquor manufactured or distilled on the licensee's premises from fruit or other products grown in the State, in any quantity to wholesalers in original packages or for private use and consumption. (HB1925 CD1) This allows for direct sale of alcohol on the manufacturer’s premises. The alcohol must use any quantity of locally grown product. See: http://www.capitol.h...billnumber=1925 Today, you can realize this vision. Strategically located, abundant, and fertile Hawaiian land Access to natural Hawaiian artisanal water source Special Use Permit Friendly business climate for direct sales for private consumption, and sale to wholesaler Unique opportunity for “Made In Hawaii” branding INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS Special Use Permit: Special Permit 842 (Docket No 93-000003) and subsequent amendments allow the expanded development of a brewery, distillery, soft drink bottling facility and related improvements. Due to a non-compete agreement with Hawaiian Springs Water Co., the bottling of pure drinking water is not a permitted use. However, soda or flavored water and beverages remain as permitted uses. Strategic location: The Property is located just 8 miles from Hilo International Airport and The Port of Hilo just off of Highway 11 which serves as the main roadway connecting Hilo with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and its estimated 1.35 million visitors per year. Tourism Appeal: According to the National Park Service, visitors spent in 2010 an estimated $122 million at the National Parks and the surrounding communities on the Big Island - $88.26 million came from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Made in Hawaii: Hawaii is world-renown with products distributed throughout the US mainland and Asia. Some of the many products from Hawaii that have enjoyed the "Made in Hawaii" success include Kona coffee, Deep-Sea Bottled Water, Natural Artesian Bottled Water, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, and the growing number of micro-brews and distilleries in the State. Large level lots: The design of sub-divided lots promote building design efficiencies. Taxes: General Excise taxes are lower on the island of Hawaii when compared to Oahu. Freight costs: Island-to-island shipping companies currently offer reduced rates for shipping back empty containers such as kegs and other reusable containers. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Location: Kea'au, Hawaii (Border of Hilo & Kea'au) Area: Lot 9722-A - 2.410 acres, Lot 9722-B - 2.995 acres Zoning: FA-2a, Family Agriculture Special use permit: BREWERY, DISTILLERY, WATER AND SOFT DRINK BOTTLING FACILITIES AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS Building height allowance: 45 feet, commercial building allowing for tall column stills, fermentation tanks and so on. Setbacks: 30 feet - front, 30 feet - rear, 20 feet - side Flood zone: Flood Zone X, 500-year flood http://www.sothebysr...-keaau-hi-96797 http://www.sothebysr...-keaau-hi-96749 - email: bigislanddistillery@gmail.com or use contact on websites
  4. Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii

    Distillery Opportunity in Hawaii Property + Natural Water Source + Beverage MFG SUP, Hilo, Hawaii PROPERTY OVERVIEW The Vision: In 1993, the owner secured a special use permit (SUP), allowing the development of a distillery, brewery, or specialty (non- alcoholic) manufacturing and bottling company on just under 7 acres. The Hawaiian property takes advantage of an existing natural artesian water source flowing from the slopes of Mauna Loa, pumped to the property from an existing well. This permit set the wheels in motion for the vision: a Micro Distillery or Micro Brewery with product blended with pristine Hawaiian water. The vision is complete with a visitor center, beer garden and tasting room to capitalize on the exploding local and visitor population. In 2012, HB1925 was signed into law as ACT 302. In summary: Allows holders of Class 1 manufacturer liquor licenses to sell beer, wine, or other specified liquor manufactured or distilled on the licensee's premises from fruit or other products grown in the State, in any quantity to wholesalers in original packages or for private use and consumption. (HB1925 CD1) This allows for direct sale of alcohol on the manufacturer’s premises. The alcohol must use any quantity of locally grown product. See: http://www.capitol.h...billnumber=1925 Today, you can realize this vision. Strategically located, abundant, and fertile Hawaiian land Access to natural Hawaiian artisanal water source Special Use Permit Friendly business climate for direct sales for private consumption, and sale to wholesaler Unique opportunity for “Made In Hawaii” branding INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS Special Use Permit: Special Permit 842 (Docket No 93-000003) and subsequent amendments allow the expanded development of a brewery, distillery, soft drink bottling facility and related improvements. Due to a non-compete agreement with Hawaiian Springs Water Co., the bottling of pure drinking water is not a permitted use. However, soda or flavored water and beverages remain as permitted uses. Strategic location: The Property is located just 8 miles from Hilo International Airport and The Port of Hilo just off of Highway 11 which serves as the main roadway connecting Hilo with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and its estimated 1.35 million visitors per year. Tourism Appeal: According to the National Park Service, visitors spent in 2010 an estimated $122 million at the National Parks and the surrounding communities on the Big Island - $88.26 million came from Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Made in Hawaii: Hawaii is world-renown with products distributed throughout the US mainland and Asia. Some of the many products from Hawaii that have enjoyed the "Made in Hawaii" success include Kona coffee, Deep-Sea Bottled Water, Natural Artesian Bottled Water, chocolate covered macadamia nuts, and the growing number of micro-brews and distilleries in the State. Large level lots: The design of sub-divided lots promote building design efficiencies. Taxes: General Excise taxes are lower on the island of Hawaii when compared to Oahu. Freight costs: Island-to-island shipping companies currently offer reduced rates for shipping back empty containers such as kegs and other reusable containers. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Location: Kea'au, Hawaii (Border of Hilo & Kea'au) 2 Lots (see websites for details) Zoning: FA-2a, Family Agriculture Special use permit: BREWERY, DISTILLERY, WATER AND SOFT DRINK BOTTLING FACILITIES AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS Building height allowance: 45 feet, commercial building allowing for tall column stills, fermentation tanks and so on. Setbacks: 30 feet - front, 30 feet - rear, 20 feet - side Flood zone: Flood Zone X, 500-year flood - For photos, video and more information on the listing please see: http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-979-21092258/waters-of-keaau-keaau-hi-96749 http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/sales/detail/180-l-979-21098913/waters-of-keaau-keaau-hi-96797 Please call Rebecca Keliihoomalu at 808-895-1156 (Hawaii Standard Time) Additional questions, call 808-783-7845 (Hawaii Standard Time) Email: bigislanddistillery@gmail.com (“Big Island Property” in subject line please)
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