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  1. Artisan Distillery Accepting Offers

    Owner considering all offers as well as owner financing! In this idyllic and growing Central Washington agricultural town, this artisan distillery creates a variety of products which include, whiskey, moonshine, gin, vodka, grappa, ouzo and many brandies and liqueurs. These premium quality products are made by hand using locally grown fruits and grains. While creating unique recipes, they are making spirits of exceptional quality and still capturing the essence of the fruits and grains. This distillery holds a craft distillery and a distiller/rectifier license in Washington.Craft distilleries in Washington state are growing strong. Washington state passed a bill in 2008 creating the Artisan Distillery license, which is for distillers who are producing 150,000 gallons or less of its own spirits per calendar year. At least half of the raw materials used in the production must be grown in Washington. It allows a craft distillery to contract and sell distilled spirits to holders of distillery licenses, manufacturer’s licenses and grower’s licenses. Consumers are growing more interested in this niche industry. Liquor is recession proof and it is profitable. Now is your chance to get in and ride the distillery growth wave. Besides the distillery and tasting room in Washington, the owner has invested in a second location in Oregon in order to focus on growth and expansion. There is extensive inventory, equipment and recipes including a recently purchased copper pot still. Owner is considering all offers as well as offering financing. Act now! Alek 509 280-9734
  2. Hi all, Currently working as a Master Distiller overlooking all operations in a rather big grain to glass distillery (vodka, gin, whisky, etc). I am looking for the right partner/investor to create 2 brands (to start with) as a distributor company. The point is to have no building and no equipment! I find there are already too many distilleries and some of them are struggling reaching ends but there is still a lot of room for new products so we might as well all work together. And plus I'm no fit to work between walls, I need to be out there talking to people and showing my product! I have 2 brands with a huge worldwide potential, have the bottlers on the East coast and West coast and all suppliers, all is left to do is the branding and finishing my recipes well under way. I have extended experience in entrepreneurship and in the spirit industry (sales, distilling, consulting ...) Maybe someone with cash and no time/knowledge or someone with experience in marketing strategies/sales/distribution or someone living on the East coast with plenty of time and sales skills... the most important thing to me is vision and passion. I'm looking to relocate to the US West coast but am in no rush and don't NEED a partner. I give myself 1 year to make the move but am open to speed up the process with the right partner! I'm a free spirited person with a big work ethic and very hardworking. I'm a Canadian citizen.