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  1. For Sale: 20mm 20 plate stainless vodka column -20 plate stainless vodka column - 304 stainless steel construction - copper bubble caps INCLUDES: - Stainless column base - stainless dephlegmator - stainless product condensor - 8 additional seals $18,000.00
  2. Alaskan Spirits LLC

    Potato Vodka

    Anyone care to share their pros and cons of using flakes versus real potatoes? Everything that I read states that potatoes are made up of so much water, that the flakes are the way to go. Being in Alaska, I also feel that storage and consistency is important. I would love to keep it Alaskan potatoes but unless some farmer starts offering flakes up here, it really just isn't feasible. Anyone have good recommendations for Potato Flake manufacturers? I would also like to use more Glacier Water and if the flakes are dried, then it give us the opportunity of using more of the glacier water.
  3. 750ml bottles screw top with black caps available for sale. 8 pallets 105 cases each, 12 bottles per case. In unmarked carton cases. Price is $0.9 delivered with in USA. Pick up for a better rate please inquire. We are located in Finger Lakes. Please text Eddie 9177546052
  4. Our distillery was acquired earlier this year by a venture capital group. The new group does not have an interest in producing nor retaining our vodka formulas so I am offering them for sale to the forum. Specifically, we have the following formulas for sale: 1. Premium Vodka/80 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash 2. Vanilla Vodka/70 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash and proprietary, all-natural flavor recipe 3. Raspberry Vodka/70 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash and proprietary, all-natural flavor recipe 4. Orange Vodka/70 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash and proprietary, all-natural flavor recipe These formulas would be perfect for the start-up or, about to be start-up to get into the game quickly. I could turn these flavors around in 11-15 days, mash to market. Our asking price for the formulas are $2,500/each. I would like to sell all of them in one lot if possible and can provide a discount if I can do so. Please PM me for additional details or text at 315-506-5084. Thank you, Ben Reilley
  5. Distiller76

    NY NGS and Vodka

    Hi All, I'm just reaching out to see what the interest would be in bulk sales of New York produced NGS and Vodka. This would be made with 100% New York grain, and 100% New York Malt. This can be made to any specification you may have, And any recipe you may have. Being as it's 100% NY made, with 100% NY grain, This would allow NY distilleries to keep their Farm Distillery exemption. Thank you in advance. Nik
  6. My wife and I recently had our farm distillery in New York acquired by a group out of state. Prior to the acquisition, we were producing (3) types of vodkas, a Premium vodka, Raspberry Vodka, and Vanilla Vodka. Our most popular product was Disco Lemonade, a raspberry based canned cocktail that caught fire in the northeast. We used a very small equipment set-up to get started in our business in an 800 sq. ft. space in the back of a warehouse with no tasting room. At this point, I am offering my expertise as a consultant to smaller distilleries and start ups in equipment selection, production processes, mash bill formulation, product development, and financing considerations. Please email me at ben@lifeofreilley.net if I can be of any assistance either formally or just to book an informal call to discuss your project. Cheers and thank you, Ben Reilley Life of Reilley
  7. Everything you need to start your own distillery. We have had this system for only 2 years and have outgrown it. Would love to see it land in a good home for a start-up distillery. I will even offer to train and consult on your mash bill if that is of interest. Asking $25,000 (OBO) FOB for the entire system: Included in system: 26 Gallon, 12 plate rectifying Hillbilly Still and 5500 Watt control box 26 Gallon, 12 plate rectifying Mile Hi Still and 5500 Watt control box 50 Gallon, 4 inch stripping Hillbilly Still and 11,000 Watt control box (2) stainless steel charcoal filters (1) stainless steel filter housing/bottling unit (20) 55 gallon poly fermentation drums (8) 300 gallon food grade cubes Extra clamps, gaskets, lab equipment too! Pictures available (continually getting errors attempting to upload on this post) with serious inquiries at ben@lifeofreilley.net
  8. Mosaic

    Cost to filter spirit

    I'm in the planning phase of opening a small distillery to produce rum, vodka, gin and whiskey. It appears that I'm going to have to carbon and/or chill filter my vodka and rum as initial tests show the spirit to be too cloudy and also a bit rough around the edges on taste. Can anybody please advise me what the cost per bottle/gallon/litre might be to peform carbon/chill filtering. I'm referring to the cost of carbon etc as opposed to paying off say 10k of equipment within the cost of production. That said, if people can also advise of chill filter and carbon system costs too, that would help as I'm struggling to find info. I aim to operate on a 300 gallon pot with 4+10+10 plate column set-up. Raw materials will vary from grain to molasses to fruit, depending on product. Many thanks.
  9. Hollow Spirits

    Blue tint

    We bought 100% wheat NGS and diluted it down to 80 proof with some RO water. We ended up getting a slightly blue color when we proofed it down. Does anyone know what might cause this?
  10. Good Spirits Consulting

    Distillery Assistance

    Hey Everyone, I recently started Good Spirits Consulting LLC in order to help distilleries nationwide. Specializing in just about anything under a distillery's roof, we're eager to help. Check out our website for more info (web address below). Get in touch with us and tell us how we can help. Cheers! Jordan Stielow www.GoodSpirits.rocks
  11. 40x48 pallets with 105 un marked carton cases. each case is 12 bottles. 750 ml super flint glass quality. screw top bottle with black cap. Bottles unmarked, clear. 680 grams each bottle. 7 pallets are available. Asking $600 per pallet. please text 9177546052 for inquiries
  12. Small Crafty Start-Up looking for like minded entrepreneurs. We seek to grow it small and grow it strong Quality essential to success
  13. Hey, everybody! Quick question to ponder (and any help is appreciated): We've been running a 18-plate Crystal Dragon StillDragon with 100 gallon kettle for our vodka/NGS production. We've had this setup since August of last year and have been able to consistently hit 95.625% ABV on each of our 100% wheat low wine runs. However, the past two days, for some reason, we're struggling to even hit 95% ABV. Here's our basic rundown: 500 Gallon, 100% wheat mash typically at 1.088 SG. Fermentation to 1.000. Stripped to approx. 125 gallons of low wines at 36% ABV. Proofed down to 25% ABV with tap water then fed into the kettle. Full reflux for one hour, then slowly exiting reflux into heads. This typically gets us to 95.5% ABV by the time we hit hearts (about an hour into distillation). However, these past two runs, we've done the exact same thing we've always done. The temperature of the kettle is the same, amount of water and temp of dephleg is the same. The only thing that's changed is the proof is struggling to get over 94.5 and there's a slight cloudiness in the final distillate. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  14. Mosaic

    Kothe K900N vodka production

    Hi Guys, I'm in the process of setting up a distillery (in the UK - business plan stage) where I want to follow the American practice of making vodka, gin and whiskey from scratch, using a friend's farm - grain, and fruit based ultimately. Budget is super tight. I've met with a distributor for Kothe stills who's trying to steer me away from a twin column 16+ plate system and more towards the K900N, using 3-6 (latter recommended) bubblecaps and an automated system. They doing this 1. To save me money, and 2. Because they claim it's not possible to hit 96.4% ABV on any of these stills, whether it's 6 caps or 16. It's also considered thst a lot of the twin-column still purchasers buy it more for show, than functional ability. Question: Fine, I can't produce an EU standard vodka at 96% but does anyone use a K900N to make vodka, what is your experience like in doing so, and how does the product taste? Do you filter afterwards? I want to avoid filtration. What is your process - double/triple run? Many thanks, M
  15. We have a hardly used (used 10x) fully functioning Hillbilly 26-gallon turnkey potstill and column with HS5500; https://www.hillbillystills.com/product/turn-key-distillery-with-hs5500/ Extra Plates https://www.hillbillystills.com/product/add-a-plate-2-plate-section-for-hillbilly-flute-only/ Gin Basket $350 https://www.hillbillystills.com/product/gin-basket-add-on-new-and-improved/ Various Connectors https://www.hillbillystills.com/product-category/distilling-equipment-accessories/stainless-fittings/ Filtration system gravity fed https://www.hillbillystills.com/product/carbon-filter-with-storage-bottling-can/ Stand https://www.hillbillystills.com/product/boiler-stand-for-26-gallon-boiler/ TOTAL PAID $5.1k, its yours for $4.5k + Shipping from, Los Angeles.
  16. SOLD!!! PRICE REDUCED TO $10,000. The pot and helmet are worth this much! Price: $12,500. Brand new still with copper helmet, two columns (16 plates) and more. Decided to go in a different direction. Electric heat (4 ports). See attached for exact specs. Upgraded parts, fixtures and even boiler thickness. Feel free to call or text. 510-557-2917. Serious inquiries only please. Crated and ready to go (crate never even opened). EXW shipping. Equipment in Greenville, SC [Untitled].pdf Updated drawing of 300liter still.pdf
  17. Good day all, We have 10 pallets of clear flint glass bottles 750 ml (680 grams) screw top and matching black caps each pallet has 105 cases (1260 bottles) packed in unmarked carton cases. They are located in Finger Lakes region of NY. We are asking for $750 per pallet which makes bottles and cap @ $0.60 the price is negotiable.
  18. Screw top bottles and cap available 750 ml clear flint glass 680 grams 11 pallets 105 cases on each pallet 12 bottle per case in un marked carton boxes $650 per pallet give away located in Finger Lakes region of NY text 3153148077
  19. Hi, We are a group of guys who have been talking about starting our own Nordic craft distillery in Texas. The Burbon scene is quite mature down here and apart from a few vodka distilleries there is not a whole lot more different craft distilleries around. Myself being originally from Sweden I believe there are some great new spirits I would like to bring to the US such as Schnapps, mulled Wine and nordic style single malt whiskeys. We are currently in the very early steps to build a business case and I wanted to join here to read more about what other have done and hopefully be a part of this community. we are planning on running a wide style of products but are looking for a Islay style pot still set up with a hybrid column reroute in order to also do high end vodka based products. starting small for us is key. please feel free to recommend any equipment suppliers you guys recommend as well as TTB lawyers in the North Texas region. looking forward to learn more on here /J
  20. Thank you for reading! A couple of guys in the wine and spirits industry starting to put the nuts and bolts of a NH distillery together. Looking for distillers/people who know how to distill whiskey, vodka, etc local to NH. Someone who may want to have a conversation or two and see if there is a mutual industry. We possess the skills to move the product, just not the skills to produce it. Thanks for reading!
  21. We are looking for someone with experience to open a distillery in the Deep South. We are looking for someone who can run the day to day operation and help with recipes. Please leave contact information if you are interested. We will be producing Rye Whiskey, Gin, and Vodka. Please inquire here with any questions you may have. We would be willing to help relocate candidate and provide an competitive salary.
  22. Hello fellow distillers, We have been told that our vodka should be at 40% abv before filtering with activated carbon. If we want to use our vodka to produce a gin, can we filter it at a higher abv? We were considering doing a gin run with 65% abv alcool to be more efficient. Can we filter a vodka at 65% abv? Thanks all
  23. No13Distilling

    Torrified vs Raw vs Malted Wheat

    Can anyone share some good info regarding different types of whole grain wheat when making vodka? Torrified vs raw vs malted wheat? How does each affect conversion, flavour, etc.
  24. Alaskan Spirits LLC

    Soda gun with vodka?

    My state is becoming non-distillery friendly. Seems like bars are running this town. ABC board last week decided that they are now going to interpret legislation differently than they have the last 4 years; which means NO mixed drinks. The only thing we can do is serve our distilled booze. I would like to make a vodka seltzer (like Truly / White Claw). I would also like to have it on a soda gun. Anyone ever do this? I see I can use a soda siphon but the siphon does not mix the vodka in and I don't think I can get away with that. Any suggestions?
  25. flyhigher87

    Pulsing Still

    Hey guys hope all is well. So I'm in the middle of a vodka run and my distillate is pulsing. By this I mean, the distillate will completely stop for like 10-15 seconds and then all of a sudden open the flood gates for like 5 seconds. This has only happened once before on a previous run. Normally my still is pretty steady stream a little variation in flow rate but nothing this drastic. My still is a small 50 gallon it has four plates and a large random packed section with copper scrubbers and raschig rings. I am running a dephlag with little trickle of water through it to maintain 95% abv. So Why is my distillate flow rate so crazy today?? thank you.
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