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  1. Lewis Business Alliance

    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. Editted- SOLD One of the distilleries I work for in Portland has some very nice bottles for sale. We originally got them for a specialty release which never came together, and now we need the space back. We've got 924 750ml Bruni Modular (http://www.bruniglass.com/…/sh…/mod9/bot-modulor-750-bets-fp), they are unboxed on a single pallet but I can throw in 750ml 12 pack cases if you need them. $2/bottle or best offer. If you're in OR or WA we might be able to deliver them, PM me for details if you're interested.
  3. Nathan Benedict

    Seattle Distillery For Sale

    Seattle distillery for sale. Asking $650,000 Contact: Nathan Benedict 206.695.4829 nbenedict@ewingandclark.com or Roger Lorenze 206.838.2856 rlorenze@ewingandclark.com Please see attached flyer for details on a great opportunity in Seattle. Distillery Flyer.pdf
  4. R.Germain-Robin

    Seeking Assistant Distillers Position

    Good day to all, I would like to inform the ADI community that I am seeking employment as an Assistant Distiller and willing to relocate from Northern California. Being a part of ADI is a community of craft distillers who stay in contact and network, so I thought I'd write this message to notify and get the word out. I want to learn everything I can and gain as much experience because I am a passionate individual in this field. My name is Raphaël Germain-Robin and I have worked as an apprentice assistant distiller at Stillwater Spirits through the American Distilling Institute (ADI) where I had received an internship through Bill Owens the President of ADI. Following that internship, I had my article published in the ADI newsletter. For 3 years I also worked part time as a cellar worker at Alambic, Inc. (Germain-Robin Brandy). I am looking to learn everything I can in all aspects of production from, whiskey, bourbon, rum, gin, brandy's, cognac, liquors, etc. Since 2015, I have been apprenticing with my father, Master Distiller and International Consultant Hubert Germain-Robin, absorbing information and learning from his knowledge of distilled spirits and the aging process, If you or know anybody who is perhaps looking for an Assistant Distiller please pass this message along and I will gladly email you my Resume for more information. I hope this message finds you in good 'Spirits'. Thank you for your time! Sincerely, ~ Raphaël Germain-Robin
  5. Hey everyone it's time to make a whiskey at the distillery and I have been searching for a Corn supplier in Washington state that I could buy my corn from, I'm looking for up to 12,000+ of the stuff in the next year any ideas? also any recommendations of mash tun screen hole sizes? we are converting a 350 gallon ss tank into a mash tun. ANy other recommendations of mashing for bourbons would be greatly appreciated! thanks everyone. -Best, J
  6. Hey all, Just making aquaintance. I'm throwing around the idea of starting a small craft distillery here in Gig Harbor, WA. The wife and I spent some years in the bar and restaurant industry in Hawaii. She's been in all aspects including a successful position as a liquor sales rep. I have since become a journeyman welder and enjoy building/fabricating. I also dabble in agriculture. Now seems to be a good time to get into distilling here in Washington, with some recently changing laws. This seems to be a great forum community to be part of, so I look forward to conversing with you all. If all goes well, Mahealani Distillery will start to take shape sooner than later. With Mahealani being my wife's middle name and meaning "full moon," we found it a good fit for a distillery. -George
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