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  1. Happy Thursday Morning My Dearest Readers, As my loyal weekly readers may have noticed, I did not post last week, and I am a bit late to the game this week. As it turns out, every superhero has their weakness. Superman had Kryptonite, Wonder Woman has her bracelets being bound together, and the Green Lantern … well, he had the color yellow (of all things), but his greatest weakness was WOOD! WOOD? Yes, WOOD! I know that sounds stupid since it is everywhere and most things are made from it, but that is his weakness. Well … much like the Green Lantern, I recently found out that my weakness is not necessarily wood itself in the way of desks, homes, or other structures. My weakness is not that silly and weak, but I do have a weakness that I will divulge to you here if you promise to not share it with the insurance-evil-doers out there in the world. Promise?!!?!??! OK … it is wood, but more specifically, it is splintered wood in the right eye … Duhhnn-dun-duuuuuuhhhhnnnnn!!!!!!!! So there I was ripping plywood with a skill saw whilst building a large set piece (an 8’ high, 4’ wide, 2’ deep story book that the characters can “come to life” out of) for an upcoming production of “Into The Woods” (where, apparently I will also be playing the part of a Prince … duh), when a chunk of wood made it up under my safety glasses (I am a superhero, but always, safety first) and shot right up into my eye, splintered, and embedded itself into the white of my eye where the eye meets the eyelid. Suffice to say, I had no idea this was my weakness until it happened, and it took me out of the game for a little over a week. That is why you had not seen a post until today. And what a glorious day it is, you are here reading this installment of the TMIT (although it is now the “Thursday” Morning Insurance Tidbit). ON TO IT! I know this is a topic that was covered in depth a while back in another installment of the TMIT but I wanted to circle back on this as it is a HUGE opportunity for many of you to save some significant money!!! That is always an attention grabber. I have recently contracted with a Workers Compensation carrier that is RED HOT ON FIRE with their distillery work comp rates. New ventures/business, or well established, they will look at everyone, IN ALL 50 STATES!!! The big kicker is, they have been routinely 10%-20% less than anyone else in the marketplace. As you know, in some instances your work comp premium can be 1/3 to 1/2 or more than your overall distillery package insurance, so 10%-20% is a significant savings, and who doesn’t want to save money?!?!? If your work comp is currently running $5,000 annually (for instance), that is a savings of $1,000. Pretty good, right?!?!?!! Pair that with the fact that I usually save folks on their overall premiums for the package insurance as well, and that is a combo that should make you perk-up and contact me if you have not already. Think about that for a second. What if one email, text, or call could save you thousands of dollars a year? Real money that could be used to upgrade your facility, purchase equipment that you have been wanting, get some marketing done (more on that soon as well), or just pocket the savings and take a well-deserved vacation. I am here for you, to assist you, to guide you, offer expertise, and hopefully save you some “dead-presidents” in the process. Everyone that has a work comp need should be getting in touch with me, ASAP! Let me assist you and show you why I am known as InsuranceMan 2.0!!! Just leave the wood splinters behind, ok? Those ain’t good for nobody!!!! Until next time … Stay Vigilant! Aaron Linden a.k.a. InsuranceMan 2.0!!! 307-752-5961 aaron@roaringforkins.com or insuranceman2.0@yahoo.com
  2. We are selling our 500 gallon all wood fermenter. We actually haven't used it other than swelling of the wood. We have built a reinforced stand. The stand also has a one percent slope to make draining the fermenter easier. We added an upper graded thermo-well and thermometer. We are looking for $2200.00. If you have questions call Taylor Howard at 828-230-8121 or email taylor@hhdistillery.com
  3. I am looking for tri-clamp fittings that can be used to attach fittings to the side and bottom of a wood open fermenter. Picture attached. Anyone know where to find some? Thanks!
  4. It would be a tough sell because I can or anyone can buy sea salt buy the pound and mix it in to the spirit. Why Would I want to buy a special barrel with it in it. And on the cellular level??? Really, here is how I look at it... Wood, just like many other plants is made of cells or pockets. Not like human cells. Anyway, mix up salt and water and pour it on the wood. The cells absorb the liquid, water dies out, salt left in cells. Or Look at it this way.... When we where all little kids we put the potato in the bowl full of food coloring and in the potato turned that particular color. Same thing with sea salt..... Two big problems I see is 1. formula required 2. it would throw the specific gravity of your alcohol off. You would never be able to tell true proof unless you had special equipment. This is the biggest joke I have ever heard of. If you have ever bought one of these barrels you need to get your head checked! P.S. If you did..... well your a moron.
  5. I have just received a shipment from Spain of Oloroso Sherry casks of three different sizes, 64 liter, 125 liter and 225, supply is limited and sales will be on a first come first serve basis. These casks are of excellent quality, finished and sanded by the manufacture, and are a once used Oloroso. Please contact us at Speyside Cooperage Kentucky Inc. for priceing http://speysidecooperageky.com/, speysidecooperage@windstream.net
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