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  1. I appreciate the responses and the help. It seems like there is no "go-to" company for this. The answer I suppose would be whoever could: Custom build without crazy-high minimum purchase order Local or close enough where cost of shipping is not outrageous. Decent price per pallet I will do more searching, at this point in time all we need is 7 pallets so it's really just worth it to stick with what works. But at $200/pallet that is certainly not sustainable for a business model and will need to be addressed as we expand and grow. Thank you again for your help
  2. I work at a distillery in California, we currently store our barrels on their heads on custom made pallets. All fine and dandy, they are 5'x5' pallets and they work just fine. The two problems I have with them: 1) They take a lot of time to construct where I could be doing more important things around the distillery. 2) Being larger than standard size, they take up more space and pose challenges to moving logistics and destroy our storage efficiency. Having seen other distilleries and rickhouses where they also store their barrels on their heads, I noticed that not only do they use pal
  3. Hello my name is Anthony, I am apprentice/assistant distiller at Ascendant Spirits in Buellton, California. I am new to distilling, but my path here has been quite interesting. I studied Biomedical Engineering at Cal Poly and got my degree with a focus in microbiology, biologic systems, and industrial applications. Got an internship at a biotech company dealing with yeasts and fermentation making biofuels and other chemicals. After my internship they said I got a job, but through some bureaucracy (which I'm sure you're all very familiar with), they didn't have a position for me, and I didn
  4. Hello my name is Anthony, I am apprentice/assistant distiller at Ascendant Spirits in Buellton, California. I am new to distilling, but my path here has been quite interesting. I studied Biomedical Engineering at Cal Poly and got my degree with a focus in microbiology, biologic systems, and industrial applications. Got an internship at a biotech company dealing with yeasts and fermentation making biofuels and other chemicals. After my internship they said I got a job, but though some bureaucracy (which I'm sure you're all very familiar with), they didn't have a position for me, and I didn'
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