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  1. We have 40 to 50 barrels for sale they range from two week dumps to 24 months. If your interested please contact me at dennisse@republicrestoratives.com
  2. Looking for a semi automatic neck labeling solution to place a wrap around label on the neck of the bottle? Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello I'm Bill Fender, owner of W. Fender & Associates, Inc. joined ADI early 2021, exhibitor at the Louisville show. First I'm a manufacturer's representative specializing in bulk solids handling. After college I served an industrial electricians apprenticeship and worked as a construction superintendent. I joined Brown-Forman Corp. in maintenance and finished as plant engineering manager (19 years) at Brown-Forman Distillery. I started this business twenty-four years ago and have served the distilling industry, along with others, since that time. My specialty is equipment, I'm not a distiller. However, with nearly twenty years of experience running the plant side of a 6,000 bushel/day distillery, I have experience with many of the topics discussed here. If I have a solution I will gladly try to help. My goal is to gain trust and confidence. If you are looking to purchase new equipment I would appreciate the opportunity to help with your projects. I have served many of the distilleries in the heart of bourbon country. From complete grain handling systems, simple equipment size selection, extending useful life to helping move/meter materials, I always strive to serve my customer exactly the way I wanted to be served. Honesty, integrity and with an open mind are the keys to confidence building. I always keep in mind the customer depends on me for their career. I treat it like it's my career. FENDER LINE CARD 21_.pdf
  4. As the topic suggests Im looking for people who run continuous stills (preferably a continuous fractioning set up but also if you run a continuous stripper). Recently I visited Greenbar Distillery in Los Angeles and was very impressed with their set up: A continuous fractioning still as well as a 100 gallon, 4 plate pot. A very nice set up and they make some wonderful products. Needless to say it got me to thinking. I've read the lengthy thread started by Mr. Heising and have reached out to the known manufacturers of said equipment (Heising, McKee. Dehner, I'll be contacting you in the next few days. Did I miss anyone else?) but Im looking to chat with some operators and learn about their experiences with such equipment. Operations, equipment manufacturers and so on. Anyone willing to chat please let me know. Thanks all. -Frank
  5. Type of Machine: Bottle Filler / Gear Filler Construction: 304 Stainless Steel Food Grade Standard Seals: Buna Food Grade Standard Tubing: 5/8 inc OD Valve: 3/8" Spring: Stainless Food Grade Standard Quickly package liquids with the reliable SGF Series Gear Fillers. The SGF Series gear filler is a single-head, microcomputer-controlled semi-automatic machine that lets you accurately fill liquids in dry environments. The microcomputer chips let you precisely control filling times and flows for expert accuracy and reliability. Each SGF Series gear filler operates with a foot pedal that begins the fill cycle or in automatic fill mode This gear head filler has been used only once and was simply not a fit for what we were doing but was out of the return deadline. Retail is over $3,400.00, asking $2750.00 Please Inquire by contacting Alex.vesely@southerndistilling.com
  6. * FALSE BOTTOM * 2.2 KW MOTOR 3 PHASE MOTOR * STEAM JACKET * 1" IN AND OUT PORTS ON STEAM JACKET * 15" MANWAY ON TOP * 18" MANWAY ON FRONT * 3" TRI CLAMP OPENINGS FOR CIP SYSTEM * 1 1/2 DRAIN VALVE Used as a grain-in mash cooker for most of its time with me. WORKS GREAT, OUTGREW AND HAD TO UPGRADE. ASKING: $7,000.00 **PLEASE EMAIL BRAD@1205DISTILLERY.COM SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY.
  7. Of those who purchased a Corson Mash/Lauter Tun, did you receive a spec diagram? If you have one, would you please share? While it's a long shot, I'm trying to make this one work and avoid purchasing another mash tun.
  8. I'm sourcing out a rotary evaporator 5-10 liter and was wondering if anyone has an opinion about brands like Buchi versus those from other companies such as USA Lab, etc?
  9. Purchased both new from Trident Welding in 2014, put into service in 2015, and used a total of 89 times since then. 400 gallon stainless steel steam jacketed mash tun with sparge channels on both long sides (both fed by one 1" triclamp), rectangular manway, temp gauge, 2' triclamp drain with butterfly valve and two false bottoms. 72"L x 48"W x 36"H. Asking $5000. 2" triclamp grain-in wort chiller with temp gauges for wort in/ out and coolant in/out. Asking $4000. Please ask any questions!
  10. Hello ! My name is Sophia and I'm a personal assistant of CEO. Our company wanna buy powerful distillery equipment for producing ethanol. Here is some details about equipment we need: 1. We need high quality equipment for producing food grade ethanol. 2. Feedstock that will be used: grain, corn and other raw materials: potato, sugar beet etc. 3. We need high capacity of our equipment for our plant (we want to produce big amount of liters per day on our plant). I think you can help me with this because I am not an expert in this area. 4. The degree of alcohol we want to achieve after distillation: 96 degree of food grade ethanol. 5. Requirements for impurities after distillation should be not more than 1%. Will be grateful for any information.
  11. Looking for a good home for a dependable still. I'm looking to get is sold as quickly as possible. I need to get it off my friend's floor so he can install his own equipment. He's been nice enough to store it for me! I had been saving it in case I got back into the industry, but I've decided to stick with my day job! Still Description: The still is a Series 2 Bain Marie Style Artisan Still from Artisan Still Design. It originally cost $85K new. It was used primarily as a stripping and finishing still to make whiskey, gin, and even small batch vodka. 150 GL double jacketed copper pot with 4 inch drain, pressure gauge, thermometers, etc. Can be run with steam or as a double boiler using 6 heating elements (elements not included). It's set up for either Steam or as a double boiler. I ran it with oil in the jacket as a double boiler and used heating elements to run it. I didn't have a boiler, so I used the electric setup. I do not have controller...these can be built for minimal expense or you can contact Sherman Owens for a control box if you need. If you decide to run it with steam, you wouldn't need a controller. Other Items: 1/2 Copper (Top) and 1/2 SS kettle (bottom). 4 plate copper column with copper bypass, ports for thermometers on each plate. Plates are bubble caps. Stainless steel dephleg with thermometer port. Stainless steel condenser with thermometer port. Stainless steel parrot. SS Jackets, piping, etc. 2 hp Agitator with motor, housing, and mixing shaft. CIP ports for pot and column. Has all seals, valves, thermometers, pressure gauge, pipes, tri-clamp fittings, tri-clamp seals, etc. Just needs to be put together. I'm asking for $25K OBO plus shipping and it would ship out of Prosser, Washington. A Friend is storing it for me at his distillery there. He'd box it up and get it shipped to you, if you decided to buy it. If interested in the still, please IM me. I am looking for a cash buyer and will not lease or use a payment plan. I will entertain lower offers. Thank you!
  12. So, we have stills (700 Gallon Stripping/300 Gallon Hybrid Pot Still), a boiler, fermentation tanks, a diaphragm pump, a small bottling line and an RO system. But really, that’s all we have at this point. We’re going to be primarily focused on whiskey production. I’m a very recent (about a month) crossover from the brewing world and have set up quite a few breweries in the past, but this isn’t very similar in my experience thus far. I could literally set up a brewery in no time, but I feel like I’m struggling here a bit with the task of identifying everything we need. If anyone has any time, I would greatly appreciate any feedback you’re willing to provide on the following list of things that I believe we still need. Here goes – · Air Compressor/Air Dryer/Filters. · Collection/Holding tanks -Low wines, Hearts, Tails, Blending? · Floor Scale (?). · Hoses (Distillery specific?). · Barrels. · Barrel Racking equipment. · Assorted Clamps, Gaskets, Valves, etc. · Thermometers (glass/digital). · Hydrometer/Alcometers. · Filtration system – Depth or Cartridge or both? · Flowmeters(?). · Cold Liquor Tank/ Chiller(?) (Unsure if Midwest city water is cool enough year-round). · Ethanol Detectors(s). · Forklift/Pallet Jack · Distillery Software. That’s where I’m currently at with this list. What did I miss? What don’t I need? I’ve generated this list by reading hours and years’ worth of this forum, independent research and insight from the very few folks I know in the industry. I’ve done my best to do my homework before asking for your collective assistance, so hopefully this doesn’t come across as a request to be “baby birded” the info. Thanks again.
  13. We are just getting our distilling business started and are looking for new/used, available within 3-6 months, equipment - 500 L and 300 L copper pot stills and/or hybrid - one for gin (300) and one for rum/whiskey (500). Operating in hot climate where electricity and water $$$.
  14. Greetings fellow distillers! We're expanding and would like to sell our previous unused equipment. Items which are for sale include: 1. Corson 200 Gallon Pot still (with custom "scottish style hand hammered helmet") with 14" 4-plate column. 2. Corson 400 Gallon Fermenter - 3. Corson 400 Gallon Mashtun 4. Corson Spirits Safe We've only tested this equipment but ended up using a bigger unit for production. So this stuff is "like new", if not completely new depending on your standards. Additional information is available upon request at Lucas@ghostwoodwhiskey.com EDIT: The whole system was at $120K, we are now asking only $80K, OBO. If you want just a single piece of this package, I'm open to that as well. Perks - Still.PDF Perks MASH TUN.PDF PERKS-Fermenter.PDF
  15. Looking for a 150 - 200 gallon Mash/Lauter tun. Need to have: rake system with a false bottom in order to separate grains. electric heating, would be nice if it it jacketed, oil with elements inside the jacket Please reply with pictures, technical drawings and prices if possible
  16. Hey just a quick question for those who print their own labels. I just bought an EPSON C3500 and I was curious as to what is the best label printing software to go with this printer. I am trying to do something in Word and not having great success. Matt
  17. 1000L Still Dragon Baine Marie Kettle with Agitator. Used for 2 years. $11,500 obo. Retail price is $14,000. Column is not included in the sale. Located in Denver, Colorado 406-861-7501
  18. 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
  19. Single Wall Letina Tank - 2000L, 528Gal tank. Two 2” tai-clamp vales (bottom and slightly above bottom), large man way. Floating lid. Stand Included. Type number PZP2000S11. Factory Number: 004514/22 $2400 new, $1900 OBO. Must pick up in Boise ID. Email sandee@8feathers.com or call/text 214.914.3471 to get more information.
  20. Any advice on cleaning bubble plates without CIP? I just got a new 4 bubble plate column and am wondering best way to clean it between runs? I will be running the same product (whiskey off grain) almost daily so not worried about taste of the product coming through in the next batch. Do I need to take the plates off to remove the liquid in the bottom and clean each time? I talked to some folks who said they dismantle and run theirs in a dishwasher. Would running water with cleaner (caustic or acid) through the column following the run and then running clean water through the column to rinse it suffice? If so, how do I ensure no residual cleaning solution from the pot ends up in the plates? Thanks!
  21. Templeton Rye is looking for a Production Shift Lead with at least 5 years of production experience, 3 of which have ideally been in fermentation and distillation. This position will work out of the new Templeton Rye distillery in Templeton, IA. The Production Shift Lead will oversee and operate all equipment from grain receiving through milling, fermentation, distillation and final product approval tanks. The Production shift lead will mentor and help train the other crew on their shift. This position requires a 12 hour shift schedule that will rotate to include days and nights. The Production Shift Lead will report to the Production Manager. Interested? Email me at alexfigge@youngsmarket.com DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: · Oversees the receiving and offloading of grain (trucks and supersacks) · Reviews fermentation schedule and will drain, clean, fill (set) fermenters as required. · Oversees the movement of fermenters to the beerwell · Reviews the distillation schedule and starts-up, distills, shuts-down and cleans as necessary. · Tests final product for proof · Verifies final product proof before transferring to Storage · Train and mentor other personnel on their shift · Operates and oversees all utility equipment including boilers, compressed air, RO water, water softeners, process water and CIP systems. · Oversees plant sanitation and food safety for the crew · Participate in community events · Troubleshoot equipment issues as needed · May perform additional duties assigned REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: · Secondary education in a manufacturing degree and 3+ years of production experience or high school education (or GED) with 5+ years of production experience. · Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot process equipment · Communication Skills – ability to openly communicate with co-workers and management · Mechanical Skills – can troubleshoot process issues, perform minor repairs and adjustments of equipment as needed · Reasoning Ability – employee can apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form · Integrity – Can hold themselves and others to the companies and own values. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: · 3+ years fermentation experience · 3+ years distillation experience · 3+ years training/mentoring experience · Strong math skills to perform proof/dilution calculations
  22. A.B.E.’s Patriot Craft Still Series™ brings the latest technology to the craft distillation market. With its industry-leading “Wattson Automation Platform ™” ABE stills offer you peace of mind knowing that your production is being monitored from start to finish. Trendsetting features like data logging, remote temperature monitoring, and recipe logs set a new standard for this affordable production equipment. A.B.E.’s stills are constructed of Type 2 copper and 304 stainless steel, giving you both the durability and the qualities you require, to produce a first-class spirit. In addition, ABE stills are designed by our Engineers, located right here in Lincoln, Nebraska to be modular so they grow as your business grows. Features: IMPORTANT FEATURE – UL Compliant. Class 1 Division 1 Controls. Type 2 Copper and 304 stainless steel construction. Patent Pending CIP-Ring for 360-degree thorough cleaning. Complete with Whiskey Helmet (other styles available upon request) Tube-in-Shell, Liquid Management Condenser, with a transparent high-impact polycarbonate casing. Optional “Wattson Automation Platform ™” Electric Bain-Marie jacketed stills available Still Designs: Pot & Column In Stock: 50 Gallon Still starting at $36,679! Phone: (402)475-2337 Website: abestills.com Email: info@americanbeerequipment.com
  23. Hi all, Does anyone have a good, affordable recommendation for a bottle supplier who does custom embossing? I want to have a small logo embossed on the upper part of my bottle similar to where Reyka has its embossing (pictured below). Thanks!
  24. Okay here’s one for the peanut gallery. We are still acquiring our equipment and my question is: what has been the biggest waste of money for a piece of equipment...namely because it was useless. Concersely, what is the most valuable piece of that you may not have initially planned to buy or didn’t realize how useful it would be. Thanks in advance.
  25. I'm starting up a (very) micro distillery and looking for a solution for an electric stripping still. We're going to be distilling off-grain with electric heat to start to avoid the need for a boiler system. I've got my spirit still sizing/sourcing figured out but I'm having trouble sorting out where to buy/source my stripping still. I need 1000L capacity minimum and I'm trying to avoid a bain marie style still. Most companies I've talked to are recommending not to use electric elements in the stripping still to avoid scorching, but I know people who are using electric with low watt density elements and having no issues or off flavours. Thoughts? Recommendations for companies who can provide such a still?
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