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  1. I am trying to decide on what filter sizes to use for bottling our whisky (aged for 3 years and we are using non chill filtration). Apologies for another post on this topic as I have seen quite a few on here but they haven't really answered my question. From literature and posts here I see that a common filter pore size is around 1 micron, with many of you using 5 micron and then 0.5 micron. I spoke to a filtration company who have lots of experience with this type of work and they informed me that small changes in the filter size (eg 1 micron to 1.2 micron) can make significant chan
  2. Like new CCR engineering T Top corking machine. This unit has been in use for 18 months at our distillery with no issues. Once setup you can do 2000+ corks per hour. We are selling because we have upgraded our bottling line to an completely automatic unit. This unit cost us $5500 new. Selling for $4000 firm. Please email dave@watersheddistillery.com with interest or questions. Thanks Dave
  3. We bought this from GW Kent 2 years ago and it is in perfect working condition. We are asking $1,150 plus shipping.
  4. Still Austin Whiskey Co. in Austin, TX (map)is seeking a group of reliable part time bottlers for approx 16-24 hours per week. These would be 8 hour days, between 2-3 days a week, generally during the work week, but some shifts may occur on weekends occasionally. Involves standing for long periods of time. Lifting generally no more than 15-20 pounds. Products to be bottled vary. Must be available at least two days a week. Pay up to $13/hr, depending on experience. Starting as early as Weds 2/13/19. Reply to harry@stillaustin.com
  5. Role Seeking: Distiller-in-Training / Production Assistant Compensation: Depending Upon Experience Description: Golden Moon is a small but rapidly growing distillery that produces premium hand-crafted whiskies, brandies and herbal liquors and liqueurs using the best available herbs, spices and botanicals, and made with the same type of artisan production processes utilized by distillers making premium products in the mid-to-late 1800s. We are currently going through an expansion that will greatly increase our yearly production and will require additional production
  6. Hi All, I'm searching for spirit holding tanks in the 1000 gallon range. These will be holding 70%ABV spirits (possibly higher). Any suggestions for high quality, meets all IFC/TTB/etc etc regulations would be greatly appreciated. New or used doesn't matter but we'll end up purchasing 3-4 tanks and they'll all need to match (preference is for new tanks). Cheers, Noah
  7. I'm looking for a lead on a bottle blower to use pre-fill, ideally something that works off a small air compressor. I am not worried about using water, just air. Some use both which would be okay too, I just wouldn't hook up water. I am having a surprisingly hard time finding a good solution. Thank you!
  8. Just wondering if anyone else has had any interesting experiences when choosing a bottle for their brand? Has anyone gone through with a custom bottle design? We've been looking into a bottle shape that isn't often used in alcohol, but just got word from the bottle supplier that their cap isn't rated for anything above 10% ABV. I'm trying to learn more about Plastisol seals since they seem to be in a lot of caps. Does anyone know if they'll hold up to 80 proof well?
  9. XpressFill has been serving distillers for over 10 years providing affordable, TTB compliant bottle filling equipment. We strive to continually improve our equipment and respond to the changing needs of our craft customers. XpressFill takes pride in our responsiveness to our customers and we encourage our existing customers and new customers to contact us whenever there are issue that need resolution. Please visit our website to learn more about our offerings. Feel free to contact us at our toll free sales and support number (844) 361-2750.
  10. Hey all, I'm looking for a wine cap crimper for one of our new bottles. We bought a Chinese one that no electrician around here will touch. We are willing to put up with a manual/handheld one for now, but are also probably going to want a semi-automated one sooner or later. I can only seem to find wine CORKERS which we definitely do not need. Any hot leads? Thanks!!
  11. SOLD! PRICE DROP TO $950. Selling our two spout filler. It's a little over 2 years old. It's clean and in great shape. Has 1.5" tri-clamp inlet which we used a camlock hose adapter with. Electric float automatically starts and stops pump (PUMP NOT INCLUDED). http://www.thevintnervault.com/index.php?p=view_product&product_id=4208 Originally $1565 plus freight. Selling for $950 (buyer pays shipping) or best offer. Located in Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 Selling it because we upgraded. SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD! SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD!SOLD
  12. http://www.piwine.com/italian-hand-held-heat-tunnel.html I found this tool to be remarkably helpful, but was wondering if anyone knew where to get it for under $400? Thanks!
  13. We are currently looking for a 4 head spirits bottle filler, looking for advice from a few that already have one in use. Xpressfill is where we are thinking of buying from at this time...
  14. Craft distillers have similar objectives as larger producers with regards to the quality of spirit produced and removal of haze. As such, filtration prior to bottling is vital to ensure long shelf life, stability and minimal turbidity. To this end, the removal of hazes and the precursors to haze formation is particularly important.
  15. BOTTLING LINE FOR 1000 BpH x 0.75 lt OF SPIRITS MONOBLOCK RINSER / FILLER For Spirits TYPE OF MONOBLOCK RINSING 9 GRIPPERS - FILLING 8 VALVES - MODEL: 9-8 RINSING LIQUID: DISPOSABLE MICRO FILTERED WATER TURRET LIFTING: ELECTRICAL VARIABLE SPEED DEVICE: MECHANICAL VARIATOR LIFTING CYLINDERS: PNEUMATIC FILLING SYSTEM: BY LOW VACUUM N° OF FILLING VALVES: 8 LIQUID THAT CAN BE USED: SPIRITS MAX PRODUCTION IN BPH: 1000 x 0.75 lt DIAMETER OF THE BOTTLES: FROM 55 TO 110 mm Price: $58,200.00 Labeler: Price: $9,420.00 Spec/pictures: https://www.dropbox.c
  16. Many people and books talk about bottle shock, and how 3 months in the bottle greatly improve the spirit as it gets its initial oxidation, rest, and mingling of chemical components. The ADI book Distiller's Guide to Rum suggest the greater part of 3 months for storage after bottling before selling, and we have definitely noticed a marked improvement in our spirits from the day they went in the bottle till a few months later. With that being said, does anyone have experience in the time of vatting making a real improvement? Example. If we have to release a product in 3 months, will it be
  17. United Food and Beverage buys and sales used bottling, and packaging equipment.. We buy and sale - Alvey Palletizers, Bevco Rinsers, Labelers, Hartness Case Packers, Stainless Tanks, Conveyor, Depals, Pallet Wrappers and Much more.. Feel free to visit our website if you are in the market to purchase any used equipment - Unitedfoodandbeverage.com We also buy used equipment so if you have anything for sale please reach out, thank you. Austin Hart (843) 287-1955 Or Austin@unitedfoodandbeverage.com
  18. Your time is money! Let us do the tedious work, while you continue to make your award winning spirits. We have expanded our bottling capabilities, and now have extra capacity. We are available to co-pack and bottle bulk spirits to free up extra time for you. Right now, we have the abilitiy to do 1.75L, 1L and 750ml bottles. Our new line consists of a bottle rinser, filler, corker (with screw top capability), labeler and shrink tunnel. We also have ROPP capabilities if needed. Note: All components are not pictured here. Awesome artwork by Patch Whisky. For more in
  19. Item Price US$ Manual Crown Capping machine 730 Semi-automatic Crown Capping machine 978 Automatic Crown Capping machine 26,760 Semi-automatic ROPP Capping machine 4,770 Automatic ROPP Capping machine Ask for price Manual Corker for big bottles – up to 6L bottles Ask for price Semi-automatic corker 7,750 Corker/wire hooder/capsular/crown capper 18,726 Semi-automatic Counter p
  20. Does anyone have any experience with automated bottling lines? We are looking to expand our capacity and have ordered a bottling line. It requires an air compressor. I am actually looking for info on good, affordable, oil-less air compressors. I can provide more info on our needs, if you have knowledge of these. Thanks!
  21. We hold a DSP but purchase bulk alcohol to make our booze (we have a line of liqueurs). As such we're not looking for a 'distiller' but still someone interested in producing high-proof flavored spirits. We are hiring an entry-level operations assistant to assist with production, bottling, cleaning, occasionally running tours & bottle sales, and many other needs. The right candidate will be someone enthusiastic to learn more about the industry and able to work unsupervised and sometimes doing repetitive tasks. You will be working with the owner-employee (myself) and one other sales re
  22. Moved onto the details of our bottling line in the final stages of setting up. Through put is hopefully going to be in the region of 200 litres per week. Initially we're going to run an enolmatic single filler, drawing product from SS blending tanks via a single cartridge filter. Our water is RO treated. Interested to know what peoples views on the following. 1) polypropylene or stainless - what's the typical lifespan of both? 2) filter size (microns) - looking for a balance of polished spirit without knocking out flavour/aroma? 3) Has anyone used the enolmatic single filler standard version
  23. Anyone else graduate from a gravity fill to automated mono-block filler/capper? I use screw caps and bar tops which are both applied singularly with an ROPP capper. I also use a 6 spout gravity filler. Any recommendations for a manufacturer? I've contacted Borelli and Arol with no luck on an 'inbetween' system. 9,000 BPH is extreme and expensive, but 500 is not enough. Any leads are useful; thanks friends!
  24. As we continue to develop our vodka product, we will infuse vodka before the bottling process. Does anyone have a recommendation on a small filling machine (750ml) that will allow small pulp pieces to pass through (and not clog) the filling machine? We don't want to filter out all of the pulp as the finished product takes on an even smoother flavor. We're talking orange juice pulp, but chunks. Thanks friends for any suggestions! Have a great week!
  25. I'm looking for a solid, very reliable and easy to use labeling machine that will produce quality results time and again no matter who is running it. My research has brought me to Great Engineering's Bench series of semi-automatic labelers. Is anyone using one of these machines? They have a good range of machines from the very simple manual MATE up to the foot activated MAX. They speak of limiting errors while being able to reproduce exacting applications over and over. Given the number of bottles we need to label, I think spending a little more on a high-quality labeler is a smart choice for
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