Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'grain bill'.
We had a surplus of malted corn sitting around and tried using it as the corn component in our grain bill to use it up. I just started stripping it today and am worried about how it will turn out. My strip tastes like corn husk. I'm guessing this is not something that will be removed in the head cuts, and have no idea how this flavor will age. Is this a good thing in disguise or have we made a terrible mistake?
Our distillery has grown and with our newest still we have some extra capacity. We are currently offering the following new make barrels for sale, with these grain bills: 70% Corn, 23% Rye, 7% Malted Barley 70% Corn, 23% Wheat, 7% Malted Barley *** Custom Grain Bills are available for quantities of 10 or more.*** We are offering the standard grain bills at the following prices and quantities for purchase. Minimum order is 4 barrels. 4-10 barrels = $1200 10+ barrels = $1100 Custom Grain Bills = Price will be determined after discussing grain bill and quantity All Bourbon arrives to you in 53 gallon Char 4 ISC oak barrels. All orders require 50% deposit up front and 50% before shipment. Transfer in Bond paperwork and a valid DSP must be presented before we can ship barrels. If you do not have a DSP but are working on it we do have storage available. Stored barrels require 100% payment in full and will have a minimal storage fee each month. White Whiskey samples are available for the two standard grain bills listed above. All sample bottles are subject to a $10 freight fee (limit 1 per customer). Lead times are currently 8 weeks. Larger orders may require extra time. All pricing is FOB our distillery. Please contact Dave at the following email address with additional questions email@example.com .