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  1. 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.
  2. Hi i am trying to convert a production of 60 000 bottles. My question is how you guys would do it? 4-5 days a week distilling? and bottleling etc? What size of stills would you use?
  3. New startup distillery searching for Head of Distiller/Production Manager. We are a new distillery starting in the mountains of Frisco, Colorado. We are looking for a self-starter with a passion for craft spirits and great attention to detail. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in moving to the next level and seeing your name behind a brand. 4 years minimum experience is ideal, but not required. You must have experience with operating a distillery software system and managing inventory. Experience with Bourbon, Single Malt, Gin, Vodka, and Rum. You will be working side by side with the owner and cross training new employees to work under you as the company grows. Duties & Responsibilities Recipe development, spirit integrity and quality control testing Evaluate and monitor spirits produced and raw materials involved in distilling Performs every aspect of production including, mashing, fermenting, macerations, distilling, tasting, proofing & gauging, filtration, bottling, blending, labeling procedures, and scheduling Complete lab analysis and quality control procedures focusing on continued improvement Manage raw ingredients inventories, ordering and scheduling deliveries, forecasting production needs and budget management Maintain cleanliness and sanitation procedures for all distillery operations and equipment including compliance with CIP (Clean-In-Place) standards. Maintaining TTB and OSHA compliance Create and manage all record keeping in spreadsheets or any other required spirits programs suited for a distillery. Physical Requirements Bending/Stooping/Kneeling Climbing Lifting-Heavy (50-70 Lbs) Reaching/Pulling/Pushing Standing and Walking Other Requirements High school diploma or equivalent required Must be 21 years of age or older Must pass background check No present or past problems with drugs or alcohol Forklift experience Willingness to work evenings and weekends A great career opportunity in an even greater place to live. This will be an exciting challenge that is sure to be both fun and rewarding. Experience of head distiller is ideal, but all applicants will be considered. Please send resumes and cover letter to kwillis@willis-connelly.com
  4. *****Edit: Thank you for your interest! I have found a new position.
  5. Hi friends. We at The Independent Distillery are currently expanding and are looking to add one or two an experienced distillerymen/distillery-woman to help us take it to the next level. We are currently in production of four spirits. 3 Gins & 1 Vodka. Our products have continued to gain a solid reputation and as we arerapidly growing with new distribution contract into 3 additional key states. We hope to fill this Key position asap. if interested please don't hesitate to reach out. *(must have a solid understanding of back office, fed & state compliance, inventory and production management and a desire to grown and be creative!)* kindly send questions resume to.( it will get to me faster) dnorth71@hotmail.com thanks, D. Northrup founder/CEO & lead janator The Independent Distillery llc.
  6. 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 and tasting room personnel. Position Responsibilities: · Assisting the Production Manager in all aspects of production at the distillery · Providing tours and tastings to customers that visit the distillery · Lead role in the entire packaging process with a keen eye for details to ensure high standards and consistency · Ensure that safety is a top priority when running the operations of the distillery and its equipment · Operational cleaning, maintenance and servicing of the distillery and its equipment General Responsibilities: · Timely and efficient execution of all work instructions, as reasonably requested · Respond to your managers requests promptly · Adherence to all stated OSHA procedures and practices · Cleaning of floors, bathrooms, Tasting Room and the production area so that the distillery is presentable and safety is maintained · Lifting up to ~50lbs, climbing and other physical activities required to complete distillery/warehouse operations · Preserve and protect the values of the company and support the mission of Golden Moon, while at work and off-duty · Laboratory work with a focus on quality assurance as required · Help develop Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for future production employees · Other general duties and actives as directed from time to time LOCAL CANDIDATES ARE PREFERRED (BUT WE WILL CONSIDER ANY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE)
  7. I would like to notify you of new opportunities we have opening up here at Grand Traverse Distillery in terms of whiskey production. Located in Traverse City we have been distilling Michigan grown grains since January of 2007. Starting with rye vodka we then expanded the line to include a variety of vodka products, whiskey, gin and rum. The past four years we have invested heavily in whiskey production, (100% straight rye whiskey and bourbon). Our Ole George 100% Straight Rye Whiskey is all rye, no corn or malted barley in the mash bill and has been awarded many top metals and best of category several years at the annual ADI meeting. Our current operation can supply all our clear spirit needs and we can put up around 200 53-gallon barrels of whiskey per year. In 2018 we have a new 2,500L whiskey still coming in from Holstein. This still can increase our production of whiskey well beyond our needs at this time and if we pick up five more fermentation tanks we would be able to distill around 600 53-gallon barrels per year. We have local farms that can supply our current and future grain requirements and with a local malting house only three miles from our distillery malted barley and malted rye needs are taken care of. What’s the bottom line? In 2018 and into the near future we have excess capacity for whiskey production. Are there distilleries that would be interested in contract whiskey distillation? If so let’s talk and see if we can help you increase your craft whiskey inventories. Just last fall we acquired an additional 5,000sf of barrel storage. Currently, we are aging over 650 barrels of whiskey and have room to age your spirit. If you choose we can also help your operation with aged product along with custom whiskey production. The advantage in doing this is you can have today the same spirit that in going into your new barrels. You are welcome to develop your own mash bill. Please contact me if you are interested in discussing possibilities. Kent Rabish KR@GrandTraverseDistillery.com
  8. Hey All, For the past 5 years we have been filling our bottles 375/750 with a Mori filler from TWC and love it. It's now time to upgrade and we are looking for a used bottling line We have a heat shrink tunnel on a conveyor but if it comes with one that's ok too. Would love it to have a corker. Thanks, Dave
  9. 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
  10. Company: Eastside Distilling Function: Production Employment Type: Full Time Industry: Spirits Job Title: Production Assistant Want an opportunity to work with a fun team in the beverage industry? We are line operators and production assistants at one of Oregon’s fastest growing distilleries. Job duties will include: Operating automatic machinery required by the bottling and canning line process Packaging bottles into cases and preparing pallets of finished product for shipment. Labeling bottles and boxes with attention to detail. Unloading and Loading of materials Communicate production updates and/or concerns to manager on a regular basis Additional tasks relevant to distillery processes including, but not limited to: cleaning/sanitizing, organizing storage space, labeling, barrel dumping, log keeping, bottling, etc. Required Skills: Fast learner Attention to detail & analytical skills Interpersonal & Superb communication skills able to lift 50lbs + 1+ year manufacturing experience Forklift/pallet jack experience (we can provide certification) 1+ year food/beverage production experience (warehouse experience counts) Able to work alone and with a team Ok with repetitive tasks Standing for long periods of time Basic problem solving Valid driver’s license This is a full-time position that starts at $12.50/hour. Hours to be determined at time of interview. But hiring for both day and swing shifts. If interested, please email your resume to recruiting@eastsidedistilling.com.
  11. This role has been filled! Got a lot of awesome reach-outs from this posting. I'm going to post our Lab Manager role here to share with all of you as well. Cheers! Templeton Rye Whiskey is opening a new distillery in Templeton, Iowa. We are looking for a Production Manager to join our team! If you're interested, email me at alexfigge@youngsmarket.com. Here are the specs: Templeton Rye is looking for a Production Manager with an Engineering or secondary education degree and at least 2 years of experience overseeing production in a similar role. The Production Manager is to plan, organize and control production to ensure that distilled spirits are being produced efficiently, on time and of acceptable quality. The Production Manager will report to the Operations Manager and oversee the whiskey production which includes grain receiving, cooking, fermentation, distillation and proofing. The Production Manager will also oversee Utilities (Boilers, Soft Water, RO water, compressed air, CIP and stillage treatment plant). DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: · Manages inventories of all raw goods needed for the production of spirits. · Receiving and offloading of grain (trucks and super sacks) · Schedule all milling, cooking, fermentation and distillation processes · Manage distillate inventories (tanks, barrels and in process) · Participate in quality panels · Oversee the utility systems including boilers, RO water, softeners and compressed air · Train employees on the process and required safety training · Oversee plant sanitation and food safety · Participate in community events · Troubleshoot equipment issues as needed · May perform additional duties assigned REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: · Engineering degree (process related field) or secondary education degree and at least 2 years of service in a similar role. · Communication Skills – ability to openly communicate with co-workers and management · Mechanical Skills – can perform minor repairs and adjustments of equipment as needed · Critical Thinking Ability – employee can perform moderate to difficult calculations to confidently carry out job expectations to meet the needs of the business · Integrity – Can hold themselves and others to the companies and own values. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: · 3+ years fermentation experience · 3+ years distillation experience · 5+ years supervisory experience · Experience with controls including tuning & troubleshooting · Demonstrated ability to lead a team
  12. Golden Moon Distillery will be hiring several additional production personnel within the next six months to support our expansion. We are looking for entry level personal and more experienced personnel. Candidates should have some experience in either brewing or distilling, with a basic knowledge of mashing and an basic understanding of what distilling is. Candidates with professional training and/or past experience working in a distillery are most welcome to apply as well. Please send resumes and inquiries to s.gould@gouldglobal.com Please DO NOT call the distillery asking questions.
  13. Hey Everybody! Very capable distiller looking for my next opportunity. I have experience: ●creating a wide array of award-winning spirits from start to finish and creating new recipes. (Mashing, fermentation, distillation, blending+gauging, aging) ●designing and optimizing facilities and equipment layouts ●bartending, giving tours and general customer service. I am currently in the Portland, Oregon area, but I am willing to relocate for the right opportunity. I am also fully available for consulting work if you need a hand with your current or future plans for your facility. Email or PM me with any further questions or if you would like to see my full resume. Thanks! Kyle kleclerc77@gmail.com
  14. To Whom It May Concern: My name is Nate Thompson. I recently finished an MBA program at the University of Southern California. My long-term career goal is to open my own distillery. In the meantime, I am looking for an opportunity to work full-time as a production operator and work toward becoming an operations manager to further hone my skillset and continue my education in the industry. My experience in spirits to date includes a work-study exchange with Hakkaisan Sake Brewery in Niigata, Japan, where my team reviewed the company’s struggling U.S. strategy, ultimately encouraging them to break ties with their current distributor, target fine-dining on-premise accounts, and invest heavily in exporting their shochu portfolio. I then worked for Castle Brands in New York as a summer intern, ostensibly acting as the assistant brand manager for Knappogue Castle and Jefferson’s Bourbon. I primarily worked to create a long-term brand plan for Knappogue 1951, retarget on-premise accounts, establish a sales incentive program, and pitch unorthodox marketing events. Following graduation from USC, I spent several weeks as a production intern at Smooth Ambler Spirits and PA Pure Distilleries to compliment several years of experience as a hobbyist. I have also recently started taking courses in thermodynamics, microbiology, and process mecahnics. Coupled with my graduate coursework and experience as a data analyst, I can assist with everything from mash cooks to sales reporting. Please take a look at my resume attached, and feel free to reach me at the contact info below if you have any questions. I am temporarily living in Portland, Maine, but willing to relocate. Thank you very much for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Nate Thompson natekthompson@gmail.com M: (207) 669-2687 Thompson Resume 10-6-2017.docx
  15. We are looking to incorporate a vitally important, senior level, dedicated, persistent hard working colleague onto our team. Someone who is singularly focused on making delicious products, growing the business and looking for new opportunities. We need a lead distiller to brew, ferment and distill whiskey in our state of the art facility. We have been open for 18 months and business is great. We have three products on the market and one more coming soon. We're pretty good distillers but looking for someone better than ourselves. Someone who is clean, meticulous, hungry and hard working. Is this you? Are you looking for a prominent company to join in a city where you can thrive personally amongst a group of fun, supportive co-workers? Email jobs@republicrestoratives.com Operations Production: -brew, ferment and distill bourbon and rye -incorporate as many locally sourced ingredients as possible -ensure a safe working environment for all staff and guests. -maintain an aggressive production schedule -maintain brewing, fermenting, distilling equipment -identify and order ingredients and equipment necessary for production (does not include spirits packaging) -collaborate with ownership on new product development -ongoing blending and proofing of spirits for new products Reporting -maintain daily production log -log all production and process using the stillhouse software -assemble monthly and quarterly operations reports that support the local, state and federal tax filing with the assistance of our business manager Administration -develop and update standard operating procedures for new and existing processes -hire and train assistant distillers -participate in distilling industry events, conferences and tours -represent Republic Restoratives at occasional industry events Salary commensurate with experience. Healthcare offered. Diverse candidates and women encouraged to apply! Email jobs@republicrestoratives.com
  16. CH Distillery in Chicago, Illinois is hiring a Distillery Team Member ASAP. Our product portfolio includes vodka, gin, bourbon, rum, and several liqueurs. Responsibilities may include every aspect of operations from milling, mashing, fermentation, and distillation to inventory management, bottling, labeling, and preparing and receiving shipments. This is a full-time, hourly position. Some flexibility of schedule is required such as evening shifts and, less frequently, weekend shifts. Applicants must have industry experience (distillery, brewery, or winery experience). Please send resumes/interest to Katie at kcote@chdistillery.com
  17. CH Distillery in Chicago, Illinois is hiring a Distillery Team Member ASAP. Our product portfolio includes vodka, gin, bourbon, rum, and several liqueurs. Responsibilities may include every aspect of operations from milling, mashing, fermentation, and distillation to inventory management, bottling, labeling, and preparing and receiving shipments. This is a full-time, hourly position. Some flexibility of schedule is required such as evening shifts and, less frequently, weekend shifts. Applicants must have industry experience (distillery, brewery, or winery experience). Please send resumes/interest to Katie at kcote@chdistillery.com
  18. Hi folks We're looking at multi shot production of gin on the smaller of our stills. My understanding is that for a x2 concentration multishot you would add twice the amount of botanicals to your standard charge (say 100 litres at 50% ABV). Once the new make spirit is collected this is diluted down with more alcohol before proofing to bottling strength. My instinct tells me that if the total spirit collected from our still was say 40 litres at 75% then we would add a further 30 litres of alcohol before proofing (40/100 x 75). Could anyone elaborate/confirm/deny. we are aware of other issue such as proportional scaling of ingredients etc. Any advice would be appreciated. Cheers - a cold distiller hugging his still to stay warm!
  19. Golden Moon is expanding and we are seeking individuals with brewing or distilling experience to join our production staff. These positions will be located at our distillery in Golden Colorado. Interested candidates should send their resume to s.gould@gouldglobal.com
  20. Location: UK - Padstow, Cornwall. Position: Permanent, full-time. Right to work in UK is required. Experienced distiller and production genius required to run all things booze related at SWD HQ near Padstow, in north Cornwall ** United Kingdom ** We are looking for a detail-orientated, highly-motivated and practical individual to operate and manage all aspects of production at our internationally-award winning gin and pastis distillery in north Cornwall. We’re a small, fast-growing and ambitious distillery looking to take the world by storm with our Tarquin’s Gin & Cornish Pastis. Since selling our first bottles back in July 2013, we’ve won gold medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2014 and 2016 and the International Wine & Spirits Competition 2014 We now have listings with several hundred accounts across the UK – including 5 star hotels and Michelin starred restaurants – and export to a dozen countries. With growth at over 100% year on year, we have huge plans for the next few years, and the future is looking bright. Apply here http://www.southwesterndistillery.com/distillery-operations-manager/
  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 rep. We are still a small start-up, so pay will be hourly and full-time with no benefits. Equity might be available for the right candidate. We are located in Durham, NC. Full job description is here on our website: https://brothersvilgalys.com/jobs/ email jobs@brothersvilgalys.com with your stuff
  22. Good day to all, I would like to inform the ADI community that I am seeking employment as an Assistant Distiller and willing to relocate from Northern California. Being a part of ADI is a community of craft distillers who stay in contact and network, so I thought I'd write this message to notify and get the word out. I want to learn everything I can and gain as much experience because I am a passionate individual in this field. My name is Raphaël Germain-Robin and I have worked as an apprentice assistant distiller at Stillwater Spirits through the American Distilling Institute (ADI) where I had received an internship through Bill Owens the President of ADI. Following that internship, I had my article published in the ADI newsletter. For 3 years I also worked part time as a cellar worker at Alambic, Inc. (Germain-Robin Brandy). I am looking to learn everything I can in all aspects of production from, whiskey, bourbon, rum, gin, brandy's, cognac, liquors, etc. Since 2015, I have been apprenticing with my father, Master Distiller and International Consultant Hubert Germain-Robin, absorbing information and learning from his knowledge of distilled spirits and the aging process, If you or know anybody who is perhaps looking for an Assistant Distiller please pass this message along and I will gladly email you my Resume for more information. I hope this message finds you in good 'Spirits'. Thank you for your time! Sincerely, ~ Raphaël Germain-Robin
  23. Bendistillery in Bend, Oregon is looking for a Distiller. We are seeking an experienced distiller to head up our Estate Spirits and Special Projects division. We are an established craft distillery offering a competitive salary and a dynamic work environment with lots of growth potential. The right person will be able to create his or her own job with tremendous freedom and flexibilty. Please contact Alan Dietrich at alan@bendistillery.com for more information.
  24. Finger Lakes Distilling is currently in need of a Production Assistant to work at our facility in Burdett, NY (just north of Watkins Glen). We are seeking a highly motivated, mechanically-minded team player to help with the production of our diverse line-up of spirits. The Production Assistant will work directly with our Distiller and Operations Manager in tasks such as moving and keeping inventory of raw materials and finished products, general upkeep of production areas, and record keeping. Attention to detail and the ability to handle multiple tasks at one time are critical to the success of these job duties. Qualifications: Strong mechanical skills Competency with Microsoft Office Vineyard/Winery/Brewery/Distillery experience recommended Experience operating a forklift recommended References required. Please email resume and cover letter to jobs@fingerlakesdistilling.com
  25. Skip Rock Distillers in Snohomish, WA (North of Seattle) is looking for a distillery production intern. We are a family owned craft distillery that takes a farm to bottle approach on everything we do. That means sourcing rye, potatoes, berries, apples and walnuts from local farmers. We then take those raw materials and mash, ferment, distill, and age all of our products at our distillery in the heart of Snohomish's Downtown Historic District. The intern will work closely with the Skip Rock team to learn the following skills: Distillation of Spirits Management of Different Mashes and Fermentations Product Development Barreling and Aging Labeling and Bottling Warehousing of Spirits and Supplies Sanitation and Cleaning Product testing and evaluation Potential to explore a specific spirits production topic We produce potato vodka, grain vodka, rye whiskey, bourbon, various fruit and nut liqueurs, rum and gin. We have won numerous awards and have been in business since 2009. We use a Kothe still and have a pilot system for yeast trials, recipe development and other needs. Requirements: Be at least 21 years of age Interest in learning and building experience in small distillery operations Be on time and ready to learn Be able to lift at least 50 pounds Must be able to lift, stoop, kneel, climb and walk without issue; must be able to stand for extended periods of time Must have reliable transportation Must possess current, personal health insurance Prior knowledge of the brewing and distillation process is appreciated but not required Must not have a prior felony conviction or charge; be ready for a background check Additional requirements may arise at any time Technically, this is a “trainee” position where you will be able to learn a great deal about distilling and the craft spirits industry. Students at a university/college program might be able to obtain credit for this internship and we will work with you to help with that. The intern would be expected to be at the distillery 25-40 hours/week depending on schedules. We are typically in production Monday - Saturday, 9:00-5:00pm. This internship is open to start immediately and run for three months in duration. Upon successful completion a stipend will be awarded depending on hours completed. Email us for additional information or to send in a cover letter and resume. Skip Rock Distillers, 104 Ave C, Snohomish, WA 98290. info@skiprockdistillers.com Cheers!
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