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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,
  2. Our distillery was acquired earlier this year by a venture capital group. The new group does not have an interest in producing nor retaining our vodka formulas so I am offering them for sale to the forum. Specifically, we have the following formulas for sale: 1. Premium Vodka/80 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash 2. Vanilla Vodka/70 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash and proprietary, all-natural flavor recipe 3. Raspberry Vodka/70 proof/triple distilled/charcoal filtered for 96 hours/100% corn mash and pro
  3. 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
  4. Seeking candidates for a distiller lead role with young distillery. Please contact markganter@littlewaterdistillery.com with questions and/or resumes.
  5. A member asked me to elaborate on my going out of business. It's the same story that you hear every day. Money. To go beyond the hobbyist stage, the business requires intensive capital. Capital I didn't have nor could get. AMS was on the verge of breaking out but with circumstances and events beyond my control we (I) failed. Problems: (In my case are as follows) 1. Lack of experience in the liquor industry. 2. Not knowing what you don't know, that you don't know to even ask about. 3 State ABC system. Just because you read the state laws, over and over, it never ment
  6. Here's one for the whole peanut gallery. So I consider myself a huge research geek. I will read and research things to death. But as much as I read and gather info...every issue I answer seems to spawn 5 new questions. Here's the question...what have been the biggest surprises or unknowns as you've gone through the buildout and startup of your distilleries. I feel like I am just waiting for that one big 'uh oh, I never even thought of that'. Thanks in advance.
  7. Brandywine Branch Distillers in Eastern PA now offers an affordable and comprehensive option for people who require contract bottling or who are interested in starting their own small brands. Vodka is the initial focus but other spirits are available. Consultation is also available on all levels of compliance, marketing and industry specific details from experienced (30 + years) industry experts with proven track records. Let us help you move into the complicated liquor industry with a minimum of stress, a maximum amount of knowledge and a product line you can be proud to offer. Prt
  8. Hi, I'm down here in NC and in the process of starting a distillery.. I've run quite a few businessess before with varying degrees of success. I have a feel for the effort behind starting a distillery, especially the sales cycle. In the back of my mind I have a feeling that the spirits business is more of a passion than a profit. Meaning making some money (profit) is doable, but making great money is extremly difficult. And great money being anything more than minimum wage when you're putting in probably 60 - 80hr weeks. So to put a sharp point on the discussion, if on a regular basis you w
  9. Available for immediate pick-up in Northern New Jersey we have an unused 6 plate vodka turn key 26 gallon still from Hillbilly Stills with special made 14" gin basket, 3" taylor dial thermometer, thermometer boiler adapter, clamps, gaskets, controller, original paperwork with DVD. $3,000 if picked up. Add shipping if needing delivery. Additionally, we have two 27 gallon heated/cooling conical fermenters with insulation. $5000 for both. Add shipping if needing delivery.
  10. ]I am looking to sell a great property that is ideal for a distillery. Located in Mineral Point, WI this 23,000 sf property has: 3,200 sf production building, Extensive warehousing, Storefront tasting room with veranda and garden, 2700 sf upscale apartment, and much more. See all details at: www.mineralpoint111.com Contact: Ulrich Sielaff ulrich.sielaff@gmail.com (608) 712-7770
  11. After digging into many posts related to start ups, production, volume, sales, etc., I cannot locate any data - anecdotal OK - related to the amount of production / distribution (whether self or through distributor) / tasting room sales, etc. that a start up distillery had in Y1 and a comparison of same to Y2 or Y3. I'm not talking revenue - just cases (or bottles/barrels put up if applicable). I'm close to receiving approval on a loan for a small downtown (town=6000 people) Main Street location distillery and tasting room in (touristy) CO. I plan to produce vodka and two liqueurs and have
  12. Hello to all! I was at Tito's from 1998-2002 helping Tito start up the monster that he has today. Do I miss the business? Absolutely. Just like moonshining, it gets in your blood, the smell of the alcohol burning off, the steamy rooms, labeling, stacking the cases, and putting them in the trucks on the pallets was awesome and I am very proud of what we set up and what Tito has accomplished from the meager start he had down in Austin Tx. Best wishes to all of you.
  13. Call or email for help. John Couchot 503-577-6610 j_couchot@hotmail.com Overview: Developed award winning sprits and beer recipes Started floor malting facility and micro malt roasting. Manger of distillery and brewery operations Worked with multiple outside partners to create new beers. Find and source local and novel grains and adjuncts for brewing Brewing experience includes sake, cider, wine and meads. Experience with set up, maintenance and repair of brewery and distilling equipment Professional Experience: 2/06 – 9/12 Rogue Ales Newport, Oregon Master Distiller Head
  14. After digging into many posts related to start ups, production, volume, sales, etc., I cannot locate any data - anecdotal OK - related to the amount of production / distribution (whether self or through distributor) / tasting room sales, etc. that a start up distillery had in Y1 and a comparison of same to Y2 or Y3. I'm not talking revenue - just cases (or bottles/barrels put up if applicable). I'm close to receiving approval on a loan for a small downtown (town=6000 people) Main Street location distillery and tasting room in (touristy) CO. I plan to produce vodka and two liqueurs and have
  15. Hi everyone, I'm still in the process of building a startup plan for a micro in southern NH. I've been thinking about having a local mico-brewery do my mashing,fermenting,etc and then tank transport it to my facility. Or maybe just do the mashing and I do the fermenting (might be easier from a legal standpoint). Eventually I want to do it all but in the startup phase this might be a better way to do it. II'd like to work with a local brewer with my recipe specs and create small 100~200 gallon beer batches a week. Searching the ADI forums I have found similar posts but they are a bit
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