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Hi there! My name is Colin Coan, from the Berkshire Mtn. Distillers in Western MA. I've been lurking around this forum for awhile and thought I would introduce myself today. Three years ago...after being a brewer for over ten years I made the change into the world of distillation. It's been an intresting journey! I've found adiforums to be a very helpful resource and hope to become more involved. I've been able to meet a few of you and looking forward to meeting many more! Cheers.

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Hi there! My name is Colin Coan, from the Berkshire Mtn. Distillers in Western MA. I've been lurking around this forum for awhile and thought I would introduce myself today. Three years ago...after being a brewer for over ten years I made the change into the world of distillation. It's been an intresting journey! I've found adiforums to be a very helpful resource and hope to become more involved. I've been able to meet a few of you and looking forward to meeting many more! Cheers.

Welcome, Where are you located and which spirits do you produce? Do you have a web site?

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Hi Colin. Congrats on the write up in the New York Times. I hope it assists in sales/exposure and wonder whether you and other business owners helped to facilitate the NYT travel writer by highlighting points of interest and creating a 'tour' of the area for the author/reader or if the author happened to make contact on their own. Either way, fellow members might view this article as a model for introducing their products to local media and and target markets.

http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/travel/22journeys.html

All the best.

Doug

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Hi Colin. Congrats on the write up in the New York Times. I hope it assists in sales/exposure and wonder whether you and other business owners helped to facilitate the NYT travel writer by highlighting points of interest and creating a 'tour' of the area for the author/reader or if the author happened to make contact on their own. Either way, fellow members might view this article as a model for introducing their products to local media and and target markets.

http://travel.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/travel/22journeys.html

All the best.

Doug

Hi Doug, it was a nice article. Great for BMD, craft distilling in general, the other companies featured and ofcoarse the Berkshires. There is a great sense of community here and we support local as often as possible. I believe the author is from the Berkshires originally and contacted companies on his own. Thanks for the post. Cheers, Colin.
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