A Letter to Craft Distillers

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At Brooks Grain, we have been supplying high quality grain to distillers for decades. In that time, we have learned how to select the highest quality product at the best prices possible. We have also learned how to get our product to our distillers quickly and effectively.

As a craft distiller, you have a lot on the line. In order to produce your product, your suppliers must be dependable. There is nothing more critical to your business than turning over your inventory. We understand that waiting for ingredients to come in is not an option.

That’s why we have implemented a logistical system that is both highly efficient in getting our product to you quickly while also being cost effective. With over 50 years of experience selling grain products to distilleries, we have learned a thing or two about excellent service and maintaining an exceptional product.

Do us (and yourself) a favor and ask around about our reputation. We’re confident you’ll find that we are highly esteemed among craft distillers. We have relationships with business partners that have been around for as long as our company has been in existence. Maintaining relationships for this long is not something that happens by chance. Our staff is absolutely committed to providing you with the highest quality grain along with the best service in the industry.

Your supplier is critical to your success. Before making a decision of this magnitude, we encourage you to do your research. If you have questions, contact us. We are readily available and happy to answer any questions you might have. At Brooks Grain, we know that once you talk with us you’ll feel at ease about selecting your supplier. With our extensive experience, we can help you solve potential problems before you even run into them.

 

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