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Apr 29, 2015 2:44 EST

Bloomery Plantation Distillery: With our sweet spin on moonshine, we’ve polished up an old tradition, creating award-winning, world-class liqueurs that range in proof from 8° to 70°

iCrowdNewswire - Apr 29, 2015

Bloomery Plantation Distillery

Charles Town, WV 25414, US
Consumer Products
www.bloomerysweetshine.com

Seeking 120 investors/$5,000 min. — $600,000/10% equity.

With our sweet spin on moonshine, we’ve polished up an old tradition, creating award-winning, world-class liqueurs that range in proof from 8° to 70°.

At Bloomery Plantation Distillery, we take a stand against boring unadventurous drinking, so we set on a mission to break away from this. For starters we went back, way back, to the way the old timer’s used to do it. They would flavor their moonshine with real fruit and sugar for a smoother, more palatable ‘shine. Bloomery’s all natural SweetShines® are made the way the old timer’s used to do it, by hand, with 190-proof corn likker, pure cane sugar and farm fresh ingredients. We grow lemons, yes, lemons in West by God Virginia! And Hawaiian ginger, raspberries, black walnuts and pumpkins. What we don’t grow we try to source from other small American family farms. Farm to table. Garden to glass. Our farm-fresh ingredients are hand-picked, hand chopped, hand zested or hand squeezed. Why do we do it? Flavor! All natural flavor. And it really shows.

The Distillery opened in September, 2011 and has amassed 20 international medals. It is located 2 miles east of Charles Town, WV, and is situated on a 12-acre parcel of land where the Shenandoah River meets the Blue Ridge Mountains. Our production and tasting room experience take place in a rural two-story 50’x 16’ historic log cabin in the woods. We deliver a WOW experience in that tiny tasting room, and wherever we go for that matter. From our award-winning labels and SweetShines®, to our traveling road show, we are unique, exclusive, all natural and farm-fresh. Just the bare essentials. Beautifully focused and stark-ravingly good.

Although our all natural cordials are made by hand, the old-fashioned way, it’s not to say we think small. We are scalable in every sense of the word, and have detailed plans to take our history, hooch and hospitality to the national market.

Products / Services

All natural liqueurs made from fruit, roots and nuts.

We are the only craft distiller in America whose complete focus is on making a line of all natural, farm-fresh cocktail liqueurs. Garden to glass—from farm fresh ingredients that we grow.. What we don’t grow we try to seek out and up source to organic whenever possible. Our mission is to support small family farms, non-gmo and best management practices. Whatever goes inside our bottle was responsibly produced by those working on the outside. Currently we produce 9 skus : Limoncello, Cremma Lemma “Moonshine Milkshake,” Raspberry Lemon, Hard Lemonade, Chocolate Raspberry, Peach ‘Shine, Ginger, Black Walnut and a seasonal Pumpkin Spice.

Management

Chief Operating Officer
Linda Losey

Linda LoseyLinda has provided the vision for and direction of the company, including facility restoration, product ideas, packaging and cordial formulations. She continues to oversee production, scheduling, quality control and product delivery. While working with officials to interpret regulations to be applied to the Company’s operations, Linda earned the trust of state and local regulators as someone who lives up to her word for what the company will do while negotiating courses of action that the Company will take; maximizing the benefit inured by the Company. Qualifications: Linda is a results-oriented, innovative and creative Communication Professional with accomplishments in marketing, public relations, resource development and strategic planning. Linda never quits. As the result of a promise made to her youngest son Sam before his tragic death in 2004, Linda became the first woman to ride across America, alone, on horseback, using much of the American Discovery Trail.

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