Datum: 11 september 2022 om 08:54:57 CEST
Aan: Veronika van Eijk firstname.lastname@example.org
Onderwerp: Thank you
Good morning Veronica and Odin
I would just like to thank you, and all those at IStill, for an amazing week and a brilliant course. You are supported by a fantastic team, and I would particularly like to hail Sebastian, Willem and William as the “triumphant triad” driving the course.
Sasha and I look forward to seeing you in London in a few weeks time and once again quite simply, thank you.
Do you want to participate at the industry’s best educational program? We have a new course planned from November 14th till November 17th. In Amsterdam, at iStill HQ. If you want to register, please reach out to Veronika@iStillmail.com!
The gist of it
The current macro-economic environment creates a big opportunity for American distillers. As the Euro has become cheaper over the last year, relative to the dollar, purchasing an iStill has become significantly more affordable.
The iStill 2000 Hybrid costs EUR 90,000.-. At the “old” exchange rate per January 1st 2022, with one Euro costing USD 1.15, this translated into a purchase costs in dollars of USD 103,500.-.
Given that the current exchange rate for the Euro is about USD 1.00 instead of USD 1.15, buying in Euro’s has become a lot cheaper. The EUR 90,000.- iStill 2000 Hybrid now only costs USD 90,000.-.
There you have it: a BIG opportunity for American distillers to buy iStills at a discount. Where the iStill 2000 Hybrid would have costed you USD 103,500.- a little over half a year ago, it now sets you back only USD 90,000.-. Your savings? USD 13,500.-! If you want to take advantage of this opportunity, please reach out to us via Esther@iStillmail.com …
We are helping a new whisky distillery open its doors! Where? In Croatia!
Here’s a picture of the pumps being picked up …
And technical drawings of their 2000 liter iStill Potstill with custom riser and bridge …
As the world’s leading manufacturer of craft distilling equipment, we ship more and more of our equipment around the globe. Here are some more distilleries that can expect their iStills soon:
- Various iStills Mini to customers on all continents
- An iStill 200 for an Estonian distillery
- Two iStills 500, one goes to Sweden, the other to Croatia
- An iStill 2000 that’ll go to the USA
Do you want to educate yourself on advanced distilling solutions? Visit us via http://www.iStill.com!
Ari, Authors Distillery’s Master Distiller, is from Finland and he is very happy with his iStill 2000:
“Playing with the i2000 and making GNS from gin tails. What a machine!”
Damir Radica, who owns a gin and grappa distillery and an iStill 500, situated in Croatia, adds to that:
“Tails are a source of gold when you use an Istill !”
An interesting story on a Scottish iStillery that makes Absinth and more:
Jon owns and runs The Foundry Brewery & Distillery in Canterbury. Want to learn more about their gin and rum? Yes you do! Do you want to learn more on how experience can help you grow your brand? Use the link underneath to listen and dive in deeper …