I'm a Distributor...

Can I use my own consolidator?
Yes, you may use your own consolidator. For more information regarding this, please contact our logistics company.

Do you have a warehouse on the east coast?
At this time, we do not have an east coast warehouse. We are currently looking for an east coast partner.

Do you have an order minimum?
Our order minimum is 1 pallet (equivalent to 55 cases of mix-and-matched product).

How will I benefit by selling this product in my state?
Our unique line of fermented spirits and signature mixes will open up more potential customers to your current client base, mainly those establishments with a Beer & Wine license, who are looking for an alternative to distilled spirits.

What type of support do you provide for distributors?
We attend and participate in general sales meetings and team meetings to help train your sales representatives. We also ride with sales representatives on their routes to help them work their market. We have seasonal point of sale items that will help your team better assist accounts.

What type of point of sale do you offer?
Please refer to our Marketing page for a list of available POS.

When will my order be shipped?
Depending on the size of your order and our availability of the product, your order will be shipped out within 15 days of receipt of your purchase order. To track the status of your order, please contact our logistics company.

How do I track my order?
To track the status of your order, please contact our logistics company.

What logistics companies do you work with?
Our logistics company is San Gabriel Valley Warehouse. They deal with many independent carriers to get you the best rate.

What determines my freight?
LTL (less than truckload) freight cost is determined by several factors: number and dimension(s) of pallets, freight classification (commodity being shipped), and destination zip code

UPS, Fed Ex, or any other package delivery service rates are determined by number, size, and weight of packages and their destination zip code.

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