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If you’re in the distillery business, here’s something to raise your spirits.


Lines of Business

Minimum Guidelines:

  • Values under $5,000,000 per location

  • Rural environment

  • Free standing building (i.e. distillery is sole occupant) with at least 15 feet separation from neighboring buildings

  • Explosion proof electric connections (outlets / switches) and pumps within a 10’ radius around still

  • Appropriate ventilation system

  • Barrel storage separate from still room

We provide all lines of insurance for distillery operations including:

  • Buildings

  • Business Property & Equipment

  • Inventory

  • Contamination

  • Leakage

  • Tanks & Barrels

  • Transit Coverage

  • Equipment Breakdown

  • Specialized Loss Valuation

  • Product Withdrawal Expense

  • General Liability

  • Liquor Liability

  • Pollution Liability

  • Cyber Risk

  • Commercial Auto

  • Employment Practices Liability

Enhance Your BUSINESS Protection With Think Twice

With insurance in place, the second half of the equation must involve proactive front of house policies that prove due diligence related to your alcohol service.

The increasing number of successful lawsuits against bar operators suggest much more than state minimums are needed, implement a loss prevention program of substance, The HL Group + Think Twice.

Consistent documentation after an incident can be a cornerstone in the defense of your business. The Think Twice Incident Log Book makes it easy for service teams to complete this task and get back to taking care of customers.

Breathalyzers are used by law enforcement to arrest people, so it makes sense for the public to understand and use this technology as a prevention tool. A Think Twice single-use breathalyzer that does not read above 0.08% BAC, making it perfect for the hospitality industry.

Practical tools to reduce liquor liability for alcohol serving establishments. Learn more about DUI prevention from Think Twice.

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