Silver Spur Spirits

Washington Distiller
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About Silver Spur Spirits

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  • Real Name
    Robert Clendenen
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Monroe
  • Distiller Status
    Licensed Distiller
  • DSP Number
    DSP-WA-21091
  • Interests
    Fine spirits, antique guns, horses, pigs, horseshoeing, action movies, and spending quality time with friends and family.
  1. Just received DSP/WSLCB

    Sorry for the double post.
  2. Just received DSP/WSLCB

    Thought I would put it out there and yell it from the roof top of our distillery. We received our DSP-WA-21091 on the 10th of May and got our WSLCB permit on the 18th of May. We are a micro-farm distillery located in Monroe, WA and have plans to make aged Corn Whisky, Bourbon and a few other spirits in the future. My wife, Shannon and I have met a few of you already and hope to met more of you in the future. Thanks to all that have helped us with all our questions and gave encouragement along the way.
  3. Just received DSP/WSLCB

    Thought I would put it out there and yell it from the roof top of our distillery. We received our DSP-WA-21091 on the 10th of May and got our WSLCB permit on the 18th of May. We are a micro-farm distillery located in Monroe, WA and have plans to make aged Corn Whisky, Bourbon and a few other spirits in the future. My wife, Shannon and I have met a few of you already and hope to met more of you in the future. Thanks to all that have helped us with all our questions and gave encouragement along the way.
  4. 2SSB5353 Update! !

    Well, 2SSB5353 has passed the House of Representatives yesterday 94 yeas, 3 nays. It's back to the Senate for them to approve the "strike" of samples at farmers markets. I don't think there will be any problems with that and then it's off to the Governor desk for signing. Thanks to everyone who has been a part of getting this bill through legislature.
  5. The Senate Bill 5353 passed the House of Representatives yesterday 94 yeas, 3 nays. It's back to the Senate to have them ok the House changes to the bill. Then to the Governor desk for signing. Thanks to all that put the effort in for all of us.

  6. UPDATE: Senate Bill 5353 & House Bill 1976

    Well Folks, As of today at 5 p.m. the Senate Bill 5353, "PASSED" with 40 "Yes" and 9 "No". It now has to go thru the House of Reps. Hopefully it fly's thru them and go's to the Gov. desk to be signed. I'll keep everyone posted as it happens. For all of you that help make this happen; my deepest "THANK YOU!" Robert Clendenen
  7. UPDATE: Senate Bill 5353 & House Bill 1976

    As of March 9th the 2SSB5353 is on the calendar for the 2nd reading of the Senate. Please go to the WDG Facebook page and look for the newsletter with the "CALL TO ACTION" in it and act NOW. It has to be read and passed by 5:00 p.m Wednesday the 11th. That's less than 24 hours folks.
  8. UPDATE: Senate Bill 5353 & House Bill 1976

    Hello Everyone, I know that I have not done my proper introduction on the forum, but, I have meet some of you at the last Guild meeting. As some of you know I have been following, testifying (with Justin, Jason, and John) in Olympia and writing all the Senators involved with the Senate Committees pushing for these bills to be heard, read, and passed. I would also like to say "Thank You!" to Jason from Copperworks and Justin from Heritage and all the others for all their hard work on these bills. As of Friday February 27th Senate Bill 5353 has gotten a "DO PASS" from the majority in the Ways and Means Committee and has moved to the next stage of the process which is the Rules Committee. They can either pass it on to the schedule to be heard by the Senate Floor or let it die there. I have written all 20 Senators and the Lt. Gov. that sit on this committee asking them to advance it to the Floor to be voted on, and I urge every one of you to take the time and do the same. The more collective voices they hear the harder it is for them to ignore them. I have attached a copy of 2SSB 5353 for all to read. If you are feeling up to writing the Senators, Google: Washington State Legislature, go to Home, then Legislative Committees, then Senate Committees drop down, then select Rules, then you can select Committee Members (that will give you a complete list of the member), then select one of the members of the committee and that will hook you up to their e-mail, start writing and let them know. They are here to serve us, the people. One thing for sure, I have gotten great responses from a number of the Senators in support of this bill. As far as, House Bill 1976. I haven't seen it move in the House Committees. Maybe Justin or Jason can update us further on this one. I have also attached a copy of HB 1976 far all to read. It is the same as the bill in the Senate but is going through the House of Representatives. I hope to meet all of you soon and look for me in the intros. Robert Clendenen 5353-S2.pdf 1976-S.pdf