Limited Time Investment Opportunity

Investment Offering

Pouring Riches:

How Premium Whiskey is
Crafting Overnight Billionaires

The market is rough and you look like you
need a drink.

Not just any drink, an oak-cask-aged premium American whiskey, which has a history of outperforming the returns of the S&P.

Securities Type

Common Stock

Offering Type

Regulation A+

Price per Share

$1.75

Min. Investment

$500

The Billionaire Blend

How Investing in Premium Whiskey Is Making People Rich

The Stock Market is full of mind dazzling tech investments that, like the latest fads, come and go, but unique investments, with strong numbers, substantial growth potential, and limited downside risk, from inflation or recessions, are more difficult to find.

Gold has always been the go-to alternative investment for gentlemen with means, but with the metal hovering in a tight channel over the last few years, it has become stagnant and is likely to pullback from its recent highs.

Gold probably won’t make you 300% from here, but Spirits Capital might.

Investor Rewards Share Bonus

1st 300 shareholders receive a 5% share bonus

~ The next 200 shareholders that invest $1,500 or more get 5% share bonus ~

*Will be added to the 5% if  you are one of our first 300 shareholders

Fine Whiskey vs Mainstream Assets

Investor Rewards Gift Bonus

  • $1,000 – Receive a SCC logo flask.
  • $2,500 – Receive set of 4 SCC logo Glencairn Glasses.
  • $5,000 – Receive an SCC logo mini whiskey barrel and set of 4 SCC logo Glencairn Glasses.
  • $7,500 – Receive an SCC logo decanter with set of 4 bourbon whiskey glasses.
  • $10,000 – Receive an SCC logo mini whiskey barrel and SCC logo decanter with set of 4 bourbon whiskey glasses.
  • $15,000 – Receive an invitation for 2 to attend a private whiskey tasting event at a distillery and surprise gift.
  • $25,000 – Airfare & 2 nights hotel and a tour of Southern Distilling with a private whiskey tasting and surprise gift.
  • $50,000 – A private tasting for 10 people with a whiskey sommelier at a local restaurant and surprise gift.

Not actual gifts shown

Market Stats & Financials

Top Investment


Some Rare Premium Whiskeys can be like Pouring Liquid Gold!

According to Louisville Business First, American Whiskey is now the third largest liquor category, in the US, at $5.1 billion in 2022 estimated revenues, a 10.5% Y-o-Y increase.

Polaris Research values the 2022 global Whiskey market at $83 billion and projects it to be worth $146 billion, by 2030, which is just after the new barrels will be aged, presuming they are bought in 2024 with funds from this offering.

Some other experts, like Future Market Insights set their sights even higher, projecting the market to hit $270 million, by 2033, growing at a 12% CAGR.

Whiskey is undergoing a worldwide growth spurt, especially in Asia and Latin America, where younger well-to-do connoisseurs are driving global demand and premium product scarcity.

According to Spirits Capital’s business plan, the company intends to purchase up to 30,000 barrels of Premium American Whiskey in 2024, with more than 65,000 in inventory by 2026.

The company is projecting 24-cents a share in 2026 earnings, combined with 135 million shares OS and a median P.E. multiple of 20, so the stock could be worth $6 or more per share.

Premium American Whiskey outperformed the S&P by +68% over last 10 years, but whiskey didn’t just outperform the S&P, it handily beat out most global equities, while being less volatile than real estate or gold.

The Premium Whiskey Market is expected to continue its bull run, and whiskey savants like you could profit handsomely from your Spirits Capital shares purchased at only $1.75.

How do we know the Premium American Whiskey is “Premium”?

Your CEO, Todd Sanders, has been involved in the boutique venture capital markets for more than 20 years, during which he consulted dozens of private and public companies with enterprise values of over $4 Billion. He assembled a team of professionals who are experts at building companies that create shareholder value.

Sanders positioned Spirits Capital so that everyday folks could participate in a previously un-investable asset and is wisely positioning Spirits Capital for a future IPO.

In addition to the breadth of knowledge Todd and his team brings to the table, Todd has cultivated a vast network of experts in the field of whiskey distillery and production and has agreements in place to fulfill his “premium” qualifications. The Premium American Whiskey Spirits is purchasing, could be turned into Rye Whiskey or Bourbon which have legal definitions which must be adhered to.

American Whiskey is a stable, secure, and recession-proof asset — and there are few investments that not only get better with time but that are resistant to calamity, crisis, and conflict.

Better than Gold, Whiskey is Booming!

We Appreciate GREAT Clients

Invest $500 Today

Spirits Capital has already raised more than

$6 million

and the first casks are beginning to age, so your money is going to buy more Premium American Whiskey!

Whiskey Prices Are Rising as Investors Increasingly Park Their Money in Spirits

The secret’s out now; even Bloomberg called whiskey one of the top “Hot Alternative Investments”

The Rare Whiskey Icon 100 Index grew by 391%, from 2012 to 2022, while the Knight Frank Luxury Index (KFLI), which tracks the price of luxury investment sectors, reported in 2020 that premium whiskey value has grown 564% in the last ten years overall.

An investment in rare whiskey returned more than 300% over the last decade

We all know it’s Rare to see over 300% Returns on anything!

The risk/reward ratio is stellar, as the investment round will procure a highly sought after and liquid commodity in a growing market. The share price will be supported by hard assets, aging in oak barrels to be shared and celebrated with friends and loved ones.

A history of oaky aged flavors, where time is your friend and adults of all ages raise a glass to celebrate new beginnings and time gone by, an Investment in Premium American Whiskey.

A History that, in 2022, boasted $5.1 billion in sales and a 5% increase year over year.

“George Washington’s Rye Whiskey uses the same recipe today, as the president did in the 1700’s at Mt Vernon Estates. “

Today’s technology amalgamated with yesterday’s distinguished gentlemen to bring you a straightforward investment that’s meant to savor your appetite for old world values, class, traditions, and mouthwatering profits for savvy investors.

This is an alternative investment that is a pour above all others, and until now, it was unavailable for investors like you. Reserved for Celebrities like George Clooney, Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Renolds, Conner McGregor, and others who made hundreds of millions investing in creating premium spirits brands.

Now, thanks to Spirits Capital Corporation’s offering, you can claim ownership in Premium American whiskeys that are aging in oak casks and being prepared for sale to America’s largest brands.

Spirits Capital opened the opportunity spigot to investors who want a piece of this alternative investment class, a door that historically has only been open to the ultra wealthy and investment funds.  

All you need is $500 to stake a claim in Spirits Capital

Which is setting up to take Wall Street by storm as it prepares itself for what will be, once approved, one of the hottest IPOs to hit the market.

With more than $6 million in capital raised, your chance to own a piece of this unique Premium American Whiskey Portfolio company will only be available until this offer is fully funded.

Tell everyone you know about this offering; $500 gets you 285* common shares of stock at $1.75 each, they will thank you later!

We Appreciate GREAT Whiskey

Invest $500 Today

The Company & Team


Spirits Capital provides investors with a secure way to capitalize on the growth in value of premium American whiskey while it matures in the barrel. When fresh whiskey is first poured, it must age over the course of several years to achieve its full value. By working directly with premium U.S. distillers, we’ve created a unique investment that enables investors to participate in that double-digit growth during the aging period with a clear time frame and exit strategy. We’ve integrated whiskey and technology experts to bring our customers the finest premium product and value through secure and transparent transactions.

Management

Todd Sanders

Todd Sanders

CHAIRMAN & CEO

Todd Sanders is our Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He is intensely entrepreneurial, with extensive knowledge of the small to medium size enterprise market. Mr. Sanders has been one of the largest beneficial shareholders and has held various senior executive and advisory positions with several companies.

Reza Hashemi

Reza Hashemi

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Reza Hashemi is our CTO. He is an Edison award winner, inventor and entrepreneur specializing in AI & Web3 solutions. Reza has an extensive experience in executive positions which has allowed him to bridge the gap between the tech and business worlds.

Michael D. Weydemuller

Michael D. Weydemuller

CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER

Michael D. Weydemuller is the Chief Investment Officer of Spirits Capital Corporation and CEO of Trusttax Compliance Network. Michael oversees our Cask Investment Deed product. He has over 25 years of experience in individual, corporate and trust taxation as well as Corporate Accounting.

Jonathan Thomas

Jonathan Thomas

CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER

Jonathan Thomas is the Chief Marketing Officer for Spirits Capital Corporation. Mr. Thomas is a marketing and communications professional with more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry.

Advisory Board

Advisor

Jamee Natella

Advisor

Michael Shoer

Advisor

Neil Sahota

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ


  • What is the share price?

    The cost is $1.75 per share.

    What is the Minimum investment size?

    Minimum investment of $500.

    Why invest in startups?

    Regulation CF allows investors to invest in startups and early-growth companies. This is different from helping a company raise money on Kickstarter; with Regulation CF Offerings, you aren’t buying products or merchandise – you are buying a piece of a company and helping it grow.

    How much can I invest?

    Accredited investors can invest as much as they want. But if you are NOT an accredited investor, your investment limit depends on either your annual income or net worth, whichever is greater. If the number is less than $124,000, you can only invest 5% of it. If both are greater than $124,000 then your investment limit is 10%.

    How do I calculate my net worth?

    To calculate your net worth, just add up all of your assets and subtract all of your liabilities (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence). The resulting sum is your net worth.

    What are the tax implications of an equity crowdfunding investment?

    We cannot give tax advice, and we encourage you to talk with your accountant or tax advisor before making an investment.

    Who can invest in a Regulation A, Tier 2 Offering?

    Anyone over the age of 18 can invest. 

    What do I need to know about early-stage investing? Are these investments risky?

    There will always be some risk involved when investing in a startup or small business. And the earlier you get in the more risk that is usually present. If a young company goes out of business, your ownership interest could lose all value. You may have limited voting power to direct the company due to dilution over time. You may also have to wait about five to seven years (if ever) for an exit via acquisition, IPO, etc. Because early-stage companies are still in the process of perfecting their products, services, and business model, nothing is guaranteed. That’s why startups should only be part of a more balanced, overall investment portfolio. Please see our Form C filed with the SEC for a more detailed evaluation of the risks of investing.

    When will I get my investment back?

    The Shares of the Company are not currently publicly traded. As a result, the shares cannot be easily traded or sold. As an investor in a private company, you typically look to receive a return on your investment under the following scenarios: The Company gets acquired by another company. The Company goes public (makes an initial public offering). In those instances, you receive your pro-rata share of the distributions that occur, in the case of acquisition, or you can sell your shares on an exchange. These are both considered long-term exits, taking approximately 4-7 years (and often longer) to see the possibility for an exit. It can sometimes take years to build companies. Sometimes there will not be any return, because of business failure.

    Though the company is currently trading as a public company, the liquidity is virtually zero. As a result, the shares cannot be easily traded or sold. In investor would look for liquidity of their purchased Shares under the following scenarios: The Company gets acquired by another company. The Company Uplists or can re-engage investor liquidity via strong business achievements that would come with investment. In an acquisition the investor will receive their pro-rata share of the distributions that occur, in the case of the Stock becoming liquid Shares can be traded on an exchange. While acquisition is considered a long-term exit, taking approximately 4-7 years (and often longer), an Uplisting or re-engagement of investors on the current exchange can be a mid-term exit, taking approximately 2-5 years. It can sometimes take years to build companies. Sometimes there will not be any return, because of business failure.

    Can I sell my shares?

    Shares sold via Regulation A, Tier 2 offerings have a one-year lockup period before those shares can be sold under certain conditions.

    Exceptions to limitations on selling shares during the one-year lockup period:

    In the event of death, divorce, or similar circumstance, shares can be transferred to:

    • The company that issued the securities

    • An accredited investor

    • A family member (child, stepchild, grandchild, parent, stepparent, grandparent, spouse or equivalent, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law, including adoptive relationships)

    What happens if a company does not reach their funding target?

    If a company does not reach their minimum funding target, all funds will be returned to the investors after the close of the offering.

    What happens if the company does not reach its funding goal?

    If the minimum funding goal is not reached all monies will be returned to investors at the end of the funding period.

    How can I learn more about a company’s offering?

    All available disclosure information can be found on the offering pages for our Regulation Crowdfunding offering.

    What if I change my mind about investing?

    You can cancel your investment at any time, for any reason, until 48 hours prior to a closing occurring. If you’ve already funded your investment and your funds are in escrow, your funds will be promptly refunded to you upon cancellation. To submit a request to cancel your investment please email: [email protected]

    How do I keep up with how the company is doing?

    At a minimum, the Company will be filing with the SEC and posting on its website an annual report, along with certified financial statements. Those should be available 120 days after the fiscal year end. If the company meets a reporting exception, or eventually has to file more reported information to the SEC, the reporting described above may end. If these reports end, you may not continually have current financial information about the company.

    What relationship does the company have with DealMaker Securities?

    Once an offering ends, the Company may continue its relationship with DealMaker Securities for additional offerings in the future. DealMaker Securities’ affiliates may also provide ongoing services to the company. There is no guarantee any services will continue after the offering ends.

  • What is the share price?

    The cost is $1.75 per share.

    What is the Minimum investment size?

    Minimum investment of $500.

    Why invest in startups?

    Regulation CF allows investors to invest in startups and early-growth companies. This is different from helping a company raise money on Kickstarter; with Regulation CF Offerings, you aren’t buying products or merchandise – you are buying a piece of a company and helping it grow.

    How much can I invest?

    Accredited investors can invest as much as they want. But if you are NOT an accredited investor, your investment limit depends on either your annual income or net worth, whichever is greater. If the number is less than $124,000, you can only invest 5% of it. If both are greater than $124,000 then your investment limit is 10%.

    How do I calculate my net worth?

    To calculate your net worth, just add up all of your assets and subtract all of your liabilities (excluding the value of the person’s primary residence). The resulting sum is your net worth.

    What are the tax implications of an equity crowdfunding investment?

    We cannot give tax advice, and we encourage you to talk with your accountant or tax advisor before making an investment.

    Who can invest in a Regulation A, Tier 2 Offering?

    Anyone over the age of 18 can invest. 

    What do I need to know about early-stage investing? Are these investments risky?

    There will always be some risk involved when investing in a startup or small business. And the earlier you get in the more risk that is usually present. If a young company goes out of business, your ownership interest could lose all value. You may have limited voting power to direct the company due to dilution over time. You may also have to wait about five to seven years (if ever) for an exit via acquisition, IPO, etc. Because early-stage companies are still in the process of perfecting their products, services, and business model, nothing is guaranteed. That’s why startups should only be part of a more balanced, overall investment portfolio. Please see our Form C filed with the SEC for a more detailed evaluation of the risks of investing.

    When will I get my investment back?

    The Shares of the Company are not currently publicly traded. As a result, the shares cannot be easily traded or sold. As an investor in a private company, you typically look to receive a return on your investment under the following scenarios: The Company gets acquired by another company. The Company goes public (makes an initial public offering). In those instances, you receive your pro-rata share of the distributions that occur, in the case of acquisition, or you can sell your shares on an exchange. These are both considered long-term exits, taking approximately 4-7 years (and often longer) to see the possibility for an exit. It can sometimes take years to build companies. Sometimes there will not be any return, because of business failure.

    Though the company is currently trading as a public company, the liquidity is virtually zero. As a result, the shares cannot be easily traded or sold. In investor would look for liquidity of their purchased Shares under the following scenarios: The Company gets acquired by another company. The Company Uplists or can re-engage investor liquidity via strong business achievements that would come with investment. In an acquisition the investor will receive their pro-rata share of the distributions that occur, in the case of the Stock becoming liquid Shares can be traded on an exchange. While acquisition is considered a long-term exit, taking approximately 4-7 years (and often longer), an Uplisting or re-engagement of investors on the current exchange can be a mid-term exit, taking approximately 2-5 years. It can sometimes take years to build companies. Sometimes there will not be any return, because of business failure.

    Can I sell my shares?

    Shares sold via Regulation A, Tier 2 offerings have a one-year lockup period before those shares can be sold under certain conditions.

    Exceptions to limitations on selling shares during the one-year lockup period:

    In the event of death, divorce, or similar circumstance, shares can be transferred to:

    • The company that issued the securities

    • An accredited investor

    • A family member (child, stepchild, grandchild, parent, stepparent, grandparent, spouse or equivalent, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law, including adoptive relationships)

    What happens if a company does not reach their funding target?

    If a company does not reach their minimum funding target, all funds will be returned to the investors after the close of the offering.

    What happens if the company does not reach its funding goal?

    If the minimum funding goal is not reached all monies will be returned to investors at the end of the funding period.

    How can I learn more about a company’s offering?

    All available disclosure information can be found on the offering pages for our Regulation Crowdfunding offering.

    What if I change my mind about investing?

    You can cancel your investment at any time, for any reason, until 48 hours prior to a closing occurring. If you’ve already funded your investment and your funds are in escrow, your funds will be promptly refunded to you upon cancellation. To submit a request to cancel your investment please email: [email protected]

    How do I keep up with how the company is doing?

    At a minimum, the Company will be filing with the SEC and posting on its website an annual report, along with certified financial statements. Those should be available 120 days after the fiscal year end. If the company meets a reporting exception, or eventually has to file more reported information to the SEC, the reporting described above may end. If these reports end, you may not continually have current financial information about the company.

    What relationship does the company have with DealMaker Securities?

    Once an offering ends, the Company may continue its relationship with DealMaker Securities for additional offerings in the future. DealMaker Securities’ affiliates may also provide ongoing services to the company. There is no guarantee any services will continue after the offering ends.

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