Mainstem Malt is actively courting capital. We offer patient relationships with industry-leading customers & strategic partners, access to a 56,000 square foot historic factory building in burgeoning Walla Walla, a golden opportunity to help pioneer Alaska's malt supply, and very little baggage.
Please, take a look around.
Mainstem Malt, SPC is has scaled extremely lean, the opportunities for growth are ripe, and our industry wants us to succeed. We’re now actively closing deals with accredited investors in search of adventurous growth, into an exciting new dimension of the craft beverage industry and beyond.
For our current term sheet, please read through this page, take the digital investor tour, and reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of the Mainstem team will follow up with you promptly. If it seems like a good fit, we’ll send you a document package to review and your investment can be formalized in as little as 1 week.
Sale of SAFE Agreements
CLOSED May 2019 - Closed $200k
Sale of Preferred Stock
OPEN June 2019 - Closed $150k
Current Terms @ $1.5MM Pre-Money
$25k Minimum per Accredited Investor
Raising up to $850k on Current Terms
Raising Add’l Capital on Separate Terms
(All As of June 14, 2019)
The plan is our Bridge round to fund construction and installation of our first 2 malting drums in Walla Walla, while adding team members, working capital, and additional professional support. We will further our development of strategic partnerships in both Northwest and Alaska markets, advance customer relationships, and improve our operating systems. Investments will be made in the long-term design and construction plan for our Walla Walla facility. A phased action plan will support development of the Mainstem Alaska Hub, with capital-lite Alaska legwork to be bolstered as funding allows.
Mainstem's Bridge is an opportunity for investors to get behind us early, in exchange for the ability to influence Mainstem at a pivotal time and for a higher potential return on their investment. These investors should believe that their financing is the missing link between Mainstem's current market positioning and being ready to build a multi-million dollar malting facility in Walla Walla. They should see strong Alaskan market potential very close on the horizon. They should take confidence that financing will be focused on immediate growth opportunities, not prior baggage.