The Freeze Dryer Project … in pictures

At the heart of the Old Alcohol Plant is Bayside Housing & Services. Bayside provides transitional housing, meals and services to those most in need and depends on the Old Alcohol Plant for much of its funding. It is here that the Freeze Dryers have found a home. From here collecting, processing and distribution of food stuffs will occur.

Contact information:

  • Bethany Smith
  • Old Alcohol Plant
  • Spirits Bar & Grill
  • Bayside Housing & Services
  • 360-390-4017 X615

Facebook: @oldalcoholplant/

Instagram: @oldalcoholplant5027/

The delivery of the freeze dryers to The Old Alcohol Plant in Port Hadlock, Washington. Late July 2020.

One of the first experimental processed fruit, raspberries !

Chef Troy Murrell in the kitchen of The Old Alcohol Plant in Port Hadlock, WA.

And this just about sums it up…



Cliff Moore,Director

WSU Jefferson County Extension

360.379.5610 Ext. 202

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