Eastside Distilling intends to raise funds through an underwritten public offering of shares.

Based in the US, Eastside Distilling is a manufacturer of handcrafted spirits.

Dickinson Wright is the legal advisor to Eastside Distilling for the transaction, while Lowenstein Sandler is the legal advisor to the underwriters.

Roth Capital Partners is the sole book-running manager, while National Securities Corporation is the co-manager to Eastside Distilling for the transaction.

Wine.com has secured $32.5m through debt and equity financing from Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Private Credit Group (GSAM PCG).

Based in the US, Wine.com is an online retailer of alcoholic beverages, including red wine, white wine, champagne and sparkling wine.

Obour Land will receive a $7m loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to set up a new dairy farm in Egypt.

Established in 1995, Obour Land is a leading Egyptian producer of ultra-heat treatment (UHT) packaged milk, juices and white cheese.

The new facility will have the capacity to produce 60t of milk a day from 2,500 dairy cows, which will be supplied to a UHT processing line.

Employees at the new facility will receive training on the latest milking operational technologies and processes.

The funding enables Obour Land to find suitable animal welfare practices.

Stoli Group has selected Shigeru Ban Architects to supervise the development of the Kentucky Owl Park project.

Established in 2013, Stoli Group is a member of SPI Group and is responsible for the management, distribution and marketing of SPI’s global spirits portfolio.

Shigeru Ban will be responsible for the design and construction of rick houses, a bottling centre, a distillery, and offices on a 420-acre site in Cedar Creek Quarry, Kentucky, US.

The American whiskey division of Stoli Group will use the Kentucky Owl Park on completion.

A vintage dinner train will stop at the Kentucky Owl Park, which will also link other distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail to promote tourism.