Jedd Haas

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  1. I think you have a point, Silk City! I insert the cork slightly by hand, then use a lever action device I built to insert it all the way. Similar concept to the capper posted by Humulus. However, mine does not require lifting the bottle onto it. Just slide the bottle along the table, into position, pop it in with the lever, and done. Very fast and easy. In addition to manually loading the machine, the guy in the video also had to manually "space out" the bottles.
  2. Looks like several things were done in a less than optimal way. Here is what you potentially should have done: 1. Had an agreement to transfer an initial percentage (say, 20%) to you. 2. Payment for remaining 80% held in escrow until all permits transferred to you. 3. Have yourself added as signing authority via Permits Online; have yourself registered for Formulas Online and Colas Online, and have your account for pay.gov set up. Until all of these steps are complete, do not proceed to step four. 4. Transfer remaining 80% to you. 5. File Change in Control via Permits Online. Do not send paper forms! 6. Transfer or re-file for all local and state permits. 7. After all permits are in your name, release remaining payment from escrow. 8. Probably have a consulting agreement with the former owners to ensure you're filing your monthly reports correctly. As to what you can do now? Start calling the TTB. Find out if they even have your paperwork. You may be in for a long wait just to get someone on the phone. Maybe re-file what you can in Permits Online, along with an explanation for the duplicate filing.
  3. Yes. Yes, Line 28 should equal line 9. Line 29 is presumably if you receive bottled inventory from some other source. Note that per the footnote on line 32, you can't receive bottled product in bond. In general, you probably won't withdraw bulk spirits on a tax determined basis. So line 13 will likely remain unused in general use. Line 33 is for bottled product, or, in the second column, for "packaged" product, meaning drums, barrels, or other containers larger than standard bottle sizes. A lot of the lines on these reports seem to be for esoteric situations and most will be left blank in general use. Note that even though the TTB has thought of all of these situations, they still leave a few blank lines (21-23, 41-43) where you can add in transactions that they didn't include.
  4. I had some correspondence with Greg from STM, the eDrometer manufacturer, and invited him to participate in this thread.
  5. What is the price range for these units?
  6. There was a thread on this a number of years ago. See the post by JimmyCrackCorn for a scenario very close to your idea.
  7. The bottom line is that you will have to come up with some other clever euphemism which gets your point across while avoiding forbidden terminology.
  8. I would not double stack pallets of bottles. But check with your bottle supplier to be sure.
  9. I also received this email. They appear to be a typical fee-for-service type of company. I tried to call them, but no one answered the phone. Here is their letter, in case you need a laugh (see paragraph 2).
  10. Thanks!
  11. Looking for one 5 gallon used barrel. Prefer a barrel used for aging whiskey, but will consider other options. Let me know: 1. The capacity 2. The dimensions 3. The weight 4. Previous fills 5. Length of use 6. Originating zip code Thanks!
  12. Maybe I am missing something. But this page http://www.coppermoonshinestills.com/id51.html has the same still new for $10,900.
  13. I had posted a diagram in this thread: But it appears the image I posted was lost in one of the forum upgrades. After some searching, I think I have found it once more, although it appears this is actually for a triple-distilled Scotch.
  14. Everyone on this forum has "zero knowledge" of your "qualifications, knowledge, or experience in regulatory compliance" because you haven't told us. Perhaps you can tell us who you are and your qualifications and experience, rather than hiding behind a screen name.