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  1. York, PA
  2. Custom Blue Glass Bar w/ Cambria Counter top Asking price: $3,000 This listing is for a Custom Made Blue Glass Bar with Black Menai Cambria countertops. The bar is an L-shape. The bar is currently installed at a commercial location. The bar cost over $20,000 to build in 2011. The countertops alone were over $5,000. The buyer is responsible for the removal and transportation of the bar. Bar is in like-new condition with working blue and white dimmable LED lights attached to the underside of the counter tops. Back bar with cabinets is also included. L-shape bar - short part of L-shape 7' 2", Long part of L-shape 24' 1" plus a handicap drop section at the end 3' 4" (bar is 1' 10" deep) Email for more pics (couldn't upload more because of size limitations)
  3. Everyone needs to be calling for this! If you don't call, you can't complain about the tax not changing. We need to all get together on this one!
  4. Kinnek lets you reach a bunch of suppliers and ability to compare prices. Has been fairly eye opening for me
  5. This mill is still available in time for Christmas!
  6. $2000 Pick up only (in Pennsylvania) Like new, barely used Capacities from bushel fine to 300 pounds coarse and more per hour. Special alloy grinding burrs From home/commercial/hobby farm to large ranch/farm operations (livestock, poultry, etc. ...) Fully wired 2hp motor, starter and 25ft. plugged power cord Base frame with adjustable motor mounting bracket Safety belt guard and V-drive Feed hopper (5 quart capacity) with adjustable feed slide Mobile base frame Operates on 220v-single phase electric service
  7. Bottler has been sold.
  8. $1000 + shipping. Works great. 4 bottles at a time (4 spout). All stainless, gravity filler that fills from the bottom (no foaming) Easy adjustment from 375 ml bottle all the way up to a 1.5 L depending on the total height of the bottle Easy set-up and clean up, bottle filling in less than five minutes. Fills approximately 480 bottles an hour
  9. I'd like to see what you come up with!
  10. I don't think the tutorials are helpful at all, they simply restate the wording on the report. But I do believe I am over analyzing what they want, and confusing myself, out of fear of reporting wrong. I have everything else done and reported, this one report is confusing because of bulk and finished products and asking for both proof and wine gallons. Thanks
  11. this is the form I am referring to
  12. I have read all the terms on the website. But when it comes to filling out the monthly precessing report, its not clear cut as to report the numbers, except that it wants it in proof gallons on the first page, and then on the 2nd page it asked for wine gallons. PART I wants bulk material counts, PART II want finished product counts. so I am dealing with 190 proof, 80 proof and 55 proof, and not sure how or where to put what and if I add together.... confused
  13. I thought it was # of wine gallons x proof / 100 = proof gallons ex: 17 gallons x 190/100 = 32.3 proof gallons
  14. Any help understanding how to fill out the ttb monthly processing report is greatly appreciated. I have been calling and emailing the ttb all week trying to get help and NO ONE has responded!! But I better not be late with my report.... Specific question on processing report: line 28 BOTTLED OR PACKAGED wants "proof gallons"-- is that proof gallons at 190 or at bottled proof which is 55 proof for some and 80 proof for some (and do I add those totals together? That doesn't make sense to me). same goes for lines 27, 33, 44, 46 help?
  15. recently I spoke to someone at the TTB with a question I had about one of the reports, and she mentioned that they are "still working out the details" of combining the multiple reports into one report, but she wasn't able to give me any kind of timeline. But she did say they are working on it.