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JustAndy posted a topic in StateI was informed that in California, distilleries can produce spirit for wineries and if those spirits (brandy and pomace brandy) are produced from the winery's grapes the spirits can be sold by the winery under their tasting license. Does anyone have experience with this? Can you point me to the state laws related to it? One place I distill is a small Oregon brandy distillery, and it would be a lot of fun for us if something similar could get passed in Oregon. I am hopeful that seeing a framework operating someplace else might give us a starting point.
Complete Turnkey Distillery/Winery for sale. Owner retiring after 20 years! Located in SoCal all Licenses, DSP, BW and CA type 2, 4 and new type 74. Jacob Carl 150L Still, Barrels, all equipment, Case Goods, COLA's. Distributors in SF, SD and Central Cal. Have sold over 32,000 cases of Wine and Spirits. Won more than 50 Gold and Best of Class Awards No Vineyard . Located in Leased Building outside LA. Asking $275,000 or best offer. Serious Only please 909 548 -1926 Jim
Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anyone has a winery and distillery setup. I know that the TTB states that you can't have them on the same "location" but what does that mean. Can it just exist in a separate building on the property? or is there more to it than that. § 19.52 Restrictions on location of plants. A person who intends to establish a distilled spirits plant may not locate it in any of the following places: (a) In any residence, shed, yard, or enclosure connected to a residence; ( On any vessel or boat; © Where beer or wine is produced; (d) Where liquors are sold at retail; or (e) Where any other business is conducted except as provided in § 19.54.