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  1. Yes, this could be really great for all of us. This link will bring you to a page where the new form can be found http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;rpp=10;po=0;D=TTB-2011-0010 My co-worker and I are planning to go over it while we do this months reporting. Will have a clear understanding then and plan to post it here. Let us (and the TTB) know your thoughts if you have a chance to review.
  2. Posted Today, 05:20 PM The TTB may combine the 3 monthly reports into a single report (two if you also produce industrial alcohol) This would mean a significant reduction in paperwork and staff time for small distilleries. It is important that we give them feedback supporting this change and comment on the proposed new form. It could use some fine tuning from the end users. They are accepting comments through Feb 3rd. Use the link below to comment Regulations.gov comment form This link will bring you to a page where the new form can be found http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;rpp=10;po=0;D=TTB-2011-0010 Summary: TTB proposes to consolidate the information and data collected in four current forms (TTB F 5110.40, Monthly Report of Production Operations; TTB F 5110.11, Monthly Report of Storage Operations; TTB F 5110.28, Monthly Report of Processing Operations; and TTB F 5110.43, Monthly Report of Processing (Denaturing) Operations) into two forms. The two proposed forms would be titled, TTB F 5110.77, Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Report—Beverage (Nonindustrial) Alcohol and TTB F 5110.78, Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Report— Industrial Alcohol. The proposed new forms would not require a DSP to report the level of detailed activity in the production, storage, and processing accounts that the current forms require. A DSP would be required to report the proof gallons of spirits in inventory at the plant as either produced, received, or removed during the reporting period. Details in the link below: Notice No. 124, Revisions to Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Reports and Regulations Comments on this notice are due on or before February 3, 2012. To submit comments electronically, use the Regulations.gov comment form for Notice No. 124. To submit comments by postal mail or hand delivery, see the instructions within the notice. To view the notice, the proposed operations report forms, and all comments received on this proposal, go to Docket No. TTB-2011-0010within Regulations.gov. (12/05/11)
  3. The TTB may combine the 3 monthly reports into a single report (two if you also produce industrial alcohol) This would mean a significant reduction in paperwork and staff time for small distilleries. It is important that we give them feedback supporting this change and comment on the proposed new form. It could use some fine tuning from the end users. They are accepting comments through Feb 3rd. Use the link below to comment Regulations.gov comment form This link will bring you to a page where the new form can be found http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;rpp=10;po=0;D=TTB-2011-0010 Summary: TTB proposes to consolidate the information and data collected in four current forms (TTB F 5110.40, Monthly Report of Production Operations; TTB F 5110.11, Monthly Report of Storage Operations; TTB F 5110.28, Monthly Report of Processing Operations; and TTB F 5110.43, Monthly Report of Processing (Denaturing) Operations) into two forms. The two proposed forms would be titled, TTB F 5110.77, Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Report—Beverage (Nonindustrial) Alcohol and TTB F 5110.78, Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Report— Industrial Alcohol. The proposed new forms would not require a DSP to report the level of detailed activity in the production, storage, and processing accounts that the current forms require. A DSP would be required to report the proof gallons of spirits in inventory at the plant as either produced, received, or removed during the reporting period. Details in the link below: Notice No. 124, Revisions to Distilled Spirits Plant Operations Reports and Regulations Comments on this notice are due on or before February 3, 2012. To submit comments electronically, use the Regulations.gov comment form for Notice No. 124. To submit comments by postal mail or hand delivery, see the instructions within the notice. To view the notice, the proposed operations report forms, and all comments received on this proposal, go to Docket No. TTB-2011-0010within Regulations.gov. (12/05/11)
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    Tuthilltown and Catskill distillery tours

    Rick, we are glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit! We passed your kind words along to Cordell and the folks at the restaurant. Looking forward to seeing your photos. Hope to see you again soon!
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    Distillery Employees Workers' Comp

    Congratulations on your growth! You are correct- if you categorize employees by job type, you can set up multiple workers comp codes and rates with your insurance provider. At Tuthilltown Spirits, we use two different codes, "Production" and "Admin/Retail" (according to our insurance company the administrative rate was the same as the retail rate). Hope that helps, feel free to reach out if you have additional questions.
  6. Hello fellow ADI members! EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Tuthilltown Spirits is seeking a full time compliance and production database manager with a strong background in Quickbooks. This is not a traditional bookkeeping or accounting job; the position will involve learning how we use Quickbooks as a production management system and overseeing all data as it relates to State and Federal regulatory/compliance. The job requires learning TTB and State Liquor Authority regulations and taking responsibility for ensuring that all aspects of production are compliant with these regulations. Applicants must be comfortable working in a rustic, farm distillery environment. Those interested in the position may email a resume and cover letter to info@tuthilltown.com Thank you, Cathy Erenzo --
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