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  1. No thoughts on the business model, but I will say, Gibbs Brothers Cooperage has some amazing small format barrels.
  2. Oh wow that is awesome! I’ve seen a couple different washing methods employed by distilleries, is always interesting.
  3. How do you get the rocks and dirt off of the spuds before cooking?
  4. Transtore tanks are affordable, stackable, and have a few different configurations.
  5. +1 for Distillery Solutions (Five x 5) I am pretty sure it can integrate with cloud based quick books.
  6. What would your budget be building a tasting room? Would that money be better spent furthering your on premise campaign?
  7. I do not know. I have only worked with steam and direct flame. I am sure someone else can answer that question.
  8. I have not used your exact system, but I would assume it will just take multiple runs and charging the pot with at least 60%-70% abv. The other option would be to run your still as slowly as possible, but with only 8 plates, I find it hard to believe you will get compliance distillate from a 30% abv charge.
  9. #2 In addition to GNS being used in blended whiskey, it is also common for spirit or light whiskey (whiskey distilled over 160proof) to be used in a blend.
  10. Julius

    Why use GNS

    Small guys with pot stills can not make GNS with the consistency and price of the ethanol plants. The possibilities with different botanicals are endless. The same base can make an infinite amount of different gins. Not sure why you think botanicals don’t have an impact. edit: sorry, did not see this was a thread resurrected from the dead.
  11. Blended Whiskey =/= A blend of straight whiskeys. I believe Jailbreak has given you sound advice. I would love to know how you finally get approval (and see the label).
  12. Just a heads up, bourbon and rye blended together are not a “Blended Whiskey.” Blended Whiskey is a class/type that refers to a blend of whiskey with something else (NGS) and requires a formula approval.
  13. Anecdotaly, we had higher loss in our palletized storage compared to our racks.
  14. Makes sense. I’m just glad our building has exceeded requirements for all of their questions.
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