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  1. Julius

    Potato Vodka - HELP

    Are you labeling as “Potato Vodka?”
  2. Julius

    Bottle Suppliers

    We recieved some samples from Berlin Packaging and they are top notch.
  3. Julius

    Free samples to distributor?

    Is the new company Great American Craft?
  4. Julius

    Mashing raw barley

    Following
  5. Julius

    Bubbleplate Vodka Column FOR SALE - Artisan Still Design

    Is this still available?
  6. Following! I am assuming these are production barrels made for sherry cask finishing, and not actual solera barrels?
  7. Julius

    Inusrance

    Would love to know where Insurance Man went, or what company people in Colorado are using for insurance.
  8. Julius

    Lessons in Barrel Aging

    Thanks so much Dave. I hope to buy you a drink one day.
  9. Julius

    Lessons in Barrel Aging

    What other class/types are missing from the chapter 4 table? “Whiskey Specialty” is no where to be seen?
  10. Julius

    Lessons in Barrel Aging

    So how does this fit into that logic? https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2018/07/heaven-hill-uses-orange-curacao-barrels-to-finish-bourbon/ Straight Bourbon Whiskey finished in orange curaçao barrels.
  11. Julius

    Heat Shrink capsules for Tennessee 750ml?

    Would love to know what you find.
  12. Julius

    Whiskey Hypothetical

    From my understanding, you do not need a formula approval for anything you have proposed. Except the “White whiskey” which you probably wont get approved at all. You can call it “White Dog” or Moonshine, or premium dogshit. But unless you get lucky with a clueless TTB agent, the words White and Whiskey wont go next to each other on a label. As it comes off the still it is not yet whiskey, it has to touch cooperage. If it goes into used, or uncharred new barrels, it is corn whiskey. If it goes into new American oak, it is bourbon. Good luck trying to get a “White Whiskey” COLA.
  13. Julius

    Lessons in Barrel Aging

    Our dry mountain climate does not like small barrels. Maybe a more humid climate or supplemental humidification in storage would be more suitable for small barrels. We have harvested 15, 15gallon barrels, each was 50%-70% angel share after 30 months. Harvesting 8, 30 gallon barrels saw 35%-55% angel share at 36 months. We are in a very dry climate. YMMV We have had great luck with the Gibbs Brothers 3 gallon barrels. ~10% angel share annually
  14. Julius

    Lessons in Barrel Aging

    And if you plan on leaving it in a 15gal for more than 2 years be prepared for 50%+ angel share.
  15. Julius

    Barrels of American Single Malt for Sale

    What state were they distilled in and where are they currently located?
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