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  1. It's a straight swap, bottled product for bottled product, why bother to contemplate anything additional? For reference, driving 1 mile over the posted speed limit is illegal, and where I live it's against the law to drive into an intersection as soon as the light turns yellow, meaning legally one needs to slam on the brakes and hope for the best. just sayin', common sense should sometimes prevail
  2. I imagine lots of folks can't view your apple-specific file format photos.
  3. Curious, why did you want to bypass the quick connect input?
  4. Is that the level filler or the volumetric filler?
  5. I"ve used a Balston 3 stage sterile air filter with a standard oil-less big box compressor for years. Very happy with the results. Use the same filters before my tank air mixer.
  6. I think everyone here can agree that accelerated aging in stainless steel tanks is far superior to traditional barrel aging. Throw some chunks of wood in and you're good to go. amirite ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  7. Is this the same one you were selling 3 1/2 years ago?
  8. That works well. What do you have for a labeler?
  9. hoochware has limitations and odd quirks. Why require and use volume measurements when everything is done by weight? Can't handle sugar additions for liqueurs and similar. X5 costs a little more, but does what hoochware could not. The difference I think is hoochware was built by a programmer, but X5 was built by a distiller. It shows in the details.
  10. +1 on X5. Hoochware did not work for me.
  11. So RTD using distilled spirits in bottles needs to conform to the distilled spirits standards of fill, no separate category?
  12. Anyone know if the package sizes allowed for rtd are different that regular spirits? Glass bottles different than cans? I can't find this info at ttb.gov
  13. For years
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