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  1. We have used Whiskey Systems for 4 years. works great. always adding features from customer feedback. great resource for industry and TTB advise.
  2. Hoover also offers a portion of the rental to be applied to a buyout,if you rent the tanks for a least 1 year. worked out well for us.
  3. Thanks for that. So 4.79 brix indicates some sugar left. maybe not a complete fermentation or some unfermentable sugars.?
  4. Hi, Below is a pic from our Rudolph Analyzer w/refractometer . It gives results for Brix corr. for alcohol (4.79) and Deg Brix (1.39) . Not sure of the difference between them and which one is the best measure of complete fermentation. The Deg Brix relates proportionally to the SG on the conversion charts. I assume that is the most relevant? The sample is a fermented mash 70% Corn, 25% Rye , 5% Barley Any additional insight would be appreciated, Thanks
  5. Square works good for us, links pretty seamusly with quickbooks.
  6. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    "Straight Whiskey" is sufficient as a class and type
  7. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    yes I know, I quoted the regs above , follow the thread, just commenting on PeteB post that BAM is not consistent with the regs on 4-2 "whiskey". BAM is just a guide. always rely on the regs not BAM
  8. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    Ha! and no mention of an oak container for "Whiskey"
  9. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    I agree a little inconsistent but here it is in the BAM chart
  10. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    that's straight from 5.22 standards of identity not BAM
  11. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    (b) Class 2; whisky. “Whisky” is an alcoholic distillate from a fermented mash of grain produced at less than 190° proof in such manner that the distillate possesses the taste, aroma, and characteristics generally attributed to whisky, stored in oak containers (except that corn whisky need not be so stored), and bottled at not less than 80° proof, and also includes mixtures of such distillates for which no specific standards of identity are prescribed.
  12. jackb1050

    White Whiskey

    no that was a response to Gorgeous not Indy
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