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    BLENDING AND MATURATION WORKSHOP FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 AND SUNDAY DECEMBER 9, 2018 IRONROOT REPUBLIC DISTILLING – DENISON, TX. INSTRUCTOR: NANCY FRALEY, NOSING SERVICES Click here for more details and to Register
  2. We're having a bit of internal debate as to the benefits of using bump air to create large displacement bubbles in the spirit holding tank versus impeller blades. The tanks are 4,000L and conical. The theory is that the 'air' plate will thoroughly agitate any sediments are dense adjuncts (we also produce liqueurs, vodka, etc.). The science is that you are not introducing more air than, say, blasting the spirit through a a pump at 40PSI to the filling machine. Certain parties believe this method will deteriorate the whiskey so I'm calling on anyone with pros or cons to this method. Otherwi
  3. We are making a 100% Corn Vodka from scratch and everyone that makes vodka from scratch knows it is a time killer. Luckily people like our vodka and as we begin to max out our production ability we are thinking of ways to stretch the quality product that we have. Our question is: If we blend our 100% Corn Vodka (55-60%) with another 100% Corn Vodka from a bigger company (40-45%) what would we have to change on our label. With straight vodka there is no Formula process so I called TTB Labeling and they sent me to Formula. No one at the TTB was much help, hopefully I can get some on the for
  4. Can someone recommend a few good technical books on the topics of spirit blending and aging?
  5. Have you all noticed that when you proof your spirits there is a time needed to reach a final equilibrium? In my limited experience I found that the proof takes some time to reach its ultimate specific gravity. Using a hydrometer it seemed to me that my proof read differently right after blending compared to a reading made the next day. The proof would go down as compared to my initial read. I only have experience blending batches of a few gallons and not 100 or more like a lot of you. I am pretty sure I have read about this before, and it isn't a fabrication of my imagination. With that
  6. Given all the calculation questions that pop up, I thought it might be of interest to our members that AlcoDens has a discount offer going through the end of the month. It's good software and they've recently released a new version- 2.3 and I would like members here know there is a 25% discount off the regular price... AlcoDens consists of the following 5 specialist calculators: 1. Hydrometer Correction Calculator. Correct the apparent strength to true strength for any calibration temperature, any sample temperature and any standard temperature. You can use a Proof, ABV or SG hydrometer and
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