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Hello Do you have a plans to open distillery in Hawaii ? Or get your DSP (Distilled Spirits Plant) Permit ahead of time with no stress and time pressure? Or get your Beverage TTB formula ,COLA label and Product available before you built Your own distillery? RHS Distillery is accepting partnership proposals with or without Cash Investment . Either Distillery Partner, Investor, Distributor ,Strategic Partner or Distillery Alternate Sharing Stakeholder. All terms and conditions are negotiable . Mahalo for Your Time Karel Kon - Royal Hawaii Spirits - Honolulu HI email@example.com
We have a current DSP with our bonded areas marked off along with our tasting room and retail. We are located inside a mill complex and have one of the units. Recently another unit became available 10 feet down the hall from us and we are planning to expand into it. Our plan is to keep our current location and just use it for production and alcohol storage operations while moving our tasting room and retail into the new unit. Both units are located at the same address but have a different unit #. What/how do I process this change with the TTB and what is the expected turnaround time? Cheers
We are going through our initial DSP permit and need to submit the total proof gallons of spirits that can be produced daily. I called the TTB to determine what exactly this entails and the rep I spoke to wasn't very clear about what was required. Does this refer to if we were running for a full 24 hours with full mash tanks, or what we are expected to be producing daily in year 1 or what we are bonded to produce? Does it include stripping runs or just finishing runs? Does it include the cuts or are we supposed to assume a percentage of loss? I was hoping someone who has already submitted their DSP permit could help me get to the bottom of this, or let me know if this is something they even check or care about. Appreciate the help.