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  1. coloradomuller

    Looking for GNS made from rice

    Does anyone know where I can source GNS (grain neutral spirits) made from rice? Preferably a US manufacturer.
  2. Does anyone have any knowledge of a specific part of the DSP application process that is specifically related to GNS or NGS? One of our owners spoke with a gentlemen during a distillery tour and he mentioned something about a specific permit from the feds when using GNS. I talked with a rep from the TTB today, and she didn't seem to be aware of this, and mentioned that if using GNS as well as mashing from scratch (we plan to use both techniques at different stages), that we may have to apply for the permit as both a beverage and an industrial permit? Does that sound right? Does anyone have an answer for this or some insight? It doesn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that we would need to apply as an for an industrial permit if we are simply purchasing GNS and then making GIN by running it through our stills with the additives. Any help would be much appreciated. Cheers, Curt
  3. This July I will have approximately 300 PG of blueberry distillate available for sale. As long as I know in advance, I can distill to whatever proof you desire, anywhere from 80-190+ proof. $25 per proof gallon, First come, first serve. FOB Columbia, Illinois 62236. Thanks, Adam
  4. souschefdude

    Achieving 95% without NGS

    I have contacted at least 2 still manufacturers who have told me I could not make Vodka from grain with a multi-plate (6 or 7) reflux still, unless I was starting with Neutral Grain Spirit. What I don't understand is don't you have to cut the NGS down below 50% to run it through to make Vodka? Shouldn't a reflux still be able to handle a 50% output? Thank you for answering my noob questions.
  5. Stilldistillin

    GNS/NGS question

    This is my first post so I hope it hasn't been covered before. If so please point me in the right direction. I have a question regarding 192 and 200 proof NGS. I realize a majority of Vodkas now days comes from NGS. I've noticed in sampling different brands of Vodka in a Head to head taste test they are distinctly different as far as burn and taste and I know for a fact the ones I'm comparing start out as NGS. If 200 proof is considered 100% and 192 proof is 96% which I'm assuming a majority of these distilleries use. Where are the major differences in burn, taste, etc. figured into the equation. Is it still necessary to polish 200 proof or 192 proof with activated carbon to further eliminate burn or is it related to oxygenation or something else? I'm just trying to understand what is done differently in some of these vodkas to take a little more of the bite out of them when they appear to come from the same NGS suppliers. Thanks for the help.