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  1. This is a first in 16 years of operations. As far as we understood, DSP licenses are not regulated by the FDA. Does anyone have any documentation that says one way or the other? We do have an FDA number, because we bring in yeast for the fermentation of molasses and fruit brandies, but as i mentioned, this is the first time in 16 years that we've been inspected. Has anyone else been bothered by FDA?
  2. nabtastic

    Time line for opening

    Hey, I've been looking for clarification on the chronological order for opening a distillery ... mostly I want to ask if you have to actual sign a lease before you can start the paperwork or if you can sign a contingent lease? So.. 1) have building inspected by fire marshall, ttb for bond approval, fda? 2) sign lease, business licenses etc, 3) file bond approval 4) file for Fed and state DSP approval 5) upon receipt of DSP, begin spirits production, file for formulation approval 6) file COLA once formula is approved 7) sell products? overly simplified, I'm aware. Mostly looking for a generalized timeline. I currently work for a small distillery so I'm familiar with the laws post licensing, but I wasn't around for the beginning. I'm also aware that different states/counties have significantly different practices for dealing with these issues. Thanks in advance for any comments or further questions. Also, much thanks to anyone that can direct me to an existing thread for this topic, as I'm sure it's been asked before - I just can't seem to find it. NAB