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Last month I bottled 46 cases and had 9 bottles left over (1.43 Proof Gallons). On my 5110.28 Processing report, I put 0 in line 27 under 'Bottled' and 1.43 on line 46. This month I bottled 34 cases (64.67 Proof Gallons) and had 5 bottles left over (0.79 Proof Gallons) (Total = 65.56 PG). I combined 12 of the remaining bottles into a 35th case so now I only have 2 bottles in Processing (0.32 PG). For the life of me, I cannot figure out how to account for this on form 5110.28. I placed 65.56 PG on line 9 (34 cases plus 5 bottles). I place 1.49 PG on line 27 (9 bottles from previous month). On line 28 I placed 0.79 PG (5 bottles)) under Bottled and 66.57 (35 cases) under Packaged. I placed the remaining 2 bottles on line 46 (0.32 PG). Needless to say, the Pay.gov edits failed miserably. Can anyone tell me where I went wrong? Thanks, John
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We were discussing a hypothetical situation today and I thought I would throw it out here to get everybody else's thoughts. We were wondering if a situation arose in which you purchased a finished product through a domestic company that originated in a foreign country, would it fall into column C or D of part IV on the production report? For example: Lets say a distillery was going out of business. They had imported some Russian vodka to sell and you wanted to purchase their remaining stock to sell it. I a wondering how this transaction would need to look in the eyes of the TTB. Is column B only for products that you have imported, or for any finished product that was imported? Is there another scenario in which you could purchase a finished foreign product from a domestic supplier for resale? Thanks, Chris 3030 www.threethousandthirty.com
I had a few questions with the monthly TTB reports: I am a little confused on where to document bulk spirits before they are made into gin. We make vodka first which goes from our production account and then gets deposited into our storage account before bottling. When we need to make some gin we take some of the vodka from our storage tank and then redistill it into gin. Do we show the spirits coming from our storage account back to production for redistillation? How would you show that on the production reports? If that is the case what happens when you make some of your cuts when you redistill it to make gin? You could technically be left with less proof gallons in the end. Or do you keep the gin completely separate from the vodka storage tank and it still is technically in the production account until it is made in gin?