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  1. Sorry I didn't see this much sooner. They build. Pretty sure if you reach out to Tanner Littrel at ABE, he'll help. If you already reached him, that's fantastic.
  2. just started using Lallemand Distillamax XP
  3. Thank you. Odd that the TTB reviewer would first tell me that I have to have sugar, when their regs say I do not, but it's the government, so it's never easy or efficient. Doing exactly this now.
  4. Has anyone else used? Lincoln Nebraska based, really good people. Giving them a shot at nearly everything for my expansion. Would recommend you compare if you're buying equipment. Guy
  5. anyone found or have a resource for lit digital thermometers for dephleg and other instances where the thermometer is 15-25 ft off the floor? Seems simple enough, but I can't find on with boolean searches.
  6. ha. Yeah, my next 5 months will be wild and woolly with the upcoming buildout and move to Hudson.
  7. naturally, I forgot to check notifications. If you have time again in coming weeks, let me know, and I'll swing over.
  8. interesting. Thank you, will check it out.
  9. Can I use your software to legally proof Ouzo at 5% sugar? 70 proof finished? I have a rotovap but process is long and (as you mention) and not super easy to do. I've tried the Alcodens trial software and it worked like a charm. I wish I didn't have to add the damn sugar, but I can't seem to get COLAs to let me call it Ouzo without the sugar. So confusing still to me how to set labels.
  10. I'm a local, and have read a bit about you. Any chance I can come by and spend some time with you two?
  11. with a tapered bottle, I haven't found ANY cheap solution. I have to hand label them for sure. Once my production numbers increase, I hope I can find a viable solution that doesn't cost me an arm and a leg.
  12. Of course, if you can afford to buy the building, why would you need investors? Owning is great, if everything you need is there and it’s a great location. Leasing can work too.
  13. was a typical store bought food coloring. I didn't test the pH of the vodka....I could if you thought it mattered. Like I said, this was just an experimental batch, not sold anywhere. I still have a bottle or 6 and they're still all pink. Also, if you have a recommended supplier of Carmine (or TTB approved food colorings), I'd happily take it and give it a shot. I need to find something the TTB would allow, as I think I'm going to make this product for distribution and sale.
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