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  1. Definitely speak with whomever your legal consultant is, but my input is that if you are starting a business with a friend, you would be a multiple member LLC. For ease of tax reporting etc, I'd ask your CPA if it makes sense to setup as an S Corp, which it likely does.
  2. Heres a quick pic with a small Snapple bottle in it. These can be shipped directly like this, but I strongly recommend placing into a carton if nothing else than for concealing the contents. BTW, my day job is Packaging Specialist. Most of my experience is with manufacturers and e-commerce facilities, but morphing towards the beverage industry as thats where my heart is!
  3. What type of volumes are you talking about? I can supply inflatables similar to what @PeteB referred to
  4. I believe he meant as far as identifying the contents of the shipping cartons, not what is needed on the shipping label.
  5. I typically ferment on the grain and rack off the top of the grain bed when its ready to run
  6. no problems reusing it as long as you keep it wet. Valves as mentioned arerecomended
  7. I use a 5500 watt ULWD heating element. I haven't tried distilling on the grain yet, but I don't usually let a ferment clear. I haven't had any issues with scorching. This is the element I have, been using the same one for several years now and it still looks brand new. https://www.amazon.com/Elemento-Calentador-inmersión-infusión-5500-00watts/dp/B0183KIU1E
  8. As EZ Drinking stated, you can certainly do that. You can blend to your hearts desire as long as what you are bottling is as approved via COLA
  9. I've been seeing Kveik mentioned allot lately all over the brewing scene. Guess I'll need to obtain some and give it a whirl
  10. Like seeing the progress and continued support for your products. I'm surprised though that you don't receive any criticism for shipping them out uncovered like that. If I was receiving one of these I surely would want it to be a showpiece as well and would be very disappointed in the case of any damages, even scratches. would expect at least a pallet cover stretch wrapped to the still, but that's just me.
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