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  1. I have on offer a total of 150 barrels of 21% Rye Bourbon & 95% Rye Whiskey for sale (75 bbls of each). They are both 5 years old. Pricing: Bourbon: $2500/bbl Rye: $2700/bbl Please message with any questions. Thank you for your interest.
  2. I have on offer a total of 200 barrels of 21% Rye Bourbon & 95% Rye Whiskey for sale (100 bbls of each). They are all over 4 years. The bourbon is Jan/Feb of 2016 and the rye is May of 2016. Pricing: Bourbon: $2400/bbl Rye: $2600/bbl Please message with any questions. Thank you for your interest.
  3. Hello All, I am looking for some information on rules governing spirits production in Australia. I know in Europe it's the EC-110.2008 rules. What would be their version of the CFR 27? Thanks!
  4. Re: Southernhighlander, I am aware that you can sell by the drink and by the bottle, and yes, you are correct that MO is one of the best states in the US for distilling. What I think you misunderstood is that an individual may not have a retail liquor license separate from the one that they have listed with their DSP. So, for instance, you cannot own a bar and then decide that you are going to open a distillery. Trust me, I have been down this road. I have dealt with everyone at MO ATC and been represented by Charles Smarr on the issue. Re: Dhdunbar, I would never argu
  5. JD, You may not own a separate retail by the drink license and a distillery in MO. No one on the DSP can. As for "close proximity" the Feds will allow a radius of several miles for a tasting room. Missouri however, will only allow it to be in/on the premises of the distillery. Hope that helps. Where/when are you opening?
  6. H-D, I know that John McKee out at Headframe Spirits in Montana did some work with this. You might look into getting ahold of him.
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    Gin defined

    I agree with SCD. It has been explained to me that since "main characteristic flavor" is a fairly nebulous standard, using juniper as the primary botanical by weight should at least give you cover on your formula. I am personally of the belief that it's not gin if you cannot taste juniper.
  8. It is highly unlikely that any amount of redistilling will remove all the flavor from your gin. Especially on "micro-distilling" equipment. I would recommend starting with a bench top still or a small 6L still to try test batches. That way you can afford to dump it if you don't like it.
  9. I am selling a 660 gallon Distillery Mash Tun produced by Artisan Still Design:- 2500L- Steam jacketed - Extra ports for steam injection if desired* - Bottom mounted 3 HP, 3 phase electric motor for the agitator- several ports on top for both CIP and fill water inlet - 16" man-way- 3" drainThis MT is already disconnected and available for immediate pick up. See the attached cut sheet.Located in Kansas City. It's been used only several times. Asking $25k. Buyer responsible for shipping. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions you may have. Thank you!*We didn't want to use the steam injection
  10. I am located in St. Louis MO. I am looking to pair with a like minded distillery. I have listed my education and experience below. Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions, comments or if you are looking for someone who is knowledgeable, passionate, and driven. Rob Experience Project Co-ordinator, Tempest Distilling & Spirits Co., St. Louis MO - 2011-2014 From November of 2011 to March of 2014 I was an integral part of conceptualizing, planning, designing and licensing Tempest Distilling & Spirits Co. in St. Louis Missouri. Intern, Grand ten distilling, Boston MA - 2
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