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  1. Pucker up and blow. Or unbolt the dephleg flanges and check it out. Could be two separate dephleg coils. One fed from the product condenser, and a supplemental.
  2. Easy, as high as you can fit before hitting the ceiling. You should run it first, get dialed in, and then re-evaluate.
  3. Sensitive topic I'm sure, so I'll leave this here for anyone interested: To Whom It May Concern: Frontline Essential Worker Related to Critical Infrastructure (Name Here) 1. Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21) designates the food and agriculture sector as a critical infrastructure sector whose assets, systems, and networks are considered so vital that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health, or safety. 2. The President’s Coronavirus Guidance published on Marc
  4. Can you calculate your break-even sales volume? With and without salary/owner draw? Can you calculate how long can you afford to float the business before you hit break even? If so, you can chart a table looking at different breakeven timeline scenarios to understand where you need to be at each point in time. Makes it easy to understand how long you can go, if your sales are sub-target. From what I've seen in this business, there are two main problems. Undercapitalization and overly optimistic sales numbers, model for those scenarios, and you already have a leg up. Agree with @Glenlyon
  5. Nah an E (Manual load - 50) - but we're looking to mount it to a conveyor just the same.
  6. Love our CCR, they were great. Won't sell it, but if you look for a vendor new, give them a shout.
  7. No, not that fancy, they were all different.
  8. I have a matching Hillbilly 4 plate column/condensers/parrot that would look nice on top of this one if anyone is interested. Came to me by way of a police auction, so it's got street cred. Never used, still in a crate.
  9. Have used Danko (Semican), Brasetto and non-distinguished cover crop rye (left to seed) raw, as well as malted varieties from Breiss and Canada Malt. My two cents. The differences between malted and unmalted rye are far greater than the differences between the varietals. Unmalted rye being milder, less assertive, fruitier when young. Malted rye coming across far more assertive, maybe even a touch harsh when compared side by side, with spice developing far earlier. They are very, very different. Your ratio of raw/malt is going to have a major impact on flavor profile. Our
  10. And in case anyone wonders why I am asking - FD&C Red 3 is the least light-stable common reds, it's known to fade very quickly. You'll commonly find on grocery shelves - often times though it's blended with FD&C Red 40 - which is far more stable (which would mean partially fading).
  11. Does it say FD&C Red No. 3 in the ingredients?
  12. What coloring did you use? And what’s the pH of the spirit?
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