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2nd production location under Federal Basic Permit


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My understanding is that depends in part on relative distances of the facilities. Distilleries can operate in multiple buildings under one permit, provided the buildings are linked by a thoroughfare that is either entirely owned by the distillery or is full public access. In that case it would be an amendment, I think. But I would strongly urge you to chat with a TTB officer in field or HQ for specific guidance for your specific location.

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We received a non-contiguous location addition on our current DSP this past fall. It is within 10 miles and in the same town. It's more of a amendment to our DSP, and we needed to increase our bond to handle our expanded production and storage at the additional location. Approval took about 3 months or so.

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We also have a non-contiguous 2nd location. We have 12 miles between facilities, and it was approved without a problem. However when we also asked for a non-contiguous winery, we were denied because 10 miles is the limit for viniculture designation ( even though we are not in a designated area).

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