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    Conditioning in unitank

    Hi I just got new 7 barrel unitanks. Drained the yeast off of the bottom after a week of primary, added enough boiled dextrose to provide carbonation, thought that it would be best to add 15 psi...
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    Give Dean Pottle a call. He has done quite a few...

    Give Dean Pottle a call. He has done quite a few small breweries in the portland area, including ours.
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    20704 The Yggdrasil is in the kind of...

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    The Yggdrasil is in the kind of bottle you want. Avoid the type that the other two are in.
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    we use them. . not automated, but...

    ... you get good massage strength. Four people can sanitize, fill, cap, rinse, and recase about 25 to 30 cases per hour.

    I would recommend using bottles made by United Bottles. Beware swing tops...
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    I have a Coolbot walk in cooler, and I don't...

    I have a Coolbot walk in cooler, and I don't think it would do a very good job at chilling that much liquid. Their own website talks about the limitations of their own device.
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    Easy

    In our state (Oregon) for licensing you have to go through the same process to move as if you were a new location; the TTB told us that you just have to give them 30 days notice. You may have to...
  7. Low budget bottle washer, sanitizer

    We built a bottle washer out of a laundry sink that drains into a 3/4 HP pump (gleaned from a bath tub spa destined for landfill). Schedule 80 pvc carries up to a manifold that leads to two...
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    Will SOP ASAP

    Thank you for the diligence! I will submit an SOP ASAP, and will surely post a follow-up with their answer. Last time I did an SOP it took over six weeks to get my first reply.
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    TTB said "maybe"

    Apparently there is a reg that says that less than half of the alcohol in a malt beverage can come from ingredients, i.e. not from the grain fermentation. Hm. I was thinking more like 0.5% from rum...
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    Using Spirits to Soak Brewing Spices

    I want to soak spices in rum or whiskey and add them to the keg just prior to filling. Alcohol contribution would be minimal.

    It seems that this is probably illegal, though it makes great flavors...
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    Contracting

    We started in just this way. I made the house beers, and distributed under my own label. Three years later, I had my own place.

    As for initial expenses, I think you can keep them pretty low, and...
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    Absolutely call!

    It will only help. It sped up our process, and helped us resolve potential problems with our application. Keep a fax machine on your person at all times!
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    Kegging hot wort for later priming

    If you fill kegs with boiling hot wort for priming and propagation later, leave some head space and charge it with 15psi CO2. If you fill it all the way, when the wort cools (and thus contracts in...
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    I used the hookup we have to fill customers'...

    I used the hookup we have to fill customers' cornies, filled the corney (pre-purged of course), and then just ran both kegs up to 30psi and gave the corney 200 rocks and the sankey 400 (based on...
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