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  • Posted in thread: Any advice on homemade liqueur making? on 07-14-2010 at 06:02 PM
    One thing I've learned is not to use Volkov. It tastes like crap. Next time, I use everclear -
    it's not worth the $4.Also, the whole "removing the fruit" thing is a waste of good liqueur. I
    just throw...

  • Posted in thread: What permit do you need to sell bottled drinks containing purchased alcohol? on 07-10-2010 at 05:08 AM
    Wow, thanks!

  • Posted in thread: What permit do you need to sell bottled drinks containing purchased alcohol? on 07-10-2010 at 03:17 AM
    Any chance you know what the cost of these are for Wisconsin?

  • Posted in thread: What permit do you need to sell bottled drinks containing purchased alcohol? on 07-10-2010 at 02:32 AM
    A friend of mine is an aromatherapist (it doesn't make any sense to me, but whatever) and was
    wondering if she could try selling some aromatherapy-inspired liqueurs. No distillation would
    be required ...

  • Posted in thread: DIY activated charcoal filter? on 07-07-2010 at 12:05 AM
    Are you worried about evaporation? OK, so the system should be sealed. Why couldn't you modify
    a cartrige water filter,ala a Randal; for this purpose and move the liquor with a food grade
    pump?Where w...

  • Posted in thread: DIY activated charcoal filter? on 07-05-2010 at 05:41 AM
    I'd like to build an activated charcoal filter for purifying vodka for use in liqueurs.
    However, I've run into the rather snarly problem of not being able to use anything that will
    leech into the alco...

  • Posted in thread: Is it legal to run store-bought vodka through a still? on 06-20-2010 at 03:34 AM
    I'm thinking about making some gin, but I'm told that to really do it properly, you want to run
    it through a still. Assuming I buy my booze from the store, is it kosher to do this?

  • Posted in thread: Spice Circuit simulation Program on 06-18-2010 at 06:15 PM
    I'd recommend using EaglePCB. It's not too hard to use, you can send the files to any
    manufacturer (including the extremely cheap Olimex), and best of all, it's free (though you're
    limited to small PC...

  • Posted in thread: Spice Circuit simulation Program on 06-18-2010 at 06:54 AM
    I'm probably less experienced than you are, but nothing you're doing would require SPICE. It
    sounds like it's all digital - just "on and off". Unless you're using some sort of homemade
    3-phase generat...

  • Posted in thread: Spice Circuit simulation Program on 06-18-2010 at 04:45 AM
    SPICE is for analog circuit design, genuinely for things working over a very wide bandwidth.
    It's spectacularly useful for audio amplifier or HAM radio design, but not too useful for your
    purposes.I'd...

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