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Old 01-30-2010, 10:11 PM   #21
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well they might have the 3-tier system too, i believe in washington and colorado the politicans are not corrupt and those laws do not apply in those states
Yeah.... I'm going to have to call BS on that.


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Old 01-30-2010, 10:11 PM   #22
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i know what it means, and i know that there are many federal, state and local issues to deal with... earlier in this thread some one said that NJ is 3 tier meaning that you can not sell directly to a retailer, you have to go through a distributor. the information that i found/posted says differently, (not saying mine is correct) and i was clarifying with joe (OP) if the woman he spoke with from the TTB said otherwise. i'm not talking about selling home brew.
Ah, sorry then. I read that wrong. We can't self distribute here, damn 3 tier system. I hear it's like $30 a keg.


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Old 01-30-2010, 10:23 PM   #23
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Yeah.... I'm going to have to call BS on that.
lol... i didnt even read that post completely i guess i wont know for 100% sure until joe answers or when i call the TTB, whichever comes first-but i'm pretty sure that you can self distribute in the dirty jerz. atleast i hope
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Old 01-30-2010, 11:48 PM   #24
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You can self-distribute, you just can't brew the beer on residential property. Any beer that you intend to sell must be brewed on commercial property.

Unless I misunderstood what she was telling me, but you'll have to call to find that out.

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Old 01-30-2010, 11:55 PM   #25
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You can self-distribute, you just can't brew the beer on residential property. Any beer that you intend to sell must be brewed on commercial property.

Unless I misunderstood what she was telling me, but you'll have to call to find that out.

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ok, thanks for clearing that up. i still want to call for some other obvious questions, but also i would just like to hear the explanation why a winery can be on a residential.
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Dude! Your post just single hadedly answered one of my questions. What does it cost to start a brewery in NJ? Short of the commercial property of course.
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Dude! Your post just single hadedly answered one of my questions. What does it cost to start a brewery in NJ? Short of the commercial property of course.
i would start with the original post on page one.
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Wow, I was under the assumption you could not self-distribute here. That makes it a lot easier and a lot more profitable at least on the nano-scale, at some point distribution becomes expensive without professionals I assume.

I've read a thread here about a guy who got his garage zoned properly to brew commercially in. He wasn't in NJ I don't think but if you own some property and can get the zoning board on your side it might be doable. The licenses are not out of this world $ wise.
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renting properties for a nano operation can be found for fairly cheap-as long as you are not trying to live of the profit... if there is any, that is.
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You can self-distribute, you just can't brew the beer on residential property. Any beer that you intend to sell must be brewed on commercial property.

Unless I misunderstood what she was telling me, but you'll have to call to find that out.

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I have about 8.5 acres zoned farm, I wonder if I could brew on my property? I bet it is easy to get it changed from farm to commercial, just change the use.


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