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Old 07-09-2014, 04:17 PM   #21
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I even get nervous when someone says "I'd love to buy the recipe for you to make beer for out tennis mixer" because that's getting awful danged close to brewing for a fee.


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Old 07-09-2014, 04:25 PM   #22
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If they're buying the ingredients but your labor is not paid for, I don't see a problem with that.


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Old 07-09-2014, 04:31 PM   #23
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How did you do that "google that" thingy? Awesome!

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When did this site become the defacto site for homebrewers to ask other homebrewers how to get around licensing laws.

Let me google that for you:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=indiana+brewer+license
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Old 07-09-2014, 05:14 PM   #24
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I even get nervous when someone says "I'd love to buy the recipe for you to make beer for out tennis mixer" because that's getting awful danged close to brewing for a fee.
Don't really see that at all. It is really no different than buying a bunch of meat for your friend so he can smoke it for your tennis mixer. I am doing this for a buddy's wedding. He buys all the ingredients and I make the beer.
Really don't think we need to overthink this......just use some common sense.
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How did you do that "google that" thingy? Awesome!
go to www.lmgtfy.com. Enter your search and it spits out a URL. Easy peezy.
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Old 07-10-2014, 03:33 AM   #26
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Don't really see that at all. It is really no different than buying a bunch of meat for your friend so he can smoke it for your tennis mixer. I am doing this for a buddy's wedding. He buys all the ingredients and I make the beer.
Really don't think we need to overthink this......just use some common sense.
You would think but apparently alcohol is quite a different animal. Hell, the US fought its first war against some people intent on distilling at home - the Whiskey Rebellion. Alcohol is regulated differently than other products.
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If I had a nickel for every time someone has told me they would buy my beer, well, I'd have a whole lot of nickels!
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Old 07-10-2014, 04:03 AM   #28
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North Dakota just shot down a bill to be able to sell beer and wine at a farmers market, at least there was consideration. I have also heard that you can sell beer and wine off a farmstead in certain areas of the country but has stipulations; I have no sound evidence for this though. Keep bothering the local reps and maybe a farmers market could work if the state is not scared of the feds cracking down.
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North Dakota just shot down a bill to be able to sell beer and wine at a farmers market, at least there was consideration. I have also heard that you can sell beer and wine off a farmstead in certain areas of the country but has stipulations; I have no sound evidence for this though. Keep bothering the local reps and maybe a farmers market could work if the state is not scared of the feds cracking down.
This is a property use situation under loco and state law, and doesn't change the federal licensing requirements.
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North Dakota just shot down a bill to be able to sell beer and wine at a farmers market, at least there was consideration. I have also heard that you can sell beer and wine off a farmstead in certain areas of the country but has stipulations; I have no sound evidence for this though. Keep bothering the local reps and maybe a farmers market could work if the state is not scared of the feds cracking down.
In Virginia you can do that with wine if you grow at least 51% of the fruit on your property and buy a $190 license locally through ABC, but you still have to file for a federal permit through the TTB. I never looked into the cost of the federal permit.


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