Monthly Archives: February 2015

10 ways to sell more Specialty Drinks

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How to sell more Appetizers

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How to sell more desserts

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TTB Provides Guidance to Cider Producers

The state and federal laws do not address cider clearly. In some cases, it is treated more like a beer and in others it is treated more like a wine. Here is some information that should help clarify some important … Continue reading

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What does the TTB look for when sampling your wine?

The TTB tested wines for compliance issues. The most commonly found problems, listed in order, were: Non-mandatory information differs from the COLA Mandatory information differs from the Certificate of Label Approval (COLA) Alcohol content: under Tax class Alcohol content: over … Continue reading

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What does the TTB look for when sampling your beer?

The TTB tested beers and malt beverages for compliance issues. The most commonly found problems, listed in order, were: Alcohol content: under Alcohol content: over Non-mandatory information differs from the COLA Mandatory information is missing Government warning has errors Mandatory … Continue reading

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What is the TTB looking for when it samples your distilled spirits?

The TTB tested distilled spirits for compliance issues. The most commonly found problems, listed in order, were: Alcohol content: over Alcohol content: under Government warning has errors Non-mandatory information differs from the COLA Mandatory information differs from the Certificate of … Continue reading

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New TTB Proofing Video Series for Distilled Spirits Industry

The federal TTB recently tested (“sampled”) a variety of alcoholic beverage products. The results indicate that proofing and gauging for distilled spirits is a problem area for some distilleries. Because the excise tax for distilled spirits is based on alcohol … Continue reading

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