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How do I Legally Distill at Home in South Africa? - Part 3: Record Keeping
Published : 29-01-2020 11:34:48 | Categories : Home Distilling , Legislation , Miscellaneous
Part 3 of three Articles dealing with Legal Home Distilling in SA, deals with the keeping of Distilling Records by the Home Distiller. Distillique has done its utmost to make this as easy as possible.
How do I Legally Distill at Home in South Africa? - Part 2: Registration
Published : 29-01-2020 10:16:59 | Categories : Home Distilling , Legislation , Miscellaneous
In Part 1 of the series of Articles, we looked at the Still Requirements for Home Distillation. Here in Part 2 we talk about the actual registration process.
How do I Legally Distill at Home in South Africa? - Part 1: Stills
Published : 29-01-2020 08:45:09 | Categories : Home Distilling , Legislation , Miscellaneous
In Part 1 of 3 Articles dealing with the Legality of Home Distilling, we look at Stills. What type of Still are we allowed to use, what are the requirements, and where can I get a Legal Still.
Micro Liquor Manufacturing Licenses - What to watch out for
Published : 17-01-2020 09:02:56 | Categories : Commercial Distilling , Legislation , Miscellaneous
Applying for a Micro Liquor Manufacturing License is probably one of the most stressful and frustrating processes you will ever go through. It is made even more so by these pitfalls.
Factors to Consider to Increase the Perceived Value of your Product
Published : 17-01-2020 08:53:26 | Categories : Commercial Distilling , Craft Spirits , Miscellaneous
Craft Products play in the upmarket (and therefore expensive) space, and in order to get consumers to buy your product, you need to convince them that your product is worth that spend. How?
Closed Cooling Systems and their Challenges
Published : 16-01-2020 14:50:46 | Categories : Commercial Distilling , Distillation , Fermentation , Home Distilling , Miscellaneous
South Africa is an arid country, and more and more we face extensive drought conditions. Distilleries need water to operate. So how do we limit the water we require, especially for cooling?