« on: December 05, 2012, 09:17:21 PM »
This auction has been pretty heavily promoted on Probrewer, I'm sure most of this stuff is going to shoot up near the end of the auction.
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Don't forget, you can always sell shares in your brewery that are not voting shares. You may have fewer takers, but it is one way to retain control.
Very true. There is a little place called BBC that did that.
QuoteSadly it's also on who "interpets" the laws of your state. I know some brewers/clubs have done so without any problems. Other brewers/clubs in the same state have asked the ABC and have been told no. As a homebrewer I think this is a case of "it's better to beg forgiveness, than ask permission".
Are you referring to selling beer at festivals or just giving it away?
...Greg Doss from Wyeast gave a very interesting seminar about a mash temp vs. fermentability experiment he'd done. Surprising results which kinda make me question a lot of things about mash temps.
I'm very interested in that one as well.
The one thing I remember fro it is that he found a 153F mash temp produced the most fermentable wort. Surprised me!