Leos has a nice place there and good beers. He might even let you work for him when you visit (for free of course). I can't wait to see the new place. We need some more construction photos here or on FB.
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As far as spend grain is concerned. On one of the TTB form we file how much hops and grain we use per the period. This is quite silly to my opinion because if I brew higher gravity beers in winter and smaller gravity in the summer, there would be significant difference per BBL of beer. The same goes for hops.
I worry that one of these days they're going to audit me for making session beers.
Also how do you expect to be successful at it if you want to do it only part time?
This is one thing I wonder about when I see or hear about people running a brewery part time. You have to be either in or out. Or you have to be willing to pay someone to be all the way in. You can not run a successful brewery on the side in your spare time (if by "successful you mean "profitable".)
"If it'll cut a pipe, it'll cut a d!€k"
So, I can only assume it would slice a sausage just fine. I can make you deal on one.