The TTB wants to see a detailed record of every work day, wether you brew, clean kegs, mop floors, or whatever. This is something I have tried to do but have fallen massively short at. My record keeping has been atrocious. But we have documented every brew day and every keg or case of beer we have shipped. Not looking forward to the next inspection but I have known others with similar problems as myself and the inspection has never turned out bad. All they really want is to make their tax money.
That said, be sure your bright tanks are calibrated.
Bright tanks?, I don't need no stinkin' bright tanks. LOL
I'm a homebrewer that can legally sell my beer. I have a Blichmann top teir system with keggles for my HLT, Mash tun, and boil pot. I brew 10 gallon batches, and ferment in buckets. Then transfer straight to a corny. No bright tank involved. (although we are about to get 30 gallon boilermakers for HLT and Mash tun with a 55 gallon boilermaker for the boil pot.)
Over the weekend I reviewed all my logs and such, and I think I'm ready. My racking and bottling log is one document since I don't use a bright tank. I had to fudge my Report of Operations because of that.
The question I have is about the monthly inventory. I have only been counting beer that is ready for sale, not in the fermenters. I hope that's right. There's really never any record of what is in the fermenters unless you take the brewing log, and subtract out what is on the racking and bottling log.
Oh well. We'll find out tomorrow at 4:30pm PST.