rad14701 wrote:Unless I'm mistaken, the reference to legalities above was in regard to the legal definition of government standards for distilled spirits around the world and not the legality of the activity itself... I don't think anyone was questioning or accusing anyone about their personal respect for the law in general, or their lack thereof...
rad14701 wrote:I've been hunting around for a site that I visited some weeks ago which had the best legal standards for distilled spirits in various countries that I've ever come across which, unfortunately, I never bookmarked... It had a great breakdown of percentages, storage, aging, and a whole lot more... It was an obscure site so I haven't been able to locate it with a Google search yet...
Slow & Steady wrote: A man could go bust trying to read all the research as to what goes on during "aging" of whisky, brandy and scotch.
The Chemist wrote:There was one paper using radioactive tracer ethanol to determine "where it went", but I don't have that one at my fingertips.
goose eye wrote:schnell you sayin apple brandy wont age in glass . have you tryed it or is this all book learnin.
you put apple brandy in 6 gal glass pickle jugs an let it sit in a bulk barns for a year an let me
here you say that it aint changed.
truth be tole they aint got a clue why but they no it do.
so im tole
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