Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

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Re: Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

Postby deryn » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:19 am

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Re: Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

Postby RC Al » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:33 am

My apologies, did something change? I very clearly recollect that there was a pay for hobby option? I laughed at the concept that they could enforce it at the time...
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Re: Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

Postby orcy » Thu Nov 29, 2018 12:06 pm

Sebastian raeburn at craft and co is definitely consulting on recipe development for commercial distillation. Great guy too. They also do contract distilling if you want to start a company and gypsy brew.
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Re: Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

Postby db1979 » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:16 pm

RC Al wrote:My apologies, did something change? I very clearly recollect that there was a pay for hobby option? I laughed at the concept that they could enforce it at the time...

No, nothing has changed; there never was the option.

I think in NZ, as part of the series of events that led to legalisation, they tried to make hobbyists pay and then realised how difficult it was, so decided to just make it legal and tax free. If I recall correctly. Or maybe it had to do with the volume of stills needing to be registered and audited. :think:
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Re: Contract gin recipe development in melbourne

Postby Rolls912 » Fri Nov 30, 2018 10:27 pm

deryn wrote:Hey melb_andy, have a listen to episode 22 of Still Talking Podcast
https://stilltalkingpodcast.com/ep-22-an-interview-w-derv-and-sebastian-of-anther-spirits/
It's an interview with the owners of Anther Spirits, small batch gin producers who operate out of a place called The Craft & Co in Collingwood. From what I can tell, that place is exactly what you are looking for.


Great blokes too. Always happy to share the love
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