I spoke to a police friend of mine, He said to NEVER ADMIT that the rig is for making alcohol, say it is for purifying water. ... From: dark_taetMessage 1 of 11 , Feb 1, 2004View SourceI spoke to a police friend of mine, He said to NEVER ADMIT that the rig is
for making alcohol, say it is for purifying water.
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From: "dark_taet" <ndistillers@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2004 5:44 PM
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: Hi all :)
> Well hopefully someone from up that way will contact you and show
> you the ropes..
> As for the license i was pretty keen to follow that up as well..
> and basically no.. There are a couple of boutique breweries
> opperating, but i'd suggest that the license fee is pretty
> significant as they charge around the $80 for 500ml of spirits...!
> Personally i wrestled with the ethics of the hobby and at the end of
> the day decided to keep going. (I started and bought the gear
> before i knew it was illegal here.)
> The rules for staying out of trouble seems to be;
> 1. DONT EVER SELL YOUR PRODUCT (sorry in caps, but wanted to make
> the point)
> 2. Only share with and tell close friends.
> 3. Don't get busted for doing anything else illegal.
> From what i can tell if you follow those rules no one has
> been "busted" in Australia for several generations...
> Best of luck with your decision..
> --- In email@example.com, "Monica" <monica@a...> wrote:
> > I'm up in Townsville, QLD
> > ...also, out of interest is it possible to purchase a licence for
> low-volume home distilling? Even if you do have to pay a tax...
> Something that would still not allow you to sell your produce.
> > I would guess not of course, but it never hurts to ask these
> > ===Monica
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Lauren, The guy would have to be as inept as Inspector Jacques Clouseau to miss the carboys of aging whiskey in my basement and not put 2 and 2 together! IMessage 2 of 11 , Feb 1, 2004View SourceLauren,
The guy would have to be as inept as Inspector Jacques Clouseau to
miss the carboys of aging whiskey in my basement and not put 2 and 2
together! I reckon the books I have on distilling wouldn't tip him
BS : )
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Laurens W" <lwildebo@b...>
> I spoke to a police friend of mine, He said to NEVER ADMIT that therig is
> for making alcohol, say it is for purifying water.