43446Re: Any Canadian Busted?
- Sep 2, 2008--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Derek Hamlet <derekhamlet@...>
>Since this subject is of interest in the UK, would anyone care tospeak up? My local supplier says much the same thing, but it's
difficult getting knowledge as people are either few and far between -
or genuinely secretive.
> At 10:17 AM 9/2/2008, you wrote:one in
> >--- In
> >"mstehelin" <mstehelin@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Howdy all,
> > > I'm just wondering if any one has any 1st hand Knowledge of Any
> > > Canada Getting Busted for distilling. My understanding of itall is
> > > that personal distilling is a gray area, and that as long asyou are
> > > not selling the stuff you are ok. Any Thoughts?dedicated
> > > Cheers
> > > M
> My friend, the law in Canada is very clear. Distilling alcohol for
> consumption is illegal. It is not a gray area at all at all.
> Having said that, we do not have an arm of the law that is
> to the task of "taking down stills".out
> If you are a Canuck then you know that policing is either carried
> by local police forces, the RCMP, OPP in Ontario and the Quebeccounterpart.
> These are very busy people. They are not going after the littleguy
> pulling off some vodka or corn whiskey for their own consumption.be
> Boast about it all over the bar or at work or at the church social
> and perhaps someone will submit a complaint and then "they" might
> forced to investigate.from
> It's a little like the folks who keep a little baggie of smoke or
> perhaps grow six plants a year. The police and the courts know the
> public sentiment and do not want to get involved in something that
> takes up their time, clogs the courts and takes their time away
> serious policing matters.
> Enjoy your hobby and be circumspect.
> "What are all those black and whites doing in my driveway"
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