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5527Re: [Distillers] Cost reduction

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    Jul 23, 2002
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      Try asking your local Baker if you can buy sugar off him/her. I know my
      local baker and he has offered me sugar in 20kg bags at wholesale price.

      >From: "devil1869" <luclin@...>
      >To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [Distillers] Cost reduction
      >Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 22:47:00 -0000
      >I'm trying to reduce my cost per liter of finished product and was
      >hoping for some suggestions or guidance that will not significantly
      >sacrifice quality / taste. The pocket book has taken quite a beating
      >since I started a few months back and the wife is freakin'
      >Recently I switched from Dextrose to regular white sugar which helped
      >a fair bit. (.32/lb as opposed to .60/lb) Is Corn even better? Is
      >it worth the time and effort?
      >I recycle my carbon which works great so far (16+ 6L batches and
      >Finally, the SS Top Shelf flavors are wonderful but a little spendy
      >for daily consumption. I was considering trying my own flavoring by
      >adding vanilla extract - cinnamon - cloves - honey - dried apricots -
      >toasted oak chips (burbon). Is this advisable or will I end up
      >having to re-run the batch?
      >Any advice is welcomed, thank you in advance.

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