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60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

Since the rick house failure thread at the same distillery is closed, I started a new one.


I wonder is someone is doing a little sabotage?


The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: 60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

I've been on the tour of that distillery. It is less than a 2 hour drive from me.

RE: 60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

That is a lot of lost product I think they are going to need to order a whole bunch of spill kit supplies. I hope nobody was hurt.

RE: 60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

Mr. Patel's video should have had "Walking on Sunshine" playing in the background.

RE: 60,000 gallon bourbon mash spill

I have a friend that was working at a winery in Los Gatos. They blended wine in 30k gallon tanks. One of the blendings was to add water, something like twenty percent. Unfortunately one of the workers fell asleep and they added about 60% water to the contents. This overflowed the blending tank and ran thousands of gallons down the sewer. Management shrugged, made some adjustments and sold it anyway.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

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