In all honesty, the thing that your distillery relies on the most, aside from the actual liquor it makes and the people who make it, is records. Nothing else you do will matter if all the proper paperwork and documents made for every step in the distilling process aren't in order and 100% accurate.
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At some point every distillery undergoes a TTB audit. It happens so frequently, they have a list of common mistakes that trigger audits on their website. We put together a quick look at the types of audits, common triggers, and how to avoid them.
Running a successful craft distillery requires the mastery of two things: recipes and record keeping. Maintaining compliance with the TTB seems like an entire job in itself. There's many common mistakes and issues distillers make on their reports, but there are ways to avoid them. Don't fret.
The TTB presents a great deal of frustration for most distillers. Complicated laws and regulations, varying tax amounts, due dates, and other compliance issues can make anyone want to pull their hair out. Between the TTB and state regulations regarding the three-tier system, there's a lot to manage. Having a solid distillery management software can take some of that burden off.