Federal law permits a household to produce 200 gallons of homemade alcoholic
beverages (but no distilling). Beyond that you must pay excise taxes and obtain ...
Make over that amount of wine, however, or sell any of your homemade products,
and the government wants to start taking you seriously for tax purposes as well ...
How to Sell Homemade Wine. In order to legally sell your own wine, you must
have a series of licenses and permits from both the federal government and from
Jan 3, 2013 ... You can't sell you homemade wine. Period. End of Story. But, wait, keep reading.
There are still answered questions: Can you give your ...
Aug 29, 2012 ... If you are considering becoming a winery, or if you would like to sell wine, here is
a discussion of the federal qualification process for becoming ...
Under the 27 C.F.R. §25.206, homemade beer for personal or family use may be
removed .... Wine used under this section shall not be sold or offered for sale.
Just wondering if anyone knows about licensing laws for selling homemade Plum
wine as part of a luxury bath package? the wine is made by ...
Oct 15, 2012 ... Production of homemade distilled alcohol, however, remains illegal throughout
the ... It is never legal to sell the beer or wine you make at home.
Licensing for sale is no harder for mead than for wine, mead is explicitly ...
Overall, if you expect to sell your homemade mead, you'd better ...
This form of licensing allows them to hold title to wine and to sell it directly to
other licensees (depending on the state you're in and the privileges of the license