Good news Georgia! We have worked with regulators in your state to understand the rules governing sale of Culinary Solvent to addresses in Georgia and it has been agreed that no further permits are required at this time for orders to process. We have updated our Shipping Policy page to reflect this new Currently Shipping status and have enabled addresses to GA to now process through the shopping cart. Hooray! :-D
Orders to Georgia, like all of our orders, typically ship out next day. To get to you from our distillery in Northern Maine, you can expect a transit time of approximately 3 business days via FedEx ground ORM-D service, so plan accordingly.
View the selection of quarts, gallons, and bulk currently shipping to Georgia
Question: Is it safe to store ethanol (190 proof and 200 proof) in polycarbonate jars or bottles?
Answer: Yes, technically polycarbonate has demonstrated a "good" (not "excellent") chemical compatibility with ethyl alcohol, thereby making it generally regarded as safe to combine the two materials, however we do not recommend using polycarbonate with ethyl for the reasons detailed below.
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