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Product should not be shipped until confirmation of certification is received from Mexico through FSIS.Upon FSIS receipt of notification from the Mexican officials of their approval, these establishments will be added to the current FSIS Eligible Plant List for Mexico.The request can be uploaded as a separate PDF attachment directly into PHIS along with the 9080-3 submission or, if using the FSIS Proxy, submitted along with the 9080-3 Form.The Fender serial number decoder currently supports all documented MIA, MIJ, MIM, MIK and MII formats with the exception of Custom Shop, Relic and Reissue instruments.NOTE: When completing FSIS Form 9080-3 in PHIS, the information submitted on the form is what will be sent to Mexico.For example, if the establishment is currently eligible to ship poultry, and now wishes to export both pork and poultry, they should check both poultry and pork.Click Here for a Sizing Chart Brewed a light, easy drinking Mexi-lager and it was the fastest seasonal I've moved at my brewpub.Unfortunately my glycol system experienced a failure and after about 30% attn., the temp climbed to 17C. The malt showed through well, and produced a crisp, balanced beer. I used this for both a Vienna lager and a traditional bock. The Vienna won a gold medal in the European Amber Lager category and the traditional bock won second place in the Bock Category. I can't wait to see how they do when they condition a little.
It took 1st place in a large competion for dark lagers. I also brewed a Baltic Porter for the afformentioned competition with a friend.
All product that exports through this customs broker will be subjected to 100% inspection (Phase 1.) Exporters should be prepared to work with other custom brokers in the case that their current broker loses its "good standing".
FSIS will certify these establishments to Mexican Officials.
For example, "Slaughter dates to " would indicate a slaughter date range of March 15, 2001 to April 15, 2001.
"Packing dates to " would include a packing date range from April 18, 2001 to April 23, 2001. Import inspection records have been maintained by the Mexican authorities for the past 5 months, on a port by port basis.
It keeps drinkability on the forefront while allowing malt and hop flavors and aromas to be background notes.