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distillery

a place where alcoholic drinks, etc., are made by distillation

distillery

[də′stil·ə·rē]
(food engineering)
The building where distillation of alcoholic beverages occurs.
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Shapira, Executive Vice President, Heaven Hill Distilleries, 502-348-3921, (fax) 502-348-0162, or Donn S.
The sale is an important part of our strategy to rationalize our business in North America following our acquisition of Glenmore Distilleries in 1991, and the subsequent merging of the business with Schenley Industries to form United Distillers Glenmore in 1992.
Unable to withstand the rising production cost, a significant number of small and medium-sized distilleries may possibly shut down or be forced sell their facilities between 2015 and 2018.
Two of the islands' eight distilleries - Ardbeg and Laphroaig - are marking their 200th anniversary this year.
The bill updates Title 4 Statutes in state law governing distilleries in Alaska and went into effect October 12.
Dozens of distilleries have clustered in the Portland area, but producers of vodka, gin, liqueurs and other liquor are just starting to establish a presence in the Eugene area.
So, after looking through the informative website, we set off in the car to explore Speyside, home to more than half of the malt whisky distilleries in Scotland, on the trail.
From Muir of Ord to Brora the investment in our distilleries is now almost Au150million, which we believe is bringing great benefit to the local economies and communities.
This is in no small part due to the steep history and heritage that distilleries such as Kilbeggan Distillery, The Old Jameson Distillery in addition to the Jameson Experience Centre in Cork possess.
Four years after the state first began issuing craft distillery licenses in 2008, 40 distilleries have been approved, and 17 applications for new producers are currently pending, according to the state Liquor Control Board.
3 -- Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today dismissed AIADMK General Secretary J Jayalaithaa's charge that his son and Deputy Chief Minister M K Stalin and daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi owned distilleries, and dared her to prove the charge.
It would bring the number of distilleries in Ireland to five, including the reopened Kilbeggan distillery in Co Westmeath.