distiller


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distiller

a person or organization that distils, esp a company that makes spirits
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Daniel hired freed slave Green in 1866 - a year after the American Civil War - to be his first master distiller.
Big Bottom Distilling is a distiller of premium gins, whiskeys, brandies, rum, and vodka.
with the average craft distiller selling about 3,200 cases per year.
It is also the second largest gin distiller in the world.
The Bourbon Hall of Famer, who turns 80 this November, now works with his son Eddie, who joined Wild Turkey in 1981 and today serves as distiller.
Brainware Distiller is Oracle and SAP certified and has integrated or interfaced with Lawson, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and many legacy systems.
19, 2010 (CENS)--The Singapore-listed Dukang Distillers Holdings Limited will issue TDRs (Taiwan depository receipts) on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) to promote a China top-10 spirit--Dukang Baijiu.
The distiller will help the plant cut ammonia emissions to levels completely compatible with EU rules, the company said.
Some producers make the livestock feed distillers grains as a byproduct of making ethanol, which can improve profits.
Adding back liquid solubles to distiller's grains makes a coproduct known as "wet distillers grains with solubles" (WDGS).
Distiller, Natasha, Desire and Gender in the Sonnet Tradition, Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008; hardback; pp.
Arnett becomes just the seventh master distiller in the history of Jack Daniels bourbon, and will also now become the promotional face behind the product.