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noun as in whiskey

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I wanted to find another solution, and the most sustainable solution was to become a distiller.

The heat speeds up the aging process, which affords the distillers the ability to get results from experiments faster than if they were in a cooler climate without losing too much to evaporation — better known as “the angels’ share.”

Scotland, Ireland, the United States and now Japan have strict regulations around production, but distillers creating new iterations are pushing boundaries and making the drink their own.

It started with an email from the FDA to one of her group’s members earlier this week, alerting the distiller about the fees and saying they are due within 45 days of being published in the Federal Register on Tuesday, she said.

Craft distillers across the country were forced to shut down their tasting rooms and tours at the start of the pandemic.

From Fortune

More than perhaps any other distiller of Scotch whisky, The Macallan understands the importance of color to a great whisky.

Any distiller who cannot adhere to them may not label its whiskey as such.

Shortly after his marriage, Mr. Coles returned to the island, and commenced the business of brewer and distiller.

At St. Petersburgh she had been a distiller of brandy; and now at Paris she turned rabbit-merchant.

The distiller mixes the malt with warm water, whereupon the diastase commences the conversion of the starch of the grain.

You have stuck by this wicked distiller of vile liquids through thick and thin.

This horizontal air-mill served as a landmark for many miles round: the proprietor was Mr. Hodgson, a maltster and distiller.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to distiller, such as: alcohol, drink, liquor, spirits, hooch, and moonshine.

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