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noun as in whiskey

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On the 2½ -hour drive there, I started doing distillery research, thinking we would be able to roll into town and do a tour or tasting.

She also has seen the opening of a Nike store, Target and Mom’s Organic Market, along with breweries, distilleries and a shop that sells motorcycle parts and apparel.

A number of craft distilleries and some new beverage brands have started to make canned cocktails that actually use hard spirits.

In 1976, points out Robert Caldwell, a brand ambassador for Teeling — one of the families and distilleries most responsible for the ongoing reinvention and rejuvenation of Irish whiskey — there were two distilleries in Ireland, four by 1993.

The distillery, on Denmark’s west coast, sits on farmland and all the grains come from within 10 miles.

The Speyside distillery is famous for taking only the finest cut of spirit for its whisky.

Every single bottle the distillery makes starts from the same spirit.

Which is why in 1961, the distillery finally decided to purchase the estate and its adjoining home.

And, perhaps most importantly, you will find a roving cast of characters—the employees of distillery.

For one Speyside distillery in particular, The Macallan, that process has come to be defined by some curiously small stills.

They had stopped at the distillery on their way, and were just enough under the influence of drink to be funny and reckless.

Ye'er boss sees ye're dhrinkin' a good deal an' be th' look iv things th' distillery business ought to improve.

He has a fortune in his own right, Miss Benedict, left him by his grandmother, and he invested it in Westlake's distillery.

After a short while her husband returned from the distillery with some brandy, and the men hurried down into the cellar.

The date of its erection was 1858 and there was also a distillery operated within the limits of the farm.


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

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