Definition of distiller
: one that distills especially alcoholic liquors
Recent Examples of distiller from the Web
Mark Stewart started stretching canvases for Michalopoulos 12 years ago, and today is president and distiller of Celebration Distillation.
ICP produces fuel-grade ethanol, beverage and industrial-grade alcohol, dry distillers grain and corn oil.
Too many raspberry-flavored products taste cloyingly sweet because distillers try to mask the tartness of the berries.
Voters would then be given a chance to fix the problem before the election. -- Allow craft distilleries to sell up to six containers of each of their products in the distiller’s gift shop.
Allow craft distilleries to sell up to six containers of each of their products in the distiller’s gift shop.
Along with the earlier Sunday sales, the bill would allow distillers to sell up to five bottles a year to people who tour their facility.
And like wine producers and craft brewers, distillers have turned to the state for help in producing and marketing their products.
For a $200 permit, distillers could also give out free, quarter-ounce samples of their products at events such as street festivals.
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Definition of distiller for English Language Learners
: a person or company that produces strong alcoholic drinks (such as whiskey) by distilling them
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