Definition of distiller
: one that distills especially alcoholic liquors
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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.
And like wine producers and craft brewers, distillers have turned to the state for help in producing and marketing their products.
Kelvin rehabs them and puts them into their own cargo containers, bound for Scotland, Ireland, China, the Caribbean, and elsewhere so distillers in those places can age their new-make spirit in ex-bourbon casks from America.
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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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