Definition of distillery
: the works where distilling (as of alcoholic liquors) is done
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Participating distilleries: Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace, Four Roses, Town Branch, Castle & Key, Hartfield & Co. (and likely more to come!).
The marina also has two dog parks (the hotel is dog-friendly), a distillery and artists’ studios, a nod back to the Weisers’ long history in the arts.
Despite its thriving craft-beer scene, the Sunshine State is a relative newcomer to the nation's craft-distillery boom.
Detroit City Distillery, which opened in 2014 in Eastern Market, is opening its new distillery in the old Stroh’s site for public tours beginning Thursday.
The distillery project, known as Pacific Coast Spirits, would need multiple approvals before construction can begin.
To make one, top a 12-ounce pour of Cisco’s Grey Lady Ale with a 1.5-ounce floater of blueberry vodka from Triple Eight, Cisco’s sister distillery.
But Donald Bryson of the conservative group Americans For Prosperity said the change would help distilleries and wouldn’t involve enough sales to harm ABC stores.
It was privately consumed for years before the distillery that made the tequila told Clooney and Gerber there was an opportunity to expand the spirit beyond private parties.
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Definition of distillery for English Language Learners
: a place where alcoholic drinks (such as whiskey) are produced
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