Definition of distillery
: the works where distilling (as of alcoholic liquors) is done
Recent Examples of distillery from the Web
At least one local distillery is doing its part too.
A big part of that draw is the city of Frederick, its restaurants and, yes, its breweries and distilleries, which the county now promotes with a dedicated tour map.
Industry spokesmen say by year’s end there will be nearly 80 distilleries in the state, almost all starting this decade.
The fire was contained to the distillery building on the large property, which is set back from South Cleveland Massillon Road near Brenner Road.
Mr. Trubnikov couldn’t cover his debts and the distillery soon went under.
Redmont, Birmingham's first legal distillery since prohibition, also won Bronze awards for the Alabama Cotton Gin in the gin category and the Satsuma Vodka in the vodka category.
After spending time at the Bacardi distillery in Puerto Rico, the three not only tasted several different blends but also experimented to create one unique to Major Lazer inspired by the island energy of their music.
That’s when Bruichladdich, a small Scottish distillery, expects to begin delivering a whisky that is 92 percent alcohol.
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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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