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Motor City Gas is looking into adding a 500-gallon copper whiskey still to quadruple the current production capacity.
This Russian imperial stout serves as the base of a corresponding whiskey called the Czar, but the beer leads its own charge in lower ABV form.
The distillery is near a waterway, and officials were checking on whether any whiskey had spilled into it.
Local brothers David, Peter and Jack Baker, who in their previous career distributed Crystal Rock water, produce award-winning tipples, including a smooth bourbon whiskey, vodka and gin.
And since the demand for whiskey has kind of taken off in recent years, that means the world is blowing through the reserves a lot faster than originally planned.
Settle down, raise kids, drink whiskey at the bar and eat barbecue every weekend.
The restaurant’s bar served up colorful cocktails, including a gimlet made with a peppery boutique gin from Nikka Coffey, a Japanese distillery best known for its whiskey.
Now, the innovative label Apothic Wine (which has already released a red blend aged in whiskey barrels) is trying its hand at the combo with their newest product, Apothic Brew.
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Definition of Whiskey
WHISKEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whiskey for English Language Learners
: a strong alcoholic drink made from a grain (such as rye, corn, or barley)
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