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Synonyms for distillery

a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation

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Following the laws that oversee breweries and wineries, HB309 amended the bill to also require employees at distilleries to hold a Techniques of Alcohol Management Card, or TAM Card, before serving alcohol.
While many may be inclined to believe that the industry would be resistant to change, there is something of a green revolution occurring across a number of Scotland's distilleries.
More and more distilleries are developing their own visitor centres, oering tastings and tours.
Last but by no means least on our tour was Glenfiddich, one of the oldest family–owned distilleries in Scotland, founded in 1886 by William Grant, and one that would become the world's most awarded single malt Scotch whisky.
A whisky trail in Ireland would consist of the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin, the Jameson Experience in Midleton, a town to the south-east of Cork, and the Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre in County Offaly (it's closed for renovations now, but will open later in the summer) are former working distilleries now open to visitors.
Four years after the state first began issuing craft distillery licenses in 2008, 40 distilleries have been approved, and 17 applications for new producers are currently pending, according to the state Liquor Control Board.
26 October 2010 - Indian rating agency CRISIL yesterday said it has raised the short-term rating on the bank facility of Ravikumar Distilleries Limited to P4+ from P4.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 26, 2010--CRISIL upgrades short-term rating of Ravikumar Distilleries to P4+(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
3 -- Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today dismissed AIADMK General Secretary J Jayalaithaa's charge that his son and Deputy Chief Minister M K Stalin and daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi owned distilleries, and dared her to prove the charge.
It would bring the number of distilleries in Ireland to five, including the reopened Kilbeggan distillery in Co Westmeath.
Seven other distilleries on the island are understood to be considering similar plans.
ethanol distilleries has tripled in five years, jumping from eighteen million tons in 2001 to an estimated fifty-five million tons from the 2006 crop.
Oddbins has created a series of malt whiskies to highlight Scotland's lesser-known distilleries and to offer lower price points for single-cask releases.
All manner of visitors were present when we went along recently, and being able to roam freely amongst the rows and rows of barrels (including some dating right back to the distillery's first days when the barrels were reconditioned Spanish sherry casks, still bearing the legend "Cadiz" firmly imprinted on their ends) was a treat not allowed on similar tours of Highland distilleries, at least not those we know about.
The plant would produce 10 immediate jobs with a projected growth curve over to the next decade of up to 100 jobs, based on other models of distilleries in Ontario.