distillery

[ UK /dɪstˈɪləɹi/ ]
[ US /dɪˈstɪɫɝi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation
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How To Use distillery In A Sentence

  • A distillery that wanted to launch a new brand of whisky would face this situation.
  • They combined pot ale - the liquid from copper stills distillery equipment - and the spent grains used to make whisky, also known as draff, to produce butanol. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • The distillery tour takes 2½ hours and is 40 per person. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are seven grand malt whisky distilleries here, with an eighth, farm-scale distillery being built at Kilchoman.
  • BRITAIN'S oldest distillery set a new record yesterday for the world's biggest bottle of whisky. The Sun
  • The group tried to change the formula for its Cardhu brand last year from a single malt (the product of one distillery) to a vatted malt (the product of a number of distilleries), while retaining the same name.
  • On July 6th they will visit the whiskey distillery in Midleton and travel onwards to Cork for a spot of shopping.
  • The mixture then goes through a series of vast tuns until it reaches the small oddly-shaped stills, which the family-run distillery retains to ensure consistency of the whisky.
  • My job involves overseeing the distillery and checking the quality of the whisky. The Sun
  • The distillery, you see, lies in a parish that's been dry since prohibition.
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