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stillhouse

(ˈstɪlˌhaʊs)
n
(Brewing) a distillery or place where the distilling process takes place
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Additional Art Fort Lauderdale beverage sponsors include Belvedere, Hennessy, Volcan, Glenmorangie, Stillhouse and Ziami.
Anita Felicelli; LOVE SONGS FOR A LOST CONTINENT; Stillhouse Press (Fiction: Short Stories) 16.00 ISBN: 9781945233043
" It's our play on the Pina Colada, but made with Stillhouse coconut whiskey, ice cream and banana puree."
"Currently, Stillhouse B at the legendary Stitzel-Weller Distillery contains our craft still, providing our team a chance to experiment with new flavor profiles," Kelly says.
Held at the Coral Sands in Palm Springs, California, aka The Galore Motel, guests of the Queens Of The Desert party were treated to poolside drinks by Stillhouse and Mary Jane from Humboldt Brothers as well as chic swag included Pitusa caftans, Melissa shoes and a quick shopping session on Fancy.
As previously announced, Eastside has retained Portland-based spirits branding firm, Sandstrom Partners, whose previous work includes Aviation Gin, Bulleit Bourbon, Stillhouse and St.
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A brewery or stillhouse is just one link in the life chain of a pint of beer, or shot of liquor, impacting the planet's resources.
Since forming in 2013 the band have released two full-length records Murder Murder Murder and their second From the Stillhouse (due out June 24 in the UK an Ireland), is preceded by their first dates over in the UK an Ireland during May and June.
in Clermont, at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, a captivating tour highlighted the amazing di$erence between this giant distillery, where 15,000 cases a day come o$ each of the 12 production lines, and Corsair, who produce a mere 12,000 cases a year.
The water used at Glengoyne comes from the waterfall situated just behind the stillhouse, which is the original reason for the distillery's location.