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dis·till·er

 (dĭ-stĭl′ər)
n.
1. One that distills, as a condenser.
2. One that makes alcoholic liquors by the process of distillation.
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distiller

(dɪˈstɪlə)
n
(Brewing) a person or organization that distils, esp a company that makes spirits
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dis•till•er

(dɪˈstɪl ər)

n.
1. an apparatus for distilling, as a condenser; still.
2. one that distills alcoholic liquors.
[1570–80]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.distiller - someone who distills alcoholic liquorsdistiller - someone who distills alcoholic liquors
producer, manufacturer - someone who manufactures something
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Translations
مُقَطِّر، جِهاز تَقْطير
destilátorlihovarník
destillatørwhiskydestilleri
pálinkafőző
eimari; áfengisframleiîandi
destilátor
içki imalâtçısı

distiller

[dɪsˈtɪləʳ] Ndestilador m
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distiller

[dɪˈstɪlər] n
(= person) → distillateur/trice m/f
(= company) → distillateur m
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distiller

nDestillateur m, → (Branntwein)brenner m
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distiller

[dɪsˈtɪləʳ] n (person) → distillatore/trice; (company) → distilleria
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

distil

(diˈstil) (American) distillpast tense, past participle diˈstilled verb
1. to get (a liquid) in a pure state by heating to steam or a vapour and cooling again.
2. to obtain alcoholic spirit from anything by this method. Whisky is distilled from barley.
ˌdistilˈlation noun
diˈstiller noun
a person or firm that distils and makes spirits. a firm of whisky-distillers.
diˈstilleryplural diˈstilleries noun
a place where distilling (of whisky, brandy etc) is done.
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References in classic literature ?
The other case, was that of a man who once went to a certain distiller's and stole a copper measure containing a quantity of liquor.
This was said in jest; but if the speaker could have seen the evil leer with which the Jew bit his pale lip as he turned round to the cupboard, he might have thought the caution not wholly unnecessary, or the wish (at all events) to improve upon the distiller's ingenuity not very far from the old gentleman's merry heart.
There were, within sight, an auctioneer's and fire-agency office, a corn-factor's, a linen-draper's, a saddler's, a distiller's, a grocer's, and a shoe-shop--the last- mentioned warehouse being also appropriated to the diffusion of hats, bonnets, wearing apparel, cotton umbrellas, and useful knowledge.
On this twenty-fifth of March, it was John Willet's pride annually to settle, in hard cash, his account with a certain vintner and distiller in the city of London; to give into whose hands a canvas bag containing its exact amount, and not a penny more or less, was the end and object of a journey for Joe, so surely as the year and day came round.
Even then it had commenced to rise and fall, and had clarified its waters and colored them of the hue they now wear, and obtained a patent of Heaven to be the only Walden Pond in the world and distiller of celestial dews.
Above all, Mademoiselle Cormon sacrificed on the altar of her hopes three bottles of the famous liqueurs of Madame Amphoux, the most illustrious of all the distillers of the tropics,--a name very dear to gourmets.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-BASED PERNOD RICARD USA HAS INTRODUCED SEAGRAM'S GIN DISTILLER'S RESERVE, WHICH IT SAYS IS CRAFTED BY A MASTER DISTILLER WHO SELECTS THE BEST BARREL PROOF BATCHES WITH THE RICHEST CHARACTER AND DISTINCT BOTANICAL ESSENCE, AND BLENDS THEM TO CREATE A PERFECTLY BALANCED 102-PROOF GIN.
Most premium bourbons are labeled as "single barrel" and/or "small batch." ("Single barrel" means the bourbon comes from an unblended "honey" barrel handpicked by the master distiller, while "small batch" means it was created from a blend of barrels for a limited run of bottles.) When you see "straight bourbon" on the label, that refers to bourbon produced using the sour mash method, which passes liquid from an earlier distillation onto the next distillation to create consistency between batches.
TOP MAN: Diageo director Tom Ness toasts the company which has been named Distiller of the Year
Summary: Feeding Distiller Dried Grains with Solubles (DDGS) Market: Future Forecast Indicates Impressive Growth Rate
The distiller hired an emergency cleanup crew and state environmental officials were coordinating efforts to control bourbon runoff into a nearby creek that flows into the Kentucky River, said John Mura, a spokesman for the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.
The Distilling Team at Lagg Distillery will be under the watchful eye of Graham Omand, the nephew and protege of Isle of Arran Master Distiller James MacTaggart, who has been running operations in Lochranza since 2008.