- distillation column,
- distilled water,
- distillers' grain,
Origin of distiller
Examples from the Web for distiller
More than perhaps any other distiller of Scotch whisky, The Macallan understands the importance of color to a great whisky.
Any distiller who cannot adhere to them may not label its whiskey as such.Hillbilly Heaven: The History of Small-Batch Bourbon|Dane Huckelbridge|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Langdale—that's my name—vintner and distiller—Holborn Hill—you're heartily welcome, if you'll come.'Barnaby Rudge|Charles Dickens
The distiller mixes the malt with warm water, whereupon the diastase commences the conversion of the starch of the grain.The Romance of War Inventions|Thomas W. Corbin
From these hints and the experience of the distiller, a judgment may be formed of the state of fermentation and the quality.The Practical Distiller|Samuel McHarry
At St. Petersburgh she had been a distiller of brandy; and now at Paris she turned rabbit-merchant.
Her maiden name was Cassidy, and her father a distiller; and, in fact, Bob was quite delighted with his beautiful neighbour.Jack Hinton|Charles James Lever
1570s, agent noun from distill.