noun, plural dis·till·er·ies.
Examples from the Web for distillery
Every single bottle the distillery makes starts from the same spirit.
Which is why in 1961, the distillery finally decided to purchase the estate and its adjoining home.
And, perhaps most importantly, you will find a roving cast of characters—the employees of distillery.
So how do you open a distillery one year and have 5- or 15-year-old whiskey to sell the next?
“All that they do is hire salespeople, make up a BS story, and boom, they look like a distillery,” Leopold says.
The molasses and skimmings were sent for, sale to Batavia, where one distillery might buy the produce of a hundred estates.
Few men have the means of establishing a distillery on a new plan, and even the most enlightened may make notable errors.The Art of Making Whiskey|Anthony Boucherie
We visited the distillery, in which good whiskey is made, which is in much demand in the neighbouring places.Travels Through North America, v. 1-2|Berhard Saxe-Weimar Eisenach
In the Transvaal there are pottery works, a cement factory, many breweries, and one distillery.
It had, for some time, the fate of the distillery; but I have heard that it now flourishes.A Five Years' Residence in Buenos Ayres|George Thomas Love