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Trump may give an unintended boost to English whisky

by Stephen Beard Jan 29, 2020
The president's threat to impose tariffs on Scotch and Irish whiskies could benefit the little known English variety.
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Moonshine enters the mainstream

by Irina Zhorov Apr 16, 2019
The once-illicit beverage has a new following.
Brian and Laura Call make moonshine at the eponymous Call Family Distillers. They use family recipes and have turned the tasting room into a family museum. They say their stories pay homage to those who made moonshine to make ends meet.
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Whiskeys have to age for years, so how do distilleries make money?

by Sally Herships Mar 7, 2016
Distillers have to find another way to make money while whiskey ages.
Barrels of whiskey aging at the Kings County distillery.  Colin Spoelman, Kings County’s master distiller says when it comes to aging whiskey, a barrel can be like a tea bas. “The first time you use it, you get a lot of spice, a lot of infusion, flavor.”
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Running a distillery is whiskey business

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 7, 2015
The key to making money as a distillery: vodka today, whiskey tomorrow.