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  1. Empee Distilleries Limited (EDL) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - New Study ReleasedRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    The company produces alcoholic beverages and generates power in its manufacturing plants. Its products include napoleon brandy, premium whisky and elcanso premium deluxe brandy.

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  2. Miniature bottles of spirits snatched from food festival stall in UlverstonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Cumbria Police said a man approached the Lakes Distillery stall and swiped a bottle of gin and a bottle of whiskey.

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  3. Bottles of spirits stolen from Ulverston stallRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | North-West Evening Mail

    Police are investigating after two bottles of gin and whiskey were taken from the stall belonging to the Lakes Distillery.

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  4. City bars mix up cocktails with the taste of the oceanRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Bar Director Michael Neff shakes bar patrons' hands at Holiday Cocktail Lounge at 75 St. Marks Place, where they serve the Copy That. New York City beaches opened this weekend - but they're not the only way to get a taste of the ocean.

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  5. Cupid creator pursues love of Scotch in island idyllRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Web dating and IT entrepreneur Bill Dobbie is aiming to emulate the early pioneers of the Scotch whisky industry by giving the Hebridean Island of Raasay its first legal distillery, following a multimillion pound investment. Web dating and IT entrepreneur Bill Dobbie is aiming to emulate the early pioneers of the Scotch whisky industry by giving the Hebridean Island of Raasay its first legal distillery, following a multimillion pound investment.

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  6. Rebirth of a US whiskeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Contrary to popular opinion, Jack Daniel's was not the original Tennessee whiskey. In 1885 it sold 23,000 gallons, just a drop in the barrel compared to the 380,000 gallons produced by Charles Nelson's Green Brier Distillery.

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  7. See This, Skip That: Santa FeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    ... in Santa Fe, it's tough to beat the micro-distillery cocktails at Santa Fe Spirits, where hand-crafted gin, vodka, whiskey and apple brandy become sumptuous sipper ingredients. "Their tasting rooms, both at the distillery and in the Santa Fe ...

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  8. Unaware bourbon on land, wife saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NWAonline

    When authorities found five bourbon barrels on the property of a distillery worker accused of leading a whiskey theft ring in Kentucky, his wife was unaware the containers were on their property, her attorney said Friday. Kevin Fox, the attorney for Julie Curtsinger, said the charges against her appear to be "circumstantial or by implication" because she's married to Gilbert "Toby" Curtsinger, described by authorities as the ringleader of the theft ring.

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  9. OKC Police find moonshine distilleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    ... found a bag of marijuana, they found a pipe that was used to smoke marijuana and they also found a distillery, a whiskey distillery," Knight says. That's right, moonshine. Police say there was a pot with clear liquid on the stove and a lid on it ...

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  10. Alloa coppersmith toasts landmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Abercombie Coppersmiths, founded in 1790, has made thousands of copper stills for the whisky industry since switching to Caledonian Road in 1965. Now part of Diageo, owner of 28 Scotch whisky distilleries including Talisker, Dalwhinnie, Cardhu and Lagavulin, it employs 43 coppersmiths, some with more than 40 years' service.

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  11. Husband, wife plead not guilty in Kentucky bourbon theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    ... When authorities found five bourbon barrels on the property of a distillery worker accused of leading a long-running whiskey theft ring in Kentucky, his wife and co-defendant was unaware the containers were on their property, her attorney said ...

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  12. Agustin Kitchen Explores Summery Infusions on New Cocktail MenuRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tucson Weekly

    ... rotating special-on the Easy Drinkin' menu. I had assumed, wrongly, that one recent special, which included mint whiskey, was just some bottle of distillery-made mint whiskey a distributor rep dropped off at the bar and the bar staff then figured ...

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  13. Behind the Barrel of Wild Turkey Bourbon: Touring the Kentucky...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cool Hunting

    ... let's try this!' 'No.' 'Let's do this.' 'No.' You've got to prove it to him that it's not going to change his whiskey." What this means is that very little has actually changed, aside from computerization of some of the process, a shift to stainless ...

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  14. Arraignment held for five people named in bourbon theft indictmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WKYT

    ... A former security guard accused of looking the other way as thieves spirited away thousands of dollars' worth of whiskey from a Kentucky distillery was indicted earlier this month. A grand jury in Franklin County indicted 34-year-old Leslie Wright ...

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  15. A brief history of the 'original American whiskey' and the cocktail...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Norwalk Citizen News

    Walk into any trendy New York City bar today and you'll almost certainly find a variety of bourbons and Scotches on the shelf and a handful of whiskey-fueled cocktails on the menu. But it was not until recently that the one type of whiskey that industry buffs consider the "original American whiskey" began to see its own resurgence.

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  16. Catoctin Creek Will Release 4-Year-Old Rye Whiskey Called Rabble RouserRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Paper

    Catoctin Creek Distilling Company , best known for its Roundstone Rye, is preparing to unveil a new addition to its rye whiskey portfolio: Rabble Rouser. Whereas Roundstone Rye is aged for just under two years, Rabble Rouser will be four years old when it's released in October.

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  17. Islay Festival 2015 Kicks off at Islay HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Islay Weblog

    The Islay Festival has officially kicked off today and many folk found their way to the garden party at Islay House. What started off as a wet and misty morning turned out to be a rather pleasant afternoon, much to the enjoyment of the organisers and visitors.

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  18. Visit the Wonderful World of English Whisky This SummerRead the original story

    Friday | Pressat

    THE LAKES DISTILLERY is a dream of one man who wanted to create the perfect English whisky and is now the finest craft distillery in England, and the ideal day out this summer. Just six miles from Keswick in the North of the Lake District, Paul Currie, co-founder of the award winning Isle of Arran Distillers discovered his ideal location for England's finest craft distillery.

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  19. Whisky 'sleuths' working to protect against fakesRead the original story

    Friday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Around 70 court cases are being fought at any one time to tackle the scourge of fake whisky which threatens one of Scotland's biggest export products, it has been revealed.

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  20. Whisky Pays Price in Sweden's Hunt for European Power UnityRead the original story

    Friday | The Washington Post

    The difference in prices between Oeland and Gotland, Sweden's two biggest islands in the Baltic Sea, is a consequence of the nation shutting down a nuclear plant a decade ago. That caused shortages, prompting officials to cut off power exports to neighboring Denmark to ease the crunch.

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