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distill

verb boil down, clarify, concentrate, decoct, destillare, draw forth, draw out, draw out the essence, drop, expel, extract, filtrate, filter, free from extraneous matter, press out, purify by removing the forrign and nonessential, reduce to extreme purity and strength, separate, squeeze out, stillare, strain, strain out, take out, trickle, vaporize and condense, wring
Associated concepts: distilled liquor, distilled spirits, distilllng apparatus, distilling the essence out of a case
See also: extract
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Yellow Rose Distilling specialises in hand-crafted, blended and bottled premium whiskeys.
Gray Wolf Craft Distilling, located within Lyon Distilling Company, is open daily for tastings and offers tours on Saturdays at 1, 2, 3 and 4pm.
Distilling also offers another way to handle bumper crops that don't quite measure up to expected quality standards.
Charbay's venture into hop-flavored whisky dates back to 1999, when the father-son team of Miles (Susan's husband) and Marko Karakasevic became intrigued by the idea of distilling bottle-ready beer.
Lyons noted that both of the honorees have been high-profile members of the brewing and distilling communities, with careers going back several decades.
Saturday 20th July - International Brewing and Distilling Convention - Day 2
I got my start in DIY distilling thanks to the mirabelle plum tree that rains fruit in my backyard in June.
The first release from Philadelphia Distilling, Bluecoat features an exhilarating juniper and herbal bouquet, as well as a brilliant and a long-lasting palate of citrus, spice and herbs.
is dedicated to providing tools to a business' internal experts for distilling their knowledge into new graphical business applications.
Reincarnated business communicators are pulling their seats up to the same tables, facilitating the exchange of ideas, distilling essential information and building consensus from alternate points of view.
Not only brandy, but whiskey (made by distilling fermenting grain) became available in sizable quantities.
A continuous still, as the name implies, runs continously, distilling 1,000 gallons of brandy an hour.