Translation of distillery in Spanish:

distillery

destilería, n.

Pronunciation: /dəˈstɪl(ə)ri//dɪˈstɪləri/

noun

  • 1

    destilería feminine
    • Some distilleries still honor this tradition while others use mechanical juicers.
    • Produced by more than 100 Scotch distilleries, each single malt has a style and flavor all its own.
    • On July 6th they will visit the whiskey distillery in Midleton and travel onwards to Cork for a spot of shopping.
    • Every distillery has a still that is unique in shape, its contours imbuing each single malt with its particular, individual taste.
    • The only study known to address this issue directly was conducted with employees recruited to Scottish breweries and distilleries.
    • It wasn't just the creamery, the local distillery had also closed down.
    • There are seven grand malt whisky distilleries here, with an eighth, farm-scale distillery being built at Kilchoman.
    • You may learn how she won a whiskey distillery in a high-stakes poker game.
    • Take the time, if you're passing the distillery, to go in for the tour.
    • But gin is making a comeback, and a number of distilleries are bringing this traditional spirit some new-found respect.
    • Beyond the distilleries and oatcake factories, our future lies in financial services, business services and the creative industries.
    • How can the Irish produce so many different and various whiskeys when Ireland has only three distilleries left?
    • The Eighteenth Amendment forced all breweries and distilleries to stop making beer and spirits.
    • He'd burn down his distillery before he'd stick out his foot and trip you.
    • There are more whiskeys on the glass shelves than you'll find in most distilleries and the staff are charming without being smarmy.
    • The Seelbach offers special bourbon packages, including room, bourbon tasting, dinner and directions to all the area distilleries.
    • It invites a dozen or more distilleries to come in and take over the patio for a day.
    • Until now, ‘production consolidation’ has been the watchword, especially with distilleries in Ireland and breweries in the UK.
    • Breweries and distilleries were upset that their businesses were being destroyed without compensation.
    • There were more than 2,000 distilleries in Ireland at one point, all busily trying to keep up with the world's thirst for Irish spirit.