Like wineries and breweries before them, craft distilleries in Virginia have infused money, vision and countless hours into an industry dominated by the Jim Beams and Wild Turkeys of the world. But rules set in place after Prohibition have made distilling in Virginia a tough, if rewarding, proposition.
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Since it opened in 2014, Christine, the owner and master distiller, has produced craft-made vodka, gin and whiskeys that have won more than a dozen international awards in a traditionally male-dominated industry.
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