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Maker’s Mark recently announced it now has the capacity to produce a whole lot more bourbon courtesy of the recent installation of its third still at its Loretto, Kentucky distillery. It certainly wasn’t an easy thing to get into place, when you consider the fact it is made of solid copper, 45 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter.

Officials at the distillery said the new still is a “mirror image” of its two existing stills, pretty much guaranteeing its distillery team, lead by master distiller Greg Davis, can replicate the same quality fans of its bourbon expect.


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