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For the first time in 200 years, 18th century-style stills are being installed at the soon-to-be reconstructed George Washington's Whiskey Distillery in America.

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"The distillery, scheduled to be dedicated in September and open to the public in April 2007, will be the only operating 18th century-style distillery in North America. The rebuilt distillery will function as a national distilling museum and the gateway to the American Whiskey Trail, which encompasses sites in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.."

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Andrew,

I visited the Jack Daniel's Distillery here in Tennessee this weekend... I'll have some photos and a story up on the blog in the next few days. Can't wait to see the Washington distillery in the future!