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NJ issues first distiller's license since 1933

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey has issued its first distillery license since Prohibition ended in 1933. The action clears the way for Jersey Artisan Distilling to begin producing rum at its plant in Fairfield. Alcoholic Beverage Control director Michael Halfacre says the rum will be made using traditional techniques going back to the production of dark rum during the colonial period in New...

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