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Derbyshire whisky could start being produced by the end of the year after plans to create what is believed to be the first ever distillery in the county were given the green light. White Peak Distillery has been given permission by Amber Valley Borough Council to create the venture inside disused industrial units at Derwent Works, in Matlock Road, Ambergate, which were formerly part of the Johnson & Nephew wire works. However, people hoping to sample the firm's whisky will have to wait...


















Cheers! Derbyshire to get its first ever whisky distillery


Article Published On 05/07/2017 13:23:00
Published By Derby Telegraph | View The Full News Article

Derbyshire whisky could start being produced by the end of the year after plans to create what is believed to be the first ever distillery in the county were given the green light. White Peak Distillery has been given permission by Amber Valley Borough Council to create the venture inside disused industrial units at Derwent Works, in Matlock Road, Ambergate, which were formerly part of the Johnson & Nephew wire works. However, people hoping to sample the firm's whisky will have to wait...


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