Detroit Free Press: Michigan-made liquor, craft distilling gain momentum

Saturday, March 30th, 2013 | posted by admin

Andre J. Jackson/Detroit Free Press
By Sylvia Rector, Detroit Free Press Staff Writer

When Two James Spirits fires up its 500-gallon, copper-clad still next month in Corktown and starts its first run of premium vodka, it will mark the first time since Prohibition that liquor has been made legally in Detroit.

Owners David Landrum and Peter Bailey — who named the distillery after their late fathers, both named James — have spent two and a half years negotiating a maze of federal, state and local laws and regulations, traveling across the country to learn the craft of distilling and investing $1 million to open a type of business “that’s so new, there’s no guide book for it,” Landrum said…

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