For decades, the best-selling whiskies, gins, vodkas and rums came from name-brand, large-volume producers. Prohibition ...

For decades, the best-selling whiskies, gins, vodkas and rums came from name-brand, large-volume producers. Prohibition had annihilated smaller companies, and U.S. laws and taxes favored the big guns. By 2003, there were only 60 craft distilleries in the United States. Now, new numbers reveal that the industry is expanding at a wild rate.

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