Gallery: Historic German Mill Transformed Into Dramatic Underground Sta...

Perhaps the most eye-catching room in the converted mill is the one in which the Stählemühle spirits ripen. In keeping with founder Christoph Keller's approach—as one viewing liquor production as a combination of alchemy and tradition—the space is lined with large orb-like bottles in which the spirits sit for anywhere between three months and five years.

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  1. Deb Tyszka August 11, 2013 at 9:40 am

    My great grandparents once owned a mill in Eigeltingen, Germany. Was this mill once owned by the Tress family? (I think it was once spelled with the German double s)

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