Ex-Jack Daniel's distiller to make new whiskey in Tennessee

NASHVILLE, TENN. -- The former top distiller at Jack Daniel's announced on Tuesday that he and several partners are opening a new whiskey distillery near the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.

Company Distilling will first open a 4,000-square-foot (3,712-square-meter) tasting room and restaurant in Townsend, Tennessee, former Jack Daniel's master distiller Jeff Arnett and his partners said.

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