By: Anna Kathryn Fitch
An exciting project will be completed soon in Troy, Alabama. The Conecuh Ridge Distillery, which will produce Clyde May’s whiskey, was designed by the architectural team at Luckett & Farley.
“I have been involved in the project from day one,” said Dana Zausch, the project’s distillery design manager. “I was actually hired to work on this project with my experience in distillery work.”
Based in New York, Conecuh Ridge Distillery joined Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey in 2017 to announce its plans to consolidate operations in Troy, near to where its namesake, Clyde May, once produced moonshine whiskey. The company broke ground on the project in 2022.
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