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Short Mountain Distillery Supports New Rules to Lure Craft Distillers to Rural Areas

Bone McAllester Norton client Billy Kaufman, president and founder Short Mountain Distillery in Cannon County, was included in a May 27 Tennessean article describing the push of the Williamson County planning commission to allow distilleries into rural areas of the county. Kaufman noted that one of his goals is to be an ambassador for the entire county, and he supports the effort to ruralize that business.

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