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Stories about "Middle Pocket distillery":

Middle Pocket micro distillery knocked back

A proposal to establish a micro distillery in Middle Pocket was refused by council at Thursday’s meeting, ending a sustained campaign by residents who were opposed.

Rum place for a booze factory

Venessa Skye, Middle Pocket. The banter on the Middle Pocket Rum Factory DA continues. We are talking about a tiny, neglected country road. Shire residents, come...

Distillery plan a recipe for disaster

Elizabeth Tomlinson, Middle Pocket. I am a farmer on Middle Pocket Road. My parents were farmers and my grandparents were farmers. All my extended family...

Middle Pocket up in arms over proposed distillery

Residents of the Middle Pocket sent a clear message to the Byron shire council on Saturday when they came out in force to oppose the Lord Byron distillery currently under consideration by the council for the valley.

Middle Pocket meets over distillery

Local residents have been alarmed at the proposal for a distillery, called Lord Byron, in the Middle Pocket and are calling a meeting on Saturday 13 May at the Billinudgel Hotel to discuss the issue.

Pocket boozer

Phillip M'Bottle, Billinudgel (correct name & address supplied). I am riting to say that I am very mush in flavor of the dishtillery at the...

Alcohol factory

Lani Jensen, Middle Pocket Residents should be aware of the industrial alcohol factory that is proposed for the Middle Pocket. While it calls itself a ‘micro’...

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