The Architecture Of Gin

First came the craft breweries, now come the craft distilleries. Midwest distilleries are beginning to bottle an impressive array of spirits, but the English still have us beat in the architecture category. The Bombay Sapphire gin distillery in the U.K., pictured, is a transformed paper mill from the 18th century. During the renovation, they added two asymmetrical glass domes that shoot out of the main structure. The domes serve as greenhouses for Bombay’s trademark botanical flavors. We’ll take one of these boozy architectural beauties in the Midwest, please.