Urban Manufacturing (And Bourbon)

A STACK OF WHISKEY BARRELS. (PROJECT 404 / FLICKR)

American manufacturing may be on the rocks, but Deborah Berke, principal at Deborah Berke & Partners, believes that by adding a little bourbon, one Kentucky city can make an industrial comeback. Berke is leading a graduate studio at Yale exploring the future of boutique manufacturing in the United States and using an urban distillery in Louisville as a case study.

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