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Cachaca Micro-Distillery in Brazil - 30 Aug 2008
Cachaca Micro-Distillery in Brazil - 30 Aug 2008
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ9
August 29, 2008
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQS
August 29, 2008
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQE
August 29, 2008
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio...
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ7
August 29, 2008
A worker processes sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker processes sugar cane on a farm northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker processes sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQP
August 29, 2008
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQB
August 29, 2008
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQJ
August 29, 2008
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro...
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ4
August 29, 2008
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca on a farm northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQT
August 29, 2008
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQG
August 29, 2008
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio...
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ8
August 29, 2008
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery northwest of...
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
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