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Gail Coppinger and Scott Woodson grew the barley for their first whiskey on the Kehoe Ranch, on Tomales Point. Now their Elk Fence Distillery has a home in Santa Rosa and is delivering whiskey, gin and vodka to customers while they search for a distributor.    David Briggs

Like many good stories of turning a passion into a profession, Gail Coppinger and Scott Woodson started out in a garage. They were brewing beer, learning the ins and outs of turning grain into liquor and falling in love with the craft—the art, the science and the smell.

From this garage in Inverness came a vision . . .

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