I was actually talking about the distillery and ancillary buildings. The warehouses that weren't obviously fixed up with very nice, new windows, appeared to be in pretty bad shape. But of course, that area is probably prone to kids throwing rocks and shooting air rifles at the windows, so the non-Iron Mtn ones may be OK inside and still in use.
Anyway, the distillery itself had a lot of activity going on. THere was an overhead door open and you could see vehicles, newer ones, and lots of very well kept stainless piping everywhere. Several men were walking around inside and outside. I just thought it seemed awfully busy to be closed down. There was a company name on some very small signs, but I do not recall what they said, as the name was unfamiliar. I'll look into and get back when I find out.
United we stand, divided we fall.