PHOTOS: Fruit by the tonOct. 17, 2019 [Scott Anderson]Bob Windy, co-owner of Star Union Spirits inside the Westclox building in Peru, dumps a five-gallon bucket of grapes into a large barrel. The distillery received four tons of grapes from California on Tuesday. “The grapes will be made into grappa and brandy,” said Windy. The distillery opened last November and is open on the weekends to the public. [Scott Anderson]Casey Beall, employee with Star Union Spirits, collects grapes out of a 1,000-pound box that was delivered to the distillery on Tuesday. The grapes will be used to make grappa and brandy. [Scott Anderson]Grapes fall out of the bottom of a grape crusher in Star Union Spirits. The crusher separates the stem from the grapes leaving the grape and juice intact. [Scott Anderson]Employees with Star Union Spirits (from left) Jeff Yosowitz, Bob Windy, Matty Pursell and Casey Beall crush 4-tons of grapes that were delivered to the distillery on Tuesday.