What is Alabama Single Malt Whiskey?

It’s not Scotch and it’s not Bourbon. So what is it? Well, the Federal Government says it is a “Malt Whisky” and defines it as follows: “Whisky produced at not exceeding 80% alcohol by volume (160 proof) from a fermented mash of not less than 51 percent malted barley and stored at not more than 62.5% alcohol by volume (125 proof) in charred new oak containers.” I guess that clears it up, NOT. Those are government requirements and once they are met the skies the limit. So let’s dissect John’s Alabama Single Malt Whiskey. But first let’s ponder a fundamental question. What’s the difference between Whisky and Whiskey? Answer: Absolutely nothing. The grammar police would say Whisky is of S

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