Making Whiskey? Start with the Mash BillBy Distiller
So you like whiskey a lot. Maybe you even love it. Us too. But do you know how it’s made? As you might expect, it’s a pretty involved process with multiple steps, but it all starts with the mash bill.
Understanding the mash bill is important because, aside from the type of barrel used in maturation, it is the most important factor when it comes to the final flavor of the whiskey.
Check out Step 1 of whiskey creation: The Mash.
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Expert Reviews of Bottles In This Post
Corn Mash Bill
– George Dickel #12 Tennessee Whisky
– Elijah Craig 12 Bourbon
– Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon
Barley Mash Bill
– Bushmills 10 Year
– Glenfiddich 18 Year
– The Macallan 12 Year
Malted + Unmalted (Single Pot Still):
– Redbreast 12 Year
– Powers Signature Release
– Green Spot
Malted + Peated:
– Laphroaig 10 Year
– Ardbeg 10 Year
– Highland Park 12 Year
Rye Mash Bill
– Rittenhouse Rye
– Sazerac Straight Rye
– Angel’s Envy Rye
Wheat Mash Bill
– W.L. Weller 12 Bourbon
– Rebel Reserve Bourbon
– Maker’s Mark Bourbon
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