panel discussion

Water in Whiskey

Water is used in several parts of the whiskey making, and often whiskey-drinking process. It is used in fermentation, proofing before barrel aging, and in reducing whiskey to bottle proof. Then you may want to make a highball with it. We’ll look at the water used in these parts of the process (they are often all different!), how it impacts the flavor of whiskey, and why you might want to try different soda waters with your highball.   

We’ll also have a live Q&A so you can engage directly with our expert panel during the event 

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Hosts:
Camper English, Alcademics.com
Camper English is a cocktails and spirits writer and educator who has contributed to publications including Popular Science, Saveur, Details, Whisky Advocate, Drinks International, and many more. He is the pioneer of the "directional freezing" technique to make perfectly clear ice that is used around the world. Camper is a judge of the SF World Spirits Competition, a former World's 50 Best Bars polling coordinator, and the founder/writer of CocktailSafe.org, CocktailGreen.org, and his main website Alcademics.com. He has been voted one of the 100 most influential figures in the global bar industry all three years of Drinks International's Bar World 100 list.
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