Whiskey

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Whiskey
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  1. The USA requires that all whiskey be made from _____.
    a grain mash
  2. The USA requires that all whiskey be distilled at _____ proof or _____.
    190, less
  3. The USA requires that all whiskey be reduced to no more than _____ proof before being aged in oak barrels. (except for _____ )
    125, corn whiskey
  4. The USA requires that all whiskey have the aroma, taste and characteristics that generally attributed to _____.
    Whiskey
  5. The USA requires that all whiskey be bottled at no less than _____ proof.
    80
  6. The USA requires that straight whiskey be at least _____% single type of grain plus _____ of other _____.
    51, mixture, grains
  7. The USA requires that straight whiskey be distilled at no more than _____ proof.
    160
  8. The USA requires that straight whiskey be barreled at no higher than _____ proof.
    125
  9. The USA requires that straight whiskey must age a minimum of _____ in ______.
    2 years, new charred oak barrels
  10. The USA requires that straight whiskey must have _____ additives.
    no
  11. The USA requires that straight bourbons mash bill must consist of at least _____% _____.
    51, corn
  12. The USA requires that straight bourbons age must be _____ on the label if less than _____.
    disclosed, 4 years old
  13. The USA requires that straight bourbon have no _____.
    additives
  14. The USA requires that straight rye whiskeys mash bill contain at least _____% _____.
    51, rye
  15. The USA requires that corn whiskeys mash bill contain at least _____% _____ grain.
    80, corn
  16. The USA requires that corn whiskey has an age requirement of _____.
    no age requirement
  17. The USA requires that corn whiskey if aged, be aged in _____.
    new un-charred barrels
  18. Tennessee whiskey is defined as _____.
    a straight bourbon whiskey that is produced in Tennessee
  19. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be made from a grain mixture that is at least _____% _____.
    51, corn
  20. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be distilled at no more than _____ proof.
    160
  21. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be aged in _____.
    new, charred oak barrels
  22. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be placed in barrels for aging at no greater than _____ proof.
    125
  23. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be aged for a minimum of _____.
    2 years
  24. To be classified as Tennessee whiskey, the spirit must be bottled at _____ proof or greater.
    80
  25. Some Tennessee Whiskeys go through a filtering stage where the whiskey is filtered through maple charcoal before aging. This is called _____.
    the "Lincoln County Process"
  26. Light whiskey may be aged in _____.
    used or new un-charred oak barrels
  27. Canadian whisky must be aged at least _____.
    3 years
  28. Canadian whisky cannot be aged in barrels larger than _____.
    700 liters
  29. Canadian whiskey must be at least _____ proof.
    80
  30. Caramel coloring can be added along with Sherry and fruit wines for flavoring in this type of whiskey.
    Canadian whisky
  31. The United States Congress recognized Bourbon Whiskey as a "distinctive product of the USA on _____.
    May 4th, 1964
  32. Bourbon is a whiskey which has been distilled without exceeding _____ proof.
    160
  33. Bourbon has to be from a fermented mash of not less than _____% _____ grain.
    51, corn
  34. Bourbon must be aged for a minimum of _____ years in a _____.
    2, new charred oak barrel
  35. Bourbon must enter the barrel at no higher than _____ proof and bottled at at least _____ proof.
    125, 80
  36. Bourbon must be aged for a minimum of 2 years but if it's less than _____ it must be stated _____.
    4 years, on the label
  37. The origin of Seagram's is _____.
    Canada
  38. The origin of Crown Royal is _____.
    Canada
  39. The origin of Michter's is _____.
    Kentucky
  40. The origin of Bulleit Bourbon is _____.
    Kentucky
  41. The origin of Bulleit Rye is _____.
    Indiana
  42. What type of wood charcoal is used for the "Lincoln County Process"?
    Sugar Maple

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