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In 2004, in the Northwest of America, brewer and winemaker Christian Krogstad got the idea to make a 'new' whisky. And that became Westward Whiskey. A craft distillery with, indeed, its very own making process. That process begins with the brewing of beer, an ale, under slow fermentation. After twice distilling the ale in special low reflux stills, there is the new make spirit which is aged in lightly roasted new oak casks to single malt whisky (or 'whiskey' the American way).
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