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Grainhenge 3rd release Alliance

Why can’t Alliance Whisky be classified as a Bourbon?

Whisk(e)y is the parent-product, meaning it is a spirit made from fermented grains that must be aged in a wooden vessel, namely oak. In Canada, to be considered whisky, the grain spirit must be aged for a minimum of three years. Whisky has many variations, including the spelling, depending on the country of origin.

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Pillar 1: Grain

An important element to showcase these mysterious synergies is by showing the connection to the prairies, the Alberta landscape, and the rich textures of ingredients that go into every bottle of Grainhenge Whisky.

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