Ryan_W Posted May 12, 2021 Share Posted May 12, 2021 Hello, The company I work for owns a brewery as well as a distillery. We want to be able to take our beer and distill and age it and label it as a whiskey. This isn't a new idea, I've come across a number of distilleries and articles talking about buying beer from breweries, distilling it and calling it a whiskey. We have tried several times to get approval but it always gets moved to the distilled specialty spirit category and any mention of the word whiskey on the label is immediately rejected. I've called both the labeling and formulation help desks and talked to the agents but they claim a beer would never be approved to become a whiskey. I understand the source material for whiskey has to be malt or grain based with no other additives such as hops. How are other distilleries getting through the approval process with their beer whiskies? Thanks, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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