Whipper Snappers slightly aged

Two Perth distillers believe the market is ready for some top-quality locally produced bourbon.


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This story generated a bit of a debate internally around the spelling of the word whisky/whiskey. It appears that bourbon from America is called 'whiskey', while 'whisky' refers to Scotch, single or double malt, originally made from malt barley and required by law to be aged in oak barrels for at least three years. It is hard to make that clear in the story, hence this explanation

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Year established in WA

11th-Gidgie Distilleries2011
12th-Whipper Snapper Distillery2013
15 distilleries and spirits producers ranked by year established in WA

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