Whisky Podcasts and Shows to Stream from Home

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From podcasts to documentaries and much more, there’s a wide world of content for the whisky lover. (Photo by iStock/petekarici)

THE INTERNET is like the whisky world, in that there’s always something new to check out.

If you’re looking for untapped sources of whisky media, check out these podcasts, YouTube channels, and streaming-service content from distilleries, brands, and fellow whisky lovers.

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How to Turn Your Leftover Whisky Into Vinegar

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Whisky vinegar is easy to make and can add unexpected complexity to both cocktails and food. (Photo by iStock/Drbouz)

VINEGAR CAN be made from apple cider, wine, beer — and whisky. Whisky vinegar isn’t common, but it offers potent flavor and has both cocktail and culinary applications.

And it’s something you can make at home, provided you have the patience to wait for the fermentation to complete. Whether in a non-alcoholic drink, as a base for a shrub to mix in a cocktail, or as an ingredient in the kitchen, whisky vinegar offers new dimensions for enjoying your favorite beverage.

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What Happens When Musos Start Making Whiskey?

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Composing a song and creating a whisky have more in common than you think. (Photo by iStock/mshch)

FOR LIKELY as long as whisky has existed, people have enjoyed it to the accompaniment of great music. 

Whisky has inspired its fair share of songs too, with numerous artists weaving it into their work.

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You Can Use Whiskey to Create Hand Sanitiser, But …

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Whiskies proofed at 60% ABV or higher can be used to create hand sanitizer. (Photo by iStock/Thanumporn Thongkongkaew )

IN ORDER to stop the spread of COVID-19, it is vital that we all keep our hands clean, refrain from touching our faces, and practice social distancing wherever and whenever possible.

Let’s be clear: There is no substitution for washing your hands thoroughly and often, using soap and water.

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