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(This is an excerpt of an article originally posted here by The Bourbon Review)

​Whether you want to become a distiller and make you own whiskey, or are just seeking to have a greater appreciation of the nuances of what you drink, online whiskey education classes are becoming a reality—although developing slowly at the present.

While there is no shortage of classroom courses in whiskey appreciation and production, generally you have to live near a large city to be able to nose them out. Classes in bartending are particularly popular, and WSET also offers formal education in spirits as well

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