A couple of months back at the San Francisco whiskey expo I couldn't get into Lincoln Henderson's class at the Suntory tastings. Later when everyone gathered at the nearby bar it was too crowded to hold any significant conversation.
So I'm posing the question to you out in cyberland.
Does anyone know of bourbon or other whiskies made from organic grain?
I've heard that Bruichladdich uses organically grown barley, but from my understading, most if not all of the commercial corn grown in the U.S. has at the very least some genetically modified components to it, which I find quite disturbing. However, I won't get into that particular discussion. This is just a curious inquiry. I'll still continue to enjoy bourbon and rye regardless.