This month, we brave knights of The Whisky Round Table talk WhiskEy!!

Happy new year to you all from the knights of the Whisky Round Table!

Say what?  You’re not familiar with the The Whisky Round Table?  That’s OK – we’re only 8 months in.  I hope you’ll return every month to join in on the discussions as they’re a shit ton of fun and, without being too modest, very interesting!

So what is the “Whisky Round Table”?  It’s a group of 12 whisky bloggers (listed below) that get together every month to discuss a single question/topic that is whisky related.  The Round Table is hosted on a different blog every month (12 months, 12 bloggers) and the host gets to choose the question/topic of the month for us all to discuss – and we urge you to join in on the conversation using the comments section of our blogs!

Today’s great question is brought to you by the good folks at Whisky Party and the question is:

The American whisk(e)y industry is in a so-called ‘experimental’ period, in which new microdistilleries are offering a multitude of less traditional and less regulated variations on single malt and traditional American whiskey styles.  How long do you predict this trend will continue, and what will be the ultimate impact on the American and/or global whisk(e)y industry?

Follow this link for the answers to this great question.

As a reminder, the valiant knights (and links to their blogs) of this round table are:

Chris – Nonjatta
Keith – Whisky Emporium
Karen & Matt – Whisky For Everyone
Ruben – Whisky Notes
Mark – Glasgow’s Whisky (And Ale)
Neil & Joel –
Lucas & Chris – Edinburgh Whisky Blog
Jason – Guid Scotch Drink
Gal – Whisky Israel
Mike – Whisky Party
Peter – The Casks
Joshua (hey, that’s me!)– The Jewish Single Malt Whisky Society

For all of the Whisky Round Table discussions, click here.