HOW IS WHISKEY MADE, WHERE, BY WHOM...
We don't cover the basics of whiskey manufacture here, that's for other websites.
"Whiskey" and "Whisky" are both correct spellings. The word is generally spelled “whisky” everywhere in the world except for the USA and Ireland, where the “e” is typically but not always inserted. It's also up to each company how to spell it -- for instance, Maker's Mark calls their bourbon "whisky," even though in the US the "e" is usually included.
So, our name variations encompass The Los Angeles Whiskey Society, The Los Angeles Whisk(e)y Society, the LA Whisk(e)y Society, and the LA Whiskey Society. Oh, and LAWS of course.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SCOTCH, BOURBON, AND WHISKEY?
All Scotch is whiskey. All bourbon is whiskey. But not all whiskey is Scotch, nor bourbon, and so forth. In general, whiskey/whisky is an alcoholic beverage distilled from grain and aged in oak casks. For answers to basic whisky questions and questions about our Society, see our Frequently Asked Questions. We also have a FAQ on old whiskey bottles, their value, and sale.