Sunday July 23rd 2017

Turning Water into Whiskey at Jack Daniel’s

Some would argue that the water flowing from a fissure in a rock in Moore County, Tennessee, is made for whiskey.  “You can’t make good whiskey without good water,” says Jeff Arnett. He should know. Since 2008, Arnett has been the Master Distiller at the Jack Daniel’s distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee. He’s only the seventh person in the company’s 144-year history to hold that title.

Read all about Lynchburg’s biggest local business in this story from the winter issue of Local Table.

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