How Do I Use This Blog?

I have a blog masquerading as a whisk(e)y database. Or maybe vice-versa. -) Whisky2.0© is a community project and you’re more than welcome to join. WordPress accounts are free.

Again: THIS SITE IS FOR YOU! I built the skeleton, but the community will contribute most of the content.

Here’s the idea: The category cloud contains the names of every currently operational Scotch whisky distillery (and many that are no longer with us). I even listed one in Sweden! Ultimately, I’ll add Irish, American, Japanese, Indian, etc. whiskeys. And if you know of a distillery that I omitted, by all means let me know! Plus each distillery is tagged with the region, e.g., Speyside, Islay, etc. And the country is a tag, too, so the biggest tag (since it’s most frequently used) is Scotland. I tagged non-functional distilleries as “Closed” just to be clear.

I figured I’d start with the most difficult, as ranked by the sheer number of distilleries in a single country. You, the reader, are meant to add comments to each. There is going to be a standard template that will allow you to add info (as much as you know) on any given expression produced by that distillery. Expect that template before the start of 2009, perhaps as soon as 30-Dec-2008.

Finally, please feel free to contact me with content suggestions. If you know a lot about a certain distillery or any whisk(e)y-related subjetc and want to post a story, let me know: I will make that happen. This is a platform for the community, not for me. Ultimately, my goal is for this site to capture the wisdom of the masses and become the reference for all things whisk(e)y.

Also, Whisky2.0 is on Facebook: and if you feel like it, become a fan. I’m going to try to find a way to point to all the many groups on Facebook that have to do with whisk(e)y.


3 responses to “How Do I Use This Blog?

  1. Nathan Grimm

    24-October-2010 at 19:55

    Hi Thomas,

    Whisky 2.0 has been featured on Guide to Culinary School’s list of the Best Adult Beverage Blogs found here: We hand-picked a list of our favorite blogs by people who are writing about beer, wine, and spirits and outlined the unique reasons why we love them.

    I really enjoyed your post on defining scotch whisky. For people who are just learning about scotch, this is a great place to start. It defines the types of scotch and gives important terminology.

    I would really appreciate your feedback on our list of blogs. We have created a badge that you are welcome to use anywhere on your site to let your readers know you have been recognized. It is at the bottom of the page and you can simply copy and paste the provided HTML snippet from our page to a blog post or your sidebar.

    I hope to hear from you soon.


    Nathan Grimm
    Program Manager – SR Education Group
    Follow me @n8ngrimm
    (425) 605-8898
    123 Lake Street South
    Kirkland, WA 98033

  2. bipinrp

    29-March-2011 at 05:40


    How can one reach you (other than Facebook)?

    Check out gmail account for my email. Thanks.



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