Mash Bill

A mash bill is the percentage or mix of grains (wheat, rye, corn, barley, etc) used to make whiskey. There are many different combinations of grains that can constitute a mash bill. In the whiskey-making process, these grains are mixed, cooked, and fermented to start the whiskey-making process. See Mash.

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