Half-strength booze is now a thing

Back in the 1970s, light beer was invented – and it totally changed the beer industry.

Now, a distillery is shaking things up with a Scotch whisky that comes in at about 21 percent alcohol – which is half the strength of normal Scotch whisky.

Scotch producer Whyte and Mackay is calling their new product a “light spirit drink” and says it’s made from Scotch whisky along with Sherry.

The company hopes it will appeal to the same younger drinkers who are reaching for low- and no-alcohol beer, cider, and wine.

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