The recent campaign against Jim Murray’s ‘Whisky Bible’ has shone a light on sexism in whisky, and there’s no turning it off now. Brands will need to take a proactive, as opposed to merely reactive, stance to show that their condemnation of misogyny and commitment to inclusivity goes beyond lip service, says Amy Hopkins.

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