is made from unmalted barley, wheat or maize produced as a continuous process in a column still. Scotland has a number of grain distilleries.
Whisky distilled in a continuous operation in a Coffey Still. It's made from unmalted cereals barley, wheat or maize, combined with a small amount of malted barley to make it possible for the starches in the other cereals to turn into sugar.
Whisky made in a continuous-still from various cereals included malted barley. A lot cheaper whisky do make and it doesn´t need to mature as long time as malt. Is mostly mixed with malts, blended whisky.