...members worldwide and others marketing pure, unadulterated malt from the bottle, the secret is open to all. Now, there should be no conflict between ale and whiskey. After all, they're twins at birth. (While we're looking at) (a) malt whiskey (is) that it's (a or ehm?) distilled ale. Because, (no idea)-working brewers in Scotland are actually employed by distilleries...
I hope someone is going to correct this. I'm sure I hear "while we're looking at" there, but it doesn't make sense.
PS: "What we're looking at in" maybe? But there's no "in" there and it still doesn't sound right.
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