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Whiskey fungus is a microbe that feeds on ethanol, particularly airborne ethanol. It is commonly found around breweries, bakeries, and distilleries. As Jack Daniel's has expanded its warehouses for aging whiskey, whiskey fungus has expanded its range in rural Tennessee as well, setting up a clash between one of Tennessee's most famous products and residents who complain of a sooty mold overtaking their property. www.nytimes.com/2023/03/01/us/whiskey-fungus-jack-daniels-tennessee.html
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