Have you ever taken one of those quizzes on Facebook that asks "What Drink Are You?". Turns out, a lot of people from here in Wyoming either love to drink whiskey or, at least, think that its rugged characteristics describe their personality better than any other drink...
Here's a mother of the year candidate right here! Patricia Denault, a mother in Longwood, Fla., is a bad mother. And never has it been easier to determine that someone is unfit to raise children than this case here.
In an attempt to not be tortured and burned at the stake by their customer base, executives at Maker’s Mark have announced that the distillery no longer plans to cut their world famous bourbon with water.
To the wild-eyed booze enthusiast, it is a sometimes-necessary evil to cut 80 proof whiskey with diet soda, to keep that girlish figure without having to throw your balls up over your shoulders and just do shots. Good news, friends -- it's also an efficient way to get tanked.
If the majority of top-shelf whiskeys require a 10-20 year aging process, then how are those distilleries just getting started in the business able to market and distribute a brand without waiting decades for their first batch to mature?
Aside from waking up next to some wild beast with chronic halitosis and a wooden leg, one of the most horrifying experiences a man can possibly have after a blackout rendezvous with a bottle of grain alcohol is blindness.
Only the finest Wyoming grains were chosen. Only the best, most natural water was harvested from aquifers deep in the Wyoming ground. After three years of ageing in oak barrels, Wyoming Whiskey is finally available to eager Wyomingites everywhere.