Why you should drink Scotch and bourbon in 2018

I’m getting into Scotch and whiskey.

I don’t know if I like the taste, but it’s been a great year for the beverage industry.

Scotch and whisky have seen a boom of late, with the craft sector doubling in size over the past decade and a half.

So what does it take to make the most of the craft whiskey boom?

The new year is a perfect time to drink whiskey.

There’s plenty of bourbon on the market, and in some cases, more than enough.

The Scotch market, by contrast, has been dominated by brand-name whiskeys.

That makes the whiskey market a tricky place to crack.

But the Scotch whisky boom isn’t just a business opportunity.

It’s a chance for Scotch lovers to connect with one another, learn new things, and celebrate the craftsmanship of the drink.

The key to success is the use of bourbon as a palate cleanser.

Scotch is often touted as a high-alcohol beverage, but that’s only true in the sense that its lower alcohol content can help to break down clogs that cause hangovers, so you can sip a little bit more than a pint.

And when you get down to it, a pint of Scotch tastes like a pint, so it’s not exactly a bad thing.

Another benefit of using bourbon is that it’s a great choice for an alcoholic cocktail.

It’s low in calories, alcohol and sugar, which means it’s less likely to cause a hangover.

The added benefit is that bourbon can help break down fat and sugars in your drink, reducing the chances of it forming stomach-burning stools or clogs.

All of that makes bourbon a perfect choice for a year-end drinking spree.

As I was finishing my cocktail with my friends, I had a few questions for them.

How long can I drink it?

Can I drink more than one glass?

How much should I order?

At the end of the night, I told them I could finish my cocktail in under two hours.

Afterwards, we started talking about the different types of bourbon, as well as how we can enjoy it in different ways.

First, I asked them what they liked about a particular brand.

For example, I wanted to know what they thought of Old Rip Van Winkle.

“I’m a big fan of that,” one of them said.

I then asked them to describe what they love about their favorite brand.

They said that Old Rip is a classic, but also a great whiskey.

“It’s just the right balance of flavor,” said another.

“You can have a lot of different flavors going on at once,” said a third.

“There’s a little spice to it,” said one of the women.

So if you’re looking for a bourbon to make, go ahead and grab a glass.

If you’re just looking for the perfect bourbon for the weekend, try Old Rip.

This article originally appeared in the March issue of Ars Technic’s podcast, The Science of Beer and Beer Culture.

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