Americans Guzzling Whiskey Like There's No Tomorrow
Looks like the trend is finally starting to catch on en masse. According to Gothamist, Americans are drinking whiskey at levels not seen since 1970s, and distillers are scrambling to set aside enough whiskey to age for 10 years so we don't end up with a tragic dry spell.
"Perhaps it's the ill tidings of the news cycle, or a greater appreciation of the craftsmanship and ingenuity of the Bluegrass State, but Americans are guzzling whiskey faster than they can make it, leading distillers to begin packing away whiskey for a decade from now, when demand will simply be overwhelming."
Read on for a fantastic dystopian take on a future without enough whiskey.