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The Denver Post’s ambitious push into marijuana coverage comes as the paper has had some success amid dismal times for the newspaper industry. While many dailies are bleeding readers, The Post’s Sunday circulation grew to 615,315 by March 31, compared with 491,400 in March 2010, according to the Alliance for Audited Media. Roughly one-quarter of its readership subscribes digitally, while most newspapers count digital readers as 19 percent of their readers.
Like Scotch distillers, St. George draws on a library of component whiskeys aged in different types of barrels to produce each batch. The current expression is packed with tropical fruits and very light on the smoke.
old granddad, jim beam, beam black & knob creek are all the same whiskey bottled at different ages, 2.5, 4.5, 8 & 10 yrs respectfully. this is a good way to sample the affects of oak on your whiskey.)) an example of wheat whiskies are maker’s mark and woodford reserve (which did introduce a four grain whiskey in 2007, it and hudson are the only two i know of.) as far good or bad whiskey, that’s a matter of personal taste. a good whiskey is whichever you like, so try many & compare, try a rye & a wheater, a 4 yr old & a 10. i personally prefer a bottle a $8 kessler’s to a $25 bottle of buffalo trace because i enjoy a heartier flavor but booker’s is the king of bourbon and all whiskies i’ve mentioned, and many i haven’t, are good in my opinion. if you want to know more pick up a copy of malt advocate or look up Chuck Cowdery online, great blog, book & newsletter. this reminds me, no mention was made of american blended whiskey, of which kessler’s is a good example. the end result is essentially bourbon but the process requires making a rye (or wheat) whiskey, a barley malt whiskey & a corn whiskey & then blended rather fermenting the gains together in a single mash as in bourbon.
Is it an option at a very small paper to not have a digital platform?
It’s a strategy, but I don’t think it’s a good one. You’d have to say you’re going to forsake digital and ride [print] as long as it can go, but you have to know that it’s going to come to an end. The key is to have your digital endeavors, grow and learn as the market matures.
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