Bill ClarkeMore than whiskey. Ditch is a splash of whiskey with a run of river water, sluggish with mine ore and gold dust, the drink of miners in the frozen north, near the heart of Montana.

Author, Bill Clarke remembers to be dazzled by the drink of choice, and remembers when he was young and socked ’em back like cola on a hot afternoon. He relied on the smooth taste of whiskey to clean the water, and the water to tone the proof.

Where does one go after a Montana winter?

Clarke resides in Colorado, living the life, with a wife and a son. He’s raised three sons, and a daughter, lived the high life in Denver, and sold his wares out of every hotel from Nebraska to the New Mexico border. The stories he could have told are written into his books.

If you knew him, you might recognize your name…