Boxed Liquor Is Here Because You Deserve to Get Whiskey Drunk in Your Backyard


If the thought of alcohol in a box conjures fuzzy memories of college dorm rooms and games of “slap the bag,” the vintners at Black Box Wines might have triggered more than a few flashbacks with their latest announcement: Boxed whiskey, boxed vodka, and boxed tequila have hit shelves in several states, with many more to come.

 

Australians Have Developed a Beer That You Can Drink in Space


In July 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong went to the moon with a Buzz. And pretty soon, so can you.

 
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Sip with caution! Every Extra Pint of Beer Takes 15 Minutes Off Your Life


Strap in for this pintful of bad news….

 

How to make an Avocado Toast Cocktail


This recipe, made from blended avocados, vodka, a syrup made from kale, and served with a toasted rim of spiced breadcrumbs and chilis for heat, sounds like it could almost be healthy—if it weren’t an alcoholic beverage.

 

Dogfish Head’s Newest Beer Is Made With Mace. Yeah, That Mace.


Spice up your life.

 

Get to Know Sotol, the Dangerously Delicious Cousin of Tequila and Mezcal


Over the central plaza of Chihuahua City, the capital of the Mexican border state of Chihuahua, someone has painted a brightly colored mural of—what else?—a chihuahua.

 

Anthony Bourdain Drinks His Scotch On The Rocks, Whether You Like It Or Not


Whisky snobs be damned.

 

What Kind of Drunk Are You, According to Science?


We all have that friend who gets belligerent when wasted, screaming at a trash can that it doesn’t understand the finer points of modern architecture or Al Pacino’s acting. Or the one friend who gets so giggly that even the lamest joke sends her into fits.

 
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An Introduction to Mexico`s Best Spirit That Isn`t Tequila


​And the best bottles to buy, as chosen by expert bartender Ivy Mix. ​

 

Everything you need to know about the wine world`s next big thing


In the mid-twentieth century, a number of French winemakers—known then and now as among the best in the world—adopted some dubious practices.

 
 
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