Inside the nautical-themed tavern in Norway that's served up booze and classical music for the past quarter-century.
It was tasty! But the best drink I've ever had, it was not. Not even with my stupid human fallibility.
We're not sure if this is a fable of the power of persistence or the power of stupidity.
In 1933, legendary photographer Margaret Bourke-White caught a number of speakeasies in action.
Minnesota's Modist Brewing Company just released a beer called "Dilly Dilly." For infringing on a Bud Light trademark, things seem to have actually turned out pretty well for them.
You've gotten all dolled up for a glamorous night in the city. Good luck with that.
"P.S. don't talk to me about wine like u know it if you really don't know what you're talking about. Seriously! Thank you!"
This pigeon is just down to hang out and see where the night takes them.
It doesn't taste half bad.
On September 30, armed with a Four Loko homebrew recipe called Quattro Crazy, a knowledgeable homebrewing friend named Richard Clough, caffeine pills, and some Kool-Aid powder, I undertook a questionable life choice. I attempted to make a homemade Four Loko replicant.
Barney Stinson is a lot of things, but a cocktail expert he isn't.
Circa 1942, as American troops engaged in foreign theaters, a group called the Brewery Industry Foundation launched a series of advertisements that in no uncertain terms linked beer to patriotism.
In 1977, there were less than 50 independent brewing companies in the US.
Today is Melbourne Cup day, the most wonderful time of the year, the designated and officially sanctioned horserace/alcohol drinking competition when thousands and thousands of Aussies dress up in their finest duds and get blitzed while intrepid photographers capture it all in order to delight of the rest of us.
At the South Pole, the freezer is just a hole in the wall to the ice outside.
This kid is only 15, which means he's 3 years away from being able to legally buy alcohol in the UK. Luckily, his YouTuber friends have a pretty convincing old man get-up for him to put on.
The Belgian company's US sales fell 5.6 percent in the third quarter and market share slipped as drinkers turn to locally brewed beers instead of its pale lagers.
We want these bartenders to be our bartenders. We promise we won't order a daiquiri.
You're mixing your mixed drinks all wrong.
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