We would drink this, but we're also disgusting.
The most salient takeaway from the collapse of the MACH15 trial is that the conflicts of interest at its core are probably not as rare as we think.
Stephen Merchant and Bad Chad walk into a bar...
We try to put this age-old question to bed.
The Brewery Collectibles Club of America (BCCA), one of the main membership organizations for breweriana collectors, consists of 100 chapters with members in all 50 states and 27 other countries.
You know a YouTube video is off to a strong start when it opens with a warning that "this video contains images of a preserved, severed human toe."
We're eating alone more often than in any previous generation. But why should a meal on our own be uninspired? Why shouldn't the French saying "life is too short to drink bad wine" still apply?
You have two missions here. One is to mask your hangover; the other is to ease it.
In a world being heated up by too much CO2, it seems odd that we're in short supply of the greenhouse gas. And, yet, the way industries are set up to use this gas creates bottlenecks in the supply chain.
It can be tough to find wine that matches everyone's preferred tastes, though, and with summer weather you also need a wine that can refresh without being heady.
Best way to beat the blistering summer heat? Steal someone's unheated jacuzzi and slurp up his afternoon cocktail.
The Tampa, Florida restaurant Bern's Steakhouse opened in 1956 and remains a pilgrimage point for its epic wine list and singular type of Americana nostalgia. Cat Wolinski goes inside the experience.
A longtime Buffalo Trace employee admits to stealing bourbon but not to being a criminal mastermind.
If you ship whiskey on a river, does it taste better? We wanted to know, so we ran an experiment.
American breweries were ready to supply drinkers with beer as soon as Prohibition was repealed. Explore 12 of the earliest post-Prohibition beer labels to see what newly legal American beer in the mid-1930s looked like.
Until, finally, at last, he gives in and uses the standard kitchen implement.
You'd think wine science would have advanced in a fairly straight line. Not so, an Israeli historian has found.
This guy clearly has some personal stuff he's working through, and has decided to go about it by stealing coats and committing himself to freeform dance.
Before recently, "tequila soda" wasn't even in the lexicon of appropriate drink orders for corporate happy hours or weekend benders. Now it's been added to the short list along with sipping tequilas.
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