Without the ability to check ID, these bartenders are up a creek without a paddle.
America is becoming the Wild West of whiskey, with distillers ginning up ever more creative spirits that defy categorization.
Despite occasional efforts to pit wine and weed against each other, people in the wine business exude an air of mellow acceptance that the two substances can coexist in harmony.
Confused by all the words on that menu? Bartender Tristan Willey has some advice on how to decode them and figure out what you want to order.
It's all about the air up there.
Humans, in general, have a thing for alcohol. But why? The drunken monkey hypothesis may have the evolutionary answer you've been looking for.
But honestly, if there’s any question, just order a dang ride.
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Explore the history of craft beer in America using an interactive map and charts. Learn about the collapse and epic comeback of quality beer in America.
Winemaking is a business surrounded by mystery and folklore. But when it comes to bottling, the intrigue disappears in favor of efficiency and cool gadgetry.
An inventor at Brandeis University appears to have solved one of life's greatest problems — that oh-so-pesky drop of wine that always tries to escape down the side of your bottle.
"It's absolutely true that you get at least two hours more sleep getting laid on the road today versus 15 years ago," says one former All-Star.
You should probably never drink a Flaming Homer or Skittlebrau as they're depicted on the show, but this video suggests some alternative recipes in the same spirit.
The baby flu remedy is suddenly this season's hottest hangover helper
Eater's Sonia Chopra braves the drunk, green masses at a classic New York Irish institution
St. Patrick's day is upon us and, if you plan on stopping by your local pub, you should know how to say that you've "had a few too many" like any native of the Emerald Isle would.
For the love of all that is holy, stop waving cash at them.
Many customers swear by the private-label products, and some are even convinced that the spirits are actually top-shelf liquors such as Grey Goose and Tanqueray hidden behind Costco packaging.
Here's how much alcohol we've been drinking for the past 150 years and which drink we prefer the most.
Alcohol remains one of the most controversial and confusing topics for people concerned about controlling their weight.
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