Andrew Rea walks through a host of recipes including the White Russian from "The Big Lebowski," the Vesper from "Casino Royal," the French 75 from "Casablanca" and finally a hangover elixir from "How I Met Your Mother."
As humanity expands to become a multi-planetary species, some important questions must be considered: Can we bring cats? What about dogs? Also, can we make wine in space?
"I’m late to the game, but Frosé should’ve been abandoned in the test kitchen where it hatched."
Booze and drugs aren't the only things that cause hangovers — heartbreak and general bad decisions can do that too. But we're pretty sure good friends can cure anything.
Before you blame that glass of red for your hangover, you might want to look to that can of gravy, bag of dried fruit, or pre-made soup first.
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Who among us hasn't risked their fingers to save a few bucks on a bit of booze?
Trader Joe's is best known for its house-brand Two Buck Chuck. But Mr. Joe has his hand in beer, too — a lot of beer.
The YouTube description on this video really says it all "Mates Birthday. Tottenham Day. Drunk Times. Wife Away. Boys will be Children. Expected and Unexpected. WTF!!!!!"
Videos circulated on WeChat show an underground factory producing (and we use that term lightly) fake cans of Budweiser. It is gross.
Distiller Bryan Davis created a contraption that ages spirits really freaking fast, but if you want to taste them you'll have to take a whimsical hike through the "forests" of a warehouse in Los Angeles.
Are wine connoisseurs scientists or charlatans? Dan Rosenheck experiments with the wine-tasting societies from Oxford and Cambridge to find out.
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I am not bothered by the presence of children in bars. But I don't bring mine, not for my child or other patrons but for me.
Perhaps the real revelation here is that he can just effortlessly channel "normal drunk" when voicing Rick.
Prepare yourself for the most cringe-inducing dirty talk you'll probably ever see.
Over the past 40 years (thanks to deregulation in the beer industry) the number of breweries in America expanded from a post-prohibition low of under 100, to over 5,000 in 2016. Where is that growth the fastest?
"Water is to beer as Kris Jenner is to the Kardashians. You know she’s there, behind the scenes, working her spooky, talon-nailed, spiky-haired jujitsu, and her powers can clearly be used for good – or evil."
This video is for people who fall in the center of the Venn diagram of "whiskey nerds" and "science geeks."
Just in time for outdoor drinking season.
According to the survey, about a quarter of people come to work hungover anywhere from once a month to more often than they can count.
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