The Washington Post was kind enough to throw together this chart which shows off the average number of drinks (per capita) which are consumed per week among adults aged 18 and over. There are a few different ways you can digest this, and I am going to choose to just say that I am pleased
I have a few friends who work in nightclubs, and I’ll stop in on the occasional Friday or Saturday night to grab a couple drinks. Without fail, every time I’m there, at least one patron asks to do a flaming shot (or, asks the bartender to do something with fire, as if they’re trained pyrotechnicians).
Back in 2003, Brazil outlawed the sale of alcohol at soccer matches due to the threats to public safety that it caused. Surprise, surprise, getting a bunch of soccer fans into one stadium and allowing them to drink a lot of beer leads to things like verbal altercations and fights. However, with Budweiser being a
The BuzzFeedYellow YouTube Channel dropped a new video on what drunk people around the world grub on late at night. Learning: I’m not excited about getting my drink on in Iran. [DesignTaxi]
Jim Koch is one smart dude. Not only is he the billionaire co-founder and chairman of Boston Beer Company (they make Samuel Adams, if you didn’t know), but he’s also developed a sure-fire way to slam beers all night and not get drunk. In a recent interview with Esquire, Koch revealed his secret: “Active yeast.
With only days until the release of “Anchorman 2″ we prepare for the highly anticipated sequel by sharing some cocktail recipes that Ron Burgundy and the rest of the gang would drink. Now you can get sloshed like you were a real member of the Channel 4 News Team. Today’s outta sight libation is called