Many frivolously argue they are 'social drinkers' who only consume one or two drinks. Every alcoholic began as a social drinker and never set out with an intention to become an alcoholic.
Do you think that it is appropriate for Starbucks to serve beer and wine?
In my early, drunken twenties, not long after I shook my cost-driven affection for forty-ouncers of malt liquor, I fell under the sway of a tall boy.
Super Bowl XLVI is just a few days away, and if you still haven't decided which beers to pour on game day, no worries--we've put together a six-pack primed for Sunday's big game.
From the classic Bloody Mary to more exotic spirits, we've got you covered for all four quarters. Here are eight drinks to keep you hydrated throughout the big game.
The city swells for the annual Qingdao International Beer Festival, held the last two weeks of August. In addition to beer, Qingdao is known for its prized mineral water from the legendary Mount Lao Springs.
Beer seems to be moving the same way wine did 20 years ago: Lots of new entrants, the emergence of "beer geekery"... and the growing popularity of monster, high-alcohol beers.
The city has more than 70 brewpubs and microbreweries, as it continues to lead the world of craft beer.
Put down that watery draft beer! The craft-beer movement has taken New York City by storm, and bars around town are tapping into a supply of artisanal...
If we value beer as a finished product, does that make it unusable in any other capacity? If we see fine champagne being used as an ingredient in a bubbly, delicious, thoughtfully-crafted cocktail, does that mean it is any less sophisticated or regarded?
Chances are you've experienced it at least once. Veisalgia, or what we more commonly call a hangover, is one of the more persuasive negative side-effects of overindulging. The French have my favorite term for it, "Gueule de bois," which translates loosely to "wood face."
Without breaking much of a sweat, I could make a pretty solid case that aged Gouda is the world's most underrated cheese.
With the holidays upon us, it's time to get a buzz on. What better way to indulge holiday guests than to serve liquored-up ice creams, floats, and cocktails?
As President Roosevelt said after declaring an end to Prohibition, "I think this would be a good time for a beer." Join me in raising a glass to celebrate the anniversary of repeal, and today's effective, state-based system of alcohol regulation that safely delivers your favorite beer!
Thirty-packs of watery Busch Light and longnecks of Bud have lost their luster, as novel beers that are as bitter as grapefruits, aged in bourbon barrels or even dosed with wild yeasts have slid into the spotlight.
When considering the players to invite to share your Thanksgiving Day table you would be remiss to skip past the beer case on your way to the wine racks.
We've undertaken the arduous task of collecting an assortment of our favorite Caribbean beers, and the iconic island cuisine they pair with the best.