There has been some speculation, throughout the years, that drinking booze can lead to intoxication, or even alcoholism. Because of this, Russia has finally decided to officially declare beer an alcoholic beverage as a means of keeping their citizens from turning into full-blown boozehounds. Like us Americans. I mean they didn't say it was because of us, but it's a good bet.
This popular holiday drink is traditionally made by combining raw eggs, rum and dairy and leaving it all in the fridge for up to six weeks. We basically drink our weight in the stuff every December -- how on earth have we managed to avoid being sick all this time?
If the majority of top-shelf whiskeys require a 10-20 year aging process, then how are those distilleries just getting started in the business able to market and distribute a brand without waiting decades for their first batch to mature?
With the weather starting to get cold out there, we're going to be putting away our Coronas, Bud Lights with lime and fruit-tinged Heifeweizens in search for heartier beers that will keep us warm in the cold.
Whisky is a man’s game. Kicking back with a glass is a testament to our manhood, but it doesn’t seem like the stuff gets enough credit. That is until recently. It sounds like the testosterone-laced drink is finally gaining well-deserved attention these days, and we have some Scottish drunkards to thank.
Liquor, funnels and rubber hoses used for drinking games? Certainly not anything new on large college campuses. But one group of fraternity brothers at the University of Tennessee decided to take things to a whole other level last weekend.
A new study from researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago found slightly inebriated men solved more problems requiring verbal resourcefulness in less time than did their sober counterparts.
Normally, being drunk and tired impairs your motor skills (no driving in either case, please) and causes you to make questionable decisions (beer goggle hook ups or passing out in the middle of a Wendy’s) but boozing it up and skipping sleep can also boost your creativity. No joke.
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