If you’re reading this, I can’t be the only beer lover in your life. So I’m here to help you select some gifts for this holiday season.
There was a golden age once — lasted maybe two decades — where you could walk into a bar in any good-sized city, order the local IPA, and be satisfied. Those days are gone.
We should stop comparing alcohol prohibition to other kinds of prohibition. Yes, it did fail, but the reasons for its failure cannot be extrapolated to other forms of prohibition.
In fairness to Malia Obama, very few 20-year-olds in history have been credited with having any taste in wine whatsoever. She could be doing much, much worse.
Some beer companies need to decide whether their product is about developing a taste for the finer things in life or an aid to preying on women.
Whereas physical health may be on the rise among teens in the iGen generation, their mental health and wellbeing has declined.
What do Americans do when confronted with a riveting event tied to the biggest news story of the year that is oh, so easy to mock? We make a drinking game out of it!
It’s easy to find really good beer just about everywhere. The best way to drink that beer is fresh at a brewery or bar. When you can’t do that, do this.
The most famous holiday on my mother’s side features green beer, public intoxication, forced affection from strangers, and a customary meal that smells unpleasant.
Our greatest presidents drank—some responsibly, others to hooch-happy excess. The effects of alcohol seem to have enhanced their statesmanship.
For the parents, obviously. And not only after a long day or during a playdate.
The Centers for Disease Control wasn’t thinking through a lot of things when it recommended that women only drink if contracepting. Maybe CDC is tipsy?
Stop whining about the non-existent dangers of certain wine corks, and start drinking.
The nation’s ‘fifth-best’ college chastises students for dressing up as American Indians while encouraging rampant immorality.
Here are seven problems with modern feminism.
Big government invisibly narrows economic and other possibilities for life, such as relationships, careers, entrepreneurship—even eating and drinking.
Even at the most basic level, scientists don’t yet understand why booze makes us feel the way it does.
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