Why Not Beer?

Patagonia's rich history of outfitting the world's top adventurers adds another important chapter as the company launches its first beer. Long Root Ale, produced...

The Risks Of Alcohol And Energy Drinks

Long Story Short The mix of caffeine and alcohol in drinks, such as Jagerbombs or vodka and Red Bull, can cause drinkers to become "wide...

5 Drinks That Can Speed Recovery

  Alcohol is no nutritionist’s ideal post-workout drink. But let’s be honest — if you’ve just battled through an after-work run or basketball game, it’s...

Would the Trans-Pacific Partnership Make Whiskey Better?

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a complex trade deal that would eliminate many tariffs placed on U.S. goods by foreign countries. If it were to...

SUBLIME IS LAUNCHING A BEER TO CELEBRATE THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF ’40 OZ TO...

Twenty-five years ago this June, a trio of sunburnt Bob Marley fans with a decent following among Southern California stoners put out their debut album on...

17 Beers You Have to Try from the Great American Beer Festival

The 2016 Great American Beer Fest poured nearly 4,000 beers from 800 breweries over the three-day celebration of craft beer. Despite our best effort,...

What’s Peat and How Did it Get in My Whisky?

Peaty scotch can be a polarizing topic among whisky drinkers — some love it, some hate it, very few are impartial to it. For...

Rare Whisky Expected To Sell For Over $600,000 At Auction

Long Story Short A collection of rare Japanese whisky might be about to go under the hammer for £500,000 in an online auction. That’s approximately...

A Whiskey You’ll Never Be Able to Find

As of this morning, whiskey hunters have a new prize to hunt down. Jim Murray has crowned the 2017 World Whisky of the year,...

HOW TO DRINK SOLO AT THE BAR

No one wants to drink alone—hence why I had to bring a friend during a recent Facebook Live video while trying tequila drinks—but, every...

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