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It might not technically be brews you can use, but video games are kind of the 21st-century counterpart to 19th-century opium, so this is kinda BYCU appropriate. Plus, it's an interesting development: College bringing gamers on board as varsity athletes:

"[Tiffin University] is adding competitive video gaming – or eSports – to its Division II athletic department. It will recruit 40 players with thousands of dollars in athletic scholarships, coaches, and a state-of-the-art gaming center.

"Players will compete in national and regional tournaments on multiplayer video games such as League of Legends and Counter-Strike."

The TDE reader who sent this me is acquainted with Tiffin. The school, he observes, is "not academically strong, shall we say."