Category: Food and Drink

Friday

Some advice from Kingsley Amis’ Everyday Drinking, with my commentary in italics: “If the red strikes you as thick, dark and heavy, feel no shame in cutting it with …

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“The dipsomaniac and the abstainer are not only both mistaken, but they both make the same mistake. They both regard wine as a drug and not as a drink.” …

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BYCU I decided I hadn’t been spending nearly enough time at Modern Drunkard Magazine, so I decided to surf around it last weekend during the Detroit Lions game. I …

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BYCU Man, BYCU blogging is almost too easy this week: Halloween is now a big drinking night, as evidenced by this infographic. There are many sites dedicated to boozy …

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BYCU Indiana has a blue law that prohibits alcohol sales on December 25th. An Indiana officer received a tip that an Indiana store had sold alcohol on Christmas, so …

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BYCU I heard of a local establishment charging $8 for a Tanqueray and tonic. It struck me as outrageous, but I don’t have a long history with hard liquor, …

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BYCU Great charts: What countries drink the most vodka, gin, whisky and rum? Per capita, the results are: Vodka: Russia. Rum: Indian. Scotch Whiskey: France. Gin: Philippines. Tequila: U.S. …