drinking

Presidential Beer History
In observance of President's Day we take a look back at how much those who have held the office of President appreciated beer. As a matter of fact, beer was considered safer than water when the Pilgrims arrived, and they landed where they did because they were running out of beer.
The Three C’s of Pairing Beer + Food
Beer. It’s your buddy at the game, with a slice of pizza, on the lawnmower, between frames, and sometimes standing around the grill. It should be your buddy elsewhere too and with just a tad bit of knowledge you’ll be able to have your bff beer with you more often than you do now. When’s the last ti…
Man Impaled on Fence After Dodging Out on Bar Tab
There is no joy in having to pay a large bar tab, especially when there seems to be a discrepancy with the bill. However, it is well advised to just pay it – because there is even less joy in having to be removed from a fence after you impale yourself while attempting to pull the old “dr…
‘Stay Sober’ Pill In Development
A pill that eliminated all the effects alcohol on lab rats may one day be available to humans.
Researchers fed the rodents — who react to alcohol similarly to how people do — the new drug after having them consume enough booze to stumble and fall down. Then they measured the rod…
St Patrick’s Day Bar Crowd [VIDEO]
Jake Thomas is out and about in his "neck of the woods" today doing a bar crawl and you're more than welcome to join him. Judging by the video plenty of folks already have done so! Do you have any plans today? Live in the north country or planning on being there shortly? Check in with Jake…
Youths Experimenting With Alcohol
Do you know where your child has been in the last month?  A new report from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration claims about six-percent of American youths aged 12 to 14 have had at least one drink containing alcohol in the past month.