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How to Make Milk That'll Get You Hammered

By Brent Rose on at

When I was a kid, there used to be a mason jar in my house that was always kept just out of my reach. It looked like it was filled yogurt, but grosser. Runny, chunky, with a sickly yellow color. I didn't find out until years later that it was actually the most delicious milk liqueur I've ever tasted.

Facebook Shows Boozy Britain's a Nation of Drunkards

By Sam Gibbs on at

Us Brits, we love our booze. From real ales, larger and tart fuel, to fine wines, Lambrini and the odd G&T -- it's all good. One of the consequences of our penchant for tipple is that we're always being photographed when trollied. So, unsurprisingly around 75 per cent of our Facebook photos capture us sozzled, according to a recent survey.

US FDA Approves Silver Bullet for Hangovers

By Andrew Tarantola on at

It's 1pm. You're still in bed, having already muttered some lame excuse to your boss as to why you aren't in to work today, chugged a litre of water, half a bottle of aspirin, AND TWO GALLONS OF COFFEE, but no dice. When all else fails, this new US FDA-approved cure might help.

Get Really Drunk Off Gummi Bears

By Brent Rose on at

Have you heard the one about the super simple way of packing a high amount of alcohol into gummi bears? I was extremely skeptical, so like any good scientist* I decided to test it myself. The result? Hooboy...

Will Wine Snobs Embrace a Paper Bottle?

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Even though they're recyclable, glass bottles are energy intensive to produce, and heavy and expensive to ship. So an inventor has created a cheaper, greener alternative with a paper-based bottle that will probably have sommeliers turning their noses up at it.