Blog Archives for category ALCOHOL & DRINKS

A New Beer that boosts immunity and improves gut health

Beer lovers may soon have a gut-friendly drink to raise a toast to, thanks to the creation of a novel… Continue reading »

This is Why Stouts Are Much More Than Just a St. Patrick’s Day Tradition

As a beer most associated with the Emerald Isle and its most iconic brewery, stouts are much, so much more… Continue reading »

JOHNNY WALKER BLUE LABEL WHISKY BOTTLE CAN TALK TO YOUR SMART PHONE SEE IN THIS VIDEO

Here is a video about a Johnny Walker bottle that delivers cocktail recipes to a consumer’s smartphone directly from the… Continue reading »

People Who Drink Champagne are Healthier and have Better Memory says Science Report

Champagne has been very popularly associated with celebrations and as Charles Dickens rightly said, Champagne is one of the elegant… Continue reading »

WHISKEY DRINKERS LIVE LONGER STUDY SHOWS HERE

Whether its Jack Daniels, Jim Beam, or Fireball, everybody is bound to have one kind of whiskey they like more… Continue reading »

Video on How To Avoid A Hangover (As Science sees it)

DECEMBER 31, 2015 SCIENCE Next time you’re headed out for a night of drinking, you’re going to be thankful that… Continue reading »

MAGIC INGREDIENT YOU TAKE SO YOU CAN DRINK ALL NIGHT & NOT GET DRUNK

The Strange, Scientifically Backed Method for Drinking All Night Without Getting Drunk Jim Koch of Sam Adams knows beer. He… Continue reading »

BEER IS GOOD FOR YOU NOW SAY RESEARCH SCIENTISTS

Research suggests the amber nectar could be beneficial, in moderation. Photo: Paul Jones In ancient Sumeria, around 4000 years ago,… Continue reading »

GUIDE TO CRAFT BEER STYLES HERE TO CHECK OUT

What do the different craft beer styles mean and how does sampling them introduce you to a whole world full… Continue reading »

Bartender killed drinker by serving 56 shots, court finds

A French bartender has received a suspended jail sentence after being convicted of manslaughter for serving a man 56 shots… Continue reading »