alcohol

Poll Shows Beer Is Americans’ Adult Beverage of Choice This Year

By Lydia Saad (Gallup Inc.) As they have for most of the past two decades, Americans who drink alcohol choose beer over wine and liquor as the type of alcohol they imbibe most often. This year, 41% of U.S. drinkers report they typically drink beer; 31% name wine and 23% name liquor. At 41%, Americans’ current preference for beer is among the highest Gallup has recorded since beer
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I Can See Clearly Now – The History of the Beer Glass

It is well known that beer has been with mankind for a long time. As beer itself changed, expanded, and improved, so did the way in which we actually got the beer to our mouths. The earlier vessels man used for drinking included earthenware, pottery, carved out wood, and even sewn-together pieces of leather. As time went on, man saw small improvements in the quality of their beer glasses.
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Beer Bellies A Myth?

by Andrea Nichol Beer bellies, for some beer drinkers, are a prideful symbol of their greatest passion: drinking beer. They proudly display their rounded protuberances as testimony to their excessive consumption of their chosen ambrosia. Are beer bellies caused by an excessive intake of beer? Not according to some scientists, who claim that beer  Typically, the beer belly has been considered
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Stone Levitation Ale

By EZ Angler Staff – Escondido, CA-based Stone Brewing Co. has a unique line-up of beers and its Levitiation Ale’s deep amber certainly fits in with the breweries original style. On first crack, the citrus and caramel aromas are easy to notice in this tasty beer. But don’t let the sweetness of this well balanced mix fool you. Levitation Ale delivers a bold, rich flavor followed by
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Dogfish Head World Wide Stout

by Stefan Scott – Brewed with a ridiculous amount of barley, this “very dark ale” is a great sipper, very complex & delicious. Deleware-based Dogfish Head’s World Wide Stout offers a nice, smooth dark coffee pour to near black with a  two finger beige head that the bubbly carbonation soon lessens to a thin one indeed, & little clinging lace. The aroma of this
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Rye Whisky, Rye Whisky – More Than A Song

By Steve Szceblowski (Dr. Mix) – “Rye whisky, rye whisky, You’re no friend to me; You killed my poor daddy, Goddamn you, try me. (Traditional Folk Song)” Just a few short years ago, you’d be lucky to find a dusty bottle of Rye whiskey at your neighborhood liquor store, or like myself you may have confused Rye with the fruit-floating concoction Rock n’ Rye (maybe the
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30 Shots Recipes

Pouring straight is always nice but why not mix it up! Here is a list of 30 different shots types that may give you that extra GiddyUp!!!!!!! Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.  
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Tending To That Nasty Hangover

by EZ Angler Staff – So, you had a fun night out on the town last night with your romantic partner or a few close friends.  Although you may have had a great time the night before, you may be feeling a little bit out of sorts and suffer from a pounding headache the next day, because  you consumed your fair share of your favorite, or in some cases not so favorite, booze the night before.
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The King of Cocktails – It’s Hard To go Wrong With A Manhattan

By Steve Szczeblowski – Gentlemen, I’m here to sing the praises of my favorite drink, my go-to, my default, aka ‘The King of Cocktails’, The Manhattan. Easy to make, packs a wallop, and projects the perfect balance of suave sophistication and workman-like simplicity. And yes, it’s what your grandparents drank (so what?) Mysteriously appearing in late 19th century New York, the
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Bombay Sapphire East Gin

Bombay Sapphire East Gin (42%, 84 proof) is a unique extension of the Bombay Sapphire brand. The signature Bombay Saphire taste remains present with lemon peels, almond, licorice,  juniper, and grains of paradise. However, lemongrass and black pepper add a new twist.   As with Bombay Sapphire, the Bombay Sapphire East is a lighter style gin. The lemon and lemongrass really stand out with the
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