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Take A Powder: How Palcohol Almost Spelled The End For Society

Imagining our world with legal powdered alcohol
May 1, 2014 12:00 pm

My grandpa abided by a simple philosophy: leave well enough alone. I recently ran across a wonderful little crime against nature that would have sent him into the stratosphere. It's called Palcohol, and if grandpa had lived long enough to get wind of this crap, it would have been the thing that killed him. Read on.

Agave And Añejo Walk Into A Bar...

Tequila drinking tips from a trip to Mexico
Apr 3, 2014 2:00 pm

If, on your visit to Mexico, you don’t want to look like a wide-eyed gringo who’d be fun to roll for his wallet (I prefer to project the air of a degenerate gringo who you might catch something from), there are three acceptable ways to drink tequila. All about not slamming it, after the jump.

Why Sommeliers Are The Haughtiest Hipsters In All Of Hoochville

Taking a close look at a different breed of hipster
Mar 6, 2014 2:00 pm

Let’s get one thing clear up front. Putting labels on people reduces them to a stereotype. It’s mean and it’s hurtful. So that’s why I don’t like putting labels on people. Rather, I love it. Read on for some of the labels I have applied recently, including an in-depth look at a sinister, secretive breed of hipster known as a sommelier.

Introducing The Liam Neeson Drinking Game

He will find you. And he will make you drink a lot.
Feb 20, 2014 2:00 pm

In my time so far on the planet I’ve uncovered two key coping mechanisms for dealing with life’s topsy-turvy twists and turns: strong drink and Liam Neeson, preferably in combination. I would like to share the details of a game with you now. To play, you will need a case of beer, a ridiculous amount of whiskey, a Netflix account and friends. Okay, then, let’s get to it...

Another Duck Dynasty Controversy is Brewing. Well, Fermenting.

Proposing a few (more) pop culture/wine crossovers
Jan 16, 2014 2:00 pm

As tacky as they may be, Dan Dunn is fine with these pop cultural phenomenon-themed wines. This is America, after all. Opportunistic branding is our birthright!  Here are a few no-brainers I’ve come up with. Diageo, I hope you’re taking notes.

On The Pappy Purloiner And Other Crimes Of A Boozy Nature

Some (drunks) call it the crime of the century
Oct 24, 2013 1:00 pm

In what some folks who probably enjoy alcohol just a wee bit too much are calling the crime of the century, 65 cases of coveted 20-year-old Pappy Van Winkle bourbon and 9 cases of 13-year-old rye were stolen recently from a warehouse in Frankfort, Kentucky. This got our columnist thinking a bit...

Friday Is National Vodka Day. Who The F*&K Cares About National Vodka Day?

Everyone's favorite fake holiday is not a favorite
Oct 3, 2013 1:00 pm

Tomorrow, October 4, is National Vodka Day. For tens of adult beverage lovers across this great nation it’s a day to celebrate a popular spirit, commemorate its history, and get hella wasted on that blandest of white spirits, mother vodka. Allow us to examine this special day.

The Case For Allowing Drinking At The Office

Could a little booze aid productivity, creativity?
Sep 5, 2013 2:00 pm

It’s not that I think there’s anything inherently wrong with having a stable career in a respectable profession that provides a steady income. Hell, I’m not even averse to the notion of settling into a regular routine, just so long as it doesn’t involve, you know, regularly having to do work. Or stop drinking during what the rest of the world has collectively (and fascistically) come to define as “work hours.” But, what if the two worlds were combined? Dan Dunn examines.

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