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Gin Recalled for Having Too Much Alcohol
Next up: saltshakers with too much salt.
World’s Coolest Scientist Predicts Hangovers Could Be Eliminated by 2050
So-called “alcosynth” would solve a lot of other problems associated with traditional booze, too.
12 Novel Bottles of Booze, Beer, and Wine to Get Your Dad for Father’s Day
Gin from Vermont, a great craft pilsner, overproof rum, and more.
15 Excellent Bartender-Approved Bottles of Booze You Can Grab for Under $25
Recommendations from the cocktail shakers behind Nitecap, Leyenda, and other top spots.
Amazon Just Launched One-Hour Alcohol Delivery in Manhattan
Countless holiday parties will be saved.
NYC’s Swankiest New Bar
And John McDonald’s developing the food menu.
Grub Street’s 2014 Gift Guide: 24 Unique Finds for the Discerning Gourmand
TSA-approved bitters, the Lamborghini of poultry, duck-fat caramels, and more.
Watch a Trailer for the Upcoming Malört Documentary
Chicagoans pay homage to the drink that’s assaulted them for 80 years.
Get Drunk, Stay Warm: 14 New Hot, Comforting Cocktails
’Tis the season to spike apple cider, hot chocolate, and tea.
Beyond Angostura: 14 Small-Batch Bitters You Need to Try
Including Bittercube, Scrappy’s, and Hella.
Spring Drinking: 13 Spots Where You Can Order a Great Gin and Tonic
Cata, Alder, and ABC Cocina are doing exotic riffs on the classic cocktail.
How, Exactly, the Sugary-Drink Ban Will Affect You [Update: It Won’t Affect You
Can you drink venti Frappuccinos the same way? What about marshmallow vodka? Gatorade? We’ve got all possible scenarios covered.
Can We Stop Putting All This Extra Junk in Our Bloody Marys?
That doesn’t look very good.
Four More Years
Champagne Lobby Protests the Booze at Obama’s Inauguration
It’s his party; he can call sparkling wine Champagne if he wants to.
What to Eat
Damage Control: What You
Be Binge-Eating When You’re Drunk
Burger and fries: No. Peanut butter sandwich: Yes.
‘Starbucks Evenings’ Menu Includes Beer, Wine, Bacon-Wrapped Dates
Choose your adventure: gingerbread latte or Blue Moon?
Your Bartender Might Hate You
Order wisely or not at all.
Is Milton the New Miami?
Free-flowing alcohol and thousands of people at someone’s massive estate: What could go wrong?
Is T’s Pub Partially Responsible for BU Hockey Players’ Drunken Escapades?
BU’s hockey team comes under fire, and so does their favorite pub.
Formerly Dry Arlington Will Get a Tavern on the Cambridge Line
The American Legion isn’t the only place to party any more.
Now You Can Get a Buzz With Your Deodorant
Downtown Crossing’s trail-blazin’ Walgreens sells sushi and sake!
Popular Arlington Restaurants Nabbed in Underage Drinking Sting; Residents Freak
Arlington is dry, but the restaurants are slippery.
In Other News, College Students Sometimes Use Fake IDs
BU students drink, party, and tumble into the streets.
Boozin’ Woes for Grannies and Allstonians; Jessica Simpson’s Baby Could Be Named
Plus poultry that causes UTIs, and more, all in our morning news round-up.
More Booze Is Being Offered in More Places at Atlantic City’s Casinos;
Plus: Global food prices are expected to remain high; and in Japan Wendy’s burgers come with foie gras and truffles, all in our morning news roundup.
While We’re on the Subject of Drunkenness
Statistics prove what bartenders have long known: Bostonians love their liquor.
Liquor Store Owners Mixed on Boxing Day Ruling; Beware of Grease Burns
Plus Chinese cheese and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Just Don’t Call It ‘Vegan’; SoCal Loves Spirits, and Other Boozy News
Raw milk recalls after kids get sick, non-vegans don’t want to hear the ‘v’ word, and more news in our daily roundup.
Drinking with the Seasons: Henri’s Clint Rogers Mixes Up a Huckleberry Sling
Because drinking in season is good, too.
West Tisbury: Soon to Be Wet Tisbury?
The resort town might get a beer and wine license tomorrow.
Executive Sweets Eyes Westport; Sober Ohioans Can Bring Concealed Weapons to
Plus fast-food restaurants sell booze and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Yep, Liquor Really Can Become Liqueur
An Eastie watering hole gets its booze back.
It’s Been A Bad, Bad Week for Boozers
The silly BPD refuses to believe that tequila’s actually a liqueur.
This Spring We’re Going to Drink Like It’s 1799
Ben Franklin’s chosen poison makes a comeback.
Scholars Will School You in the Art of Craft Cocktails
Downtown Crossing gets a new hangout, endorsed by the mayor.
Boston’s Cocktail Scene Gets Spiked
A master mixologist takes his career off ice.
American Provisions Wants to Bring You Local Beer and Wine
American Provisions wants to provide you with alcohol.
KO Catering and Pies: Hold the Booze
Boston Bartenders Collaborative Founder: The Third Generation of Bartenders Is
The Boston Bartenders Collaborative elevates drinking to new heights.
Jedi Mind Tricks, Psychic Powers Top Bartenders’ Wish Lists
An intimate look at bartenders’ innermost thoughts.
Owners of Big Wangs Proving to Be Just That; A Benihana Brouhaha
Owners of Big Wangs are indeed that, a Benihana brouhaha, and more, in your daily news.
Friendly Reminder: Soon Your Booze Will Be Tax-Free
Alcohol and Crazy Groupon Usage Lead to Tension and Frantic Calculations at
Stop us if you’ve heard this one: 47 kids walk into a bar…
Massachusetts Booze Deaths Skyrocket; 75 Percent of Kids Drink Caffeine
Plus, Chinese food in India is the next big thing, plus much more all in our morning news round-up.
Is Boston America’s Pubbiest Town?
Need to Binge Before Going to Bed Drunk? Phantom Phans Have Some Helpful
The Phantom Gourmet’s “phans” will help you avoid a hangover.
College Kids Often Overdo It on Booze; Tallow Carvings to Festoon Military
Plus, the reproductive woes of turkeys, and much more all in our morning news round-up.
Beer Summit’s Harvest Fest on Tap This Weekend
Massachusetts Bans Caffeine-Alcohol Drinks; Blue Laws Fade
Plus a $142,653 truffle and much more, all in our morning news round-up.
Irish Bar In Southie Gets License Suspended; Welfare Cards Buy Booze
Plus live, “dancing” shrimp get pulled from a menu after repeated PETA protests, and Chicago’s Ina PIckney and South Carolina’s Nathalee Dupree, both chefs, run for U.S. Senate seats, all in our morning news roundup.