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Is Anheuser-Busch Watering Down Their Beer?

Anheuser-Busch is the subject of a multi-million dollar class action suit filed by dissatisfied beer drinkers and hellraisers all across America; the brewing giant stands accused of watering down many of its popular bands, including Budweiser and Michelob. Wait, is that why those beers taste so terrible?

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Category: Drinks, Weird News
Man Drinks His Way Across Massachusetts for Charity
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Selfless Man Goes on Statewide Bar Crawl for Charity

Normally, nothing good comes from overindulgence, but one man in Massachusetts is changing all that by drinking his way across the state for charity. He's a certified American hero! Sorry, this sort of selfless act always makes us a little emotional. Also, we're kind of drunk.

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Category: Drinks, Weird News
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Booze School: What’s the Difference Between Scotch and Rye Whiskey?

For the alley drunkard, knowing the difference between scotch and rye whisky sort of falls on deaf livers ears. However, on the barstools of civil society sits a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed boozehound who is not only thirsty for a good ol' whisky buzz, but also for the knowledge behind that brown medicine that has him swingin' at everything that moves by the time the bar closes.

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Category: Drinks
Kentucky Bourbon Trail
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Go Here: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour

If you're a Bourbon fan, you already know that Kentucky is your friend, but traveling the Kentucky Bourbon Trail opens up 200 years of distillery history that will make your love of the awesome brown liquid even deeper. Plus you'll be able to wax historical with your neighborhood barman.

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Category: Drinks, Pictures
Beer Wars
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And Then There Were Two: Global Beer War Continues

The global beer market is under siege. Powerhouse companies Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI) and SABMiller have spent nearly $200 billion over the last decade, buying up the majority of brewers on the planet. What they have effectively created is  a two-armed mega-beast of brew, capable of severing the heads of anyone else who dares to make beer within our solar system.

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Category: Drinks
Maker's Mark
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Maker’s Mark Stops Watering Down Their Bourbon, Vacation Day Requests Skyrocket

In an attempt to not be tortured and burned at the stake by their customer base, executives at Maker’s Mark have announced that the distillery no longer plans to cut their world famous bourbon with water.

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Category: Drinks
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SnoBar Alcoholic Ice Cream Has a Full Cocktail in Every Serving

For anyone who has ever sat down to a hot fudge sundae and thought, "You know, this is really delicious, but I really wish it could get me drunk," we give you SnoBar, the new alcohol-infused ice cream and ice pops with a full shot in every serving.

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Category: Drinks, Food
Beer gut
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Drink Up: New Study Finds Beer Doesn’t Cause Beer Bellies

While beer has been blamed, through the ages, for the bulging guts of the men that drink it, a new study suggests that there is no significant evidence to support this myth.

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Category: Drinks
The beer has gone bad
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Would You Dare Drink a Ten Year Old Beer?

While alcoholic folklore often paints a rotten picture of a man on a mission to drink himself blind with things like household chemicals, kerosene and anti-freeze, it is the consensus of “the committee” that not even the most desperate of the breed would dare knock back a bottle of decade-old beer.

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Category: Drinks
Whiskey and coke
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Thanks, Science: Cutting Whiskey With Diet Soda Gets You Hammered

To the wild-eyed booze enthusiast, it is a sometimes-necessary evil to cut 80 proof whiskey with diet soda, to keep that girlish figure without having to throw your balls up over your shoulders and just do shots. Good news, friends -- it's also an efficient way to get tanked.

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Category: Drinks
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Intoxicase Protects Your Phone Like a Bodyguard, Opens Your Beers Like a Servant and Counts Them Like a Nosy Girlfriend

Like a wingman cleverly disguised as an iPhone case, the Intoxicase always has your back. It will not only defend your phone from harm, it's also at the ready to pop open your beer (no more searching for openers or banging the bottle on the table), and will even tell you if you've had a few too many.

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Category: Drinks
Black Crown
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Budweiser Black Crown — Not Your Trashy Uncle’s Beer

Since the Belgians took over Anheuser-Busch four years ago, the brewer has been searching for new ways to cut costs while their mad scientists relentlessly work to develop new product lines -- including Bud Light Platinum and Bud Light Lime -- in an attempt to attract the more discriminating beer connoisseur.

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Category: Drinks
Bartender Makes 96K a Year
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New York City Bartender Makes $96,000 A Year Slinging Drinks

Shred your useless college degree — or stop going to college altogether — and start hitting the liquor cabinet. It's sound advice. A New York City bartender said she made $96,000 last year while bartending at a luxury hotel. Sarah Speros clai

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Power Hour Question: Are You Ready for 60 Beer-Soaked Minutes of Partying With Ali?

Nothing sucks harder than a boring party where people just sit around nursing beers. That's why "Drinking Composer" Ali Spagnola decided to make sure that never happens again.

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Category: Drinks, Girls
This Day in History
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This Day in History — First Can of Beer is Sold

It's almost the weekend, which is my favorite time to crack open a can of...well, if I'm honest, these days it's usually PBR. Times are tough, but not as tough as they probably were before this day in 1935, when the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company delivered it's first batch of 2,000 cans of Krueger's Finest Beer and Cream Ale to one of my favorite cities in America: the dirty river city of Richmond, VA.

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Category: Drinks, Weird News
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Why Does My Beer Smell Like a Skunk?

It does not take the well trained nose of a beer aficionado to determine if a beer has gone bad or not. No sir; upscale brew connoisseur and backwoods drunkards alike know that there is only one word to describe the putrid scent of beer gone rotten – and that is “skunk.”

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Category: Drinks
Homebrewer makes beer from Sugar Puffs
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Bad News — We Have Diabetes Now From Just Hearing About Sugar Puffs Cereal Beer

Back in college, we once tried out the beer and cereal combo when we were out of milk, and it did NOT go well. Thankfully, an amateur brewer armed with actual knowledge has found the perfect way to merge the two by creating beer made from Sugar Puffs cereal. Finally, a way to get tanked at breakfast.

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Category: Drinks, Food
New on receipts
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Get Smarter While You Drink With News Printed on Bar Tabs

We can't remember the last time we sat down with a newspaper and really read the news; mostly because we have no idea where to find one these days, and that behavior seems reserved for men of leisure with monocles and pocket squares. At least that's how we picture it. Thankfully, the Old Ebbitt Grill in Washington has come up with a pretty clever way to keep us in the know-- "news receipts."

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Category: Drinks, Weird News
Craft Brewer Introduces Hard Root Beer
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Dream Come True/We’re About to Become Obese — Introducing Alcoholic Root Beer

Since high-quality, legit Root Beer is made through a fermentation process almost identical to the one used to brew regular beer, we've always been a little miffed that it doesn't actually contain any alcohol. Our booze motto is: "if it could, it should," even though we've found exceptions -- "Gin Milk" turned out to be pretty disgusting, who knew? Thanks to Sprecher Brew though, all of that is about to change.

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Category: Drinks, Food
New App Shows the Effects of Drinking on Your Looks
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New App Lets You Gaze 10 Years Into Your Boozy Future

If the threat of blackouts and liver failure isn't enough to turn you into a teetotaler, then this new photo app, which simulates the physical effects of alcohol abuse over a period of 10 years, just might.

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Category: Drinks

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