Buckfast Sales Soar After Scotland Introduces Minimum Pricing on Booze
With budget ciders like Frosty Jack’s now subject to minimum alcohol pricing, Scots are turning to the infamous fortified wine.
This Shop Is Selling Buckfast Easter Eggs
The perfect Easter gift for fans of the fortified tonic wine that gets you really, really pissed!
Meet the Bartender Making Buckfast Negronis
“Buckfast has nice tannins and it’s fruity so it makes a valid substitute for red vermouth,” says Glaswegian cocktail pro Stu Bale. “But it does get you pretty fucked up if you drink a lot of it.”
On Tour With Britain's Biggest Narcissist... Johnny Rocket!
We followed a ramshackle supergroup comprised of Fat White Family, Slow Club, and The ERC on a sniff and cider-fuelled tour across Northern England.
These Incredibly Shit Euro 2016 Flags Will Make You Lose All Hope For Humanity
Either that, or you’ll think the craic is truly mighty.
Buckfast Easter Eggs Have Pissed Off the Church of Scotland
Buckfast is a tonic wine which, despite being made by monks, has essentially become Scotland’s equivalent of Four Loko, and is synonymous with teen binge-drinking and puking.
How My First Pill Saved me from Another Shit Scottish Summer
"It's hot in there. Too hot. Too loud. I want to tell everyone how much they mean to me."
Politicians Just Lost a Fight Against Buckfast, Scotland's Favorite Cheap Caffeinated Booze
The drink that "gets you fucked fast" is blamed for many social problems, but the SNP just stopped a Labour attempt to get it banned.
Underage Drinkers in Scotland Are Ordering Booze Through Social Media
Glasgow police are cracking down on illegal "dial-a-drink" services that bring MD 20/20 and Dragon Soop to underage drinkers in the wee hours of the morning.
The Best Ice Cream Gets You a Little Drunk
Enjoy the best of both worlds: Buckfast—a.k.a. creepy fortified wine that's known for its affiliation with violent crime—and homemade frozen desserts.
Can Americans Learn to Love Scottish Food?
The Scottish government has declared this year to be Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink, but there's just one problem: the country suffers from bad PR when it comes to food where the general public is concerned.
Buckfast Ice Cream
Eating too much of this might throw you in the slammer.