"I wanted to portray the sense of pressure building and ceremony that comes with change."
When you ask for poitín, most pubs in Ireland will inform you with a scowl, “That’s illegal,” like you’ve just asked for a rock of crack.
"I've seen blokes throw up as soon as they see it, let alone smelling or drinking the shit."
It’ll make your kitchen smell amazing. But look out: When something this tasty is made with everclear, you’ve gotta watch yourself before you get hit like a hockey puck.
State authorities in the Southwestern province of Sichuan just detained two men for trying to sell and promote limited-edition bottles of baijiu bearing labels that commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.
Ya dong is a potent Thai liquor that's infused with medicinal herbs and sold at street stalls for a pittance. But it's increasingly showing up in fancier and much more expensive renditions in Bangkok's high-end bars and restaurants.
We caught up with the iconic live rave outfit to hear about the changing tides of their beloved city, and what the future might bring.
Matthew Rowley’s new book Lost Recipes of Prohibition examines an era when compounders and distillers of varying abilities were doing their best to keep people buzzed.
From Gil Scott-Heron to Michael Jackson, the Congolese-Canadian artist can't get enough of these tracks.
The reason I knew yesterday's Vegemite-hooch story was bogus? Because I tried (and failed) to brew some last year.