Nice Try, But You Can't Bring Your Own Booze to Drink on a Plane
Unless you want to pay a fine of up to $11,000, according to a flight attendant.
A Brief Look at Cutty Bangs: San Francisco's Weird, Beloved Liquor Store Tradition
Ever been in a Bay Area liquor store and seen those curated plastic bags full of little airplane bottles of booze? If so, you have met the cutty bang in the wild.
The MUNCHIES Guide to Drinking in Public This Summer
You're outside, it's hot, you're doing something fun, and you want to get sloshed without getting arrested. Here's how.
The Broadly Guide to Sobriety
From falling in the pool at your office party to completing the unofficial 13th step, here's your guide to kicking the habit.
Natasha Vargas-Cooper, Sophie Saint Thomas, and Mitchell Sunderland
I Tried to Get Drunk on Kombucha
The experiment ended in vomit and wet farts.
Our Love of Getting Trashed Is Costing the US $250 Billion Every Year
Consider this: Theoretically, it’s costing the US economy more to deal with the fallout from your drinking than you’re actually paying for drinks themselves.
A Florida Gun Range Wants to Serve You Beer with Your Bullets
At Volusia Top Gun, a gun range in Daytona Beach, you're welcome to throw back a few shots alongside some fun with tactical weapons.
I Spent 24 Hours in a Las Vegas Casino
I spent a day and night surrounded by alcoholic slushies, go-go dancers, and old people sitting in front of video slot machines.
The VICE Guide to Drinking in Britain
Haha, yeah! Wooo! Haha. Drinking!
The Secret History of the Kentucky Derby's Iconic Cocktail
The mint julep is all but synonymous with the Kentucky Derby. How exactly did that happen? It's a long story that starts in the Antebellum South.
The Inventor of Palcohol Wants You to Know the Media Got It All Wrong
We spoke to Mark Phillips, the inventor of Palcohol, about the process of inventing his product, his background in wine tasting, and the real reason why liquor companies are worried about his invention.
In Defense of Bachelorette Parties
Weddings are basically your first funeral, and a bachelorette party is your last good bye—a chance to get some closure before another one of you crosses over the great divide to talking about mortgage rates and going off the pill.