A Brief History of Drunken British Sailors
Until July 31, 1970, bracingly strong overproof rum was a vital part of the fabric of the British Navy—rationed, used as a currency, and a veritable way of life.
Darwin Bottle Shops Can Do Better Than a 'No Car, No Cask' Policy
In an effort to "assist the community in minimising alcohol related harm", which implicitly means harm to Aboriginal communities, three BWS drive-throughs in Darwin will no longer sell casks to those without a car. Too bad it's been tried before.