The Weakest Link
Inside the Messy, Dark Side of Nintendo Switch Piracy
Doxing rivals, stealing each other’s files, and poking around Nintendo’s servers are all a normal part of the ballooning Nintendo Switch hacking and piracy scenes.
Homemade Irish Red Ale
Stop spending money at the bar and start brewing your own beer at home.
This Smartphone Gadget Turns Fruit into Alcohol
The humble fruit bowl becomes a liquor store.
Fan Recreation of 'GoldenEye 007' Gets Its Biggest Update in Years
Update introduces "Dam" map from the original game as well as new weapon skins and general polish.
Inside London's Secret Homebrewing Club
Based above a London beer shop, the club meets to discuss brewing techniques and swap tasting notes. “You’re making smaller batches than commercial brewers so you can afford to take risks,” says one attendee.
This British Grandad Could Be Flogged for Making Wine in Saudi Arabia
74-year-old expat Karl Andee was caught with homebrewed wine by Saudi police last year and is now facing a punishment of 350 lashes.
This Man Says His Protein-Fortified “Fitness Beer” Will Change the World
The Illinois resident and former employee of an insurance company decided to leave everything behind—he says he even turned down Harvard Law School—to bet it all on his undying desire to combine pleasure and pain
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Buzzkill Schools in Zimbabwe Are Banning Sorghum In Case Kids Use It to Make Beer
Don't you hate it when the teacher fucks with your sorghum?
I Tried to Make My Own Vegemite Moonshine
Australia’s Indigenous Affairs Minister came under fire last week after warning that the country’s remote Aboriginal communities were distilling illicit alcohol from Vegemite. I put the claim to the test by attempting to brew my own batch.
The Time I Drank Vegemite Moonshine and Stayed Very Sober
The reason I knew yesterday's Vegemite-hooch story was bogus? Because I tried (and failed) to brew some last year.
The lingering appeal of the original Game Boy.
Mexico’s Indigenous Tribes Used to Get Wasted on These Prehispanic Brews
Made from fermented maize and pineapple respectively, <i>tejuino</i> and <i>tepache</i> are typically served in plastic cups or plastic bags tied to a straw, sold almost exclusively on market stalls or by pedal-cart street vendors.