liquor

Booze

These Weird Booze-Knockoff Flavored Wines Are Showing Up in Gas Stations

Despite the products’ deceptive packaging, they don’t contain any vodka, bourbon, tequila, or gin.
Jelisa Castrodale
3.5.19
Booze

This Distillery Has Been Making Killer Apple Brandy Since Before America Was a Country

And it's in... New Jersey?
Jake Emen
10.1.18
The VICE Guide to Life

Nobody Wants to Be the One to Point Out a Friend's Drinking Problem

Here's how to do it.
Cindy Kuzma
9.19.18
drinking

We Looked Into Whether Cheap Alcohol Gives You a Worse Hangover

There have been surprisingly few studies on the ingredients and production methods that define different brands of alcohol.
Mark Hay
6.28.18
depression

All the Reasons You Shouldn’t Drink When You’re Depressed

Alcohol has immediate and long-term negative effects that can exacerbate depression—and far outweigh any benefits.
Mark Hay
6.20.18
Tonic

A New Hangover Pill Appears to Work in Drunk Mice

The treatment cut blood alcohol levels by nearly half in just four hours.
Yunfeng Lu
5.9.18
Health

Tequila Doesn't Make You Act Any Crazier Than Wine or Beer

It's all in your head.
Nicole Lee
4.23.18
liquor

Friends Don't Let Friends Burn Absinthe

Marc Bernhard, a craft absinthe distiller based in Washington, knowns damn well that the green fairy won't make you hallucinate, and he rails against the popular practice in some bars of lighting the sugar cube on fire.
Aaron Kase
3.3.18
Phys Ed

You Won't Ruin Your Workout by Drinking After

As long as you don't make a habit of it.
Nicole Wetsman
2.14.18
vodka

The World's Most Expensive Vodka Bottle Has Been Found Outside a Construction Site

Surprise: It's empty.
Mayukh Sen
1.8.18
liquor

Fernet-Branca Was Once a ‘Cure’ for Cholera

I was granted a conversation with the Vice President of Fernet-Branca, Niccolò Branca, who offered some rare insight into its composition and surprising history.
Harry Sword
1.7.18
Booze

A Gonzo Journey Through Berlin's Absinthe Bars

Berlin has four absinthe bars. I don’t think that’s nearly enough. I decided to visit them in one night to see if I, in not becoming a degenerate, might encourage the building of more.
Phillip Turo
12.28.17
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