5 Reasons to Drink This Weekend

5 Reasons To Drink This Weekend / December 9, 2016 / No Comments.


1) The Army-Navy Game: Once a year, the United States Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy square up in what is one of the oldest rivalries in all of sports. Currently, Navy leads the series at 60-49-7 and has won the matchup for the last 14 years.

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  • Cocktail Corner: LaCroixtails

    Cocktail Corner / December 8, 2016 / No Comments.


    You feel kind of high-end when you crack open a LaCroix on a casual Saturday afternoon. If it’s not the styled packaging and swirly font that says, “I’m classy, I promise” it’s the fake accent you have to put on when someone asks you what you’re drinking. These flavorful drinks are a favorite of many, BUT it seems they are missing one thing. It only makes sense, with the perfect blend of fruity goodness and fizz, to add the best third component to any great duo – booze!

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    Man Cave: Beer Pong Golf

    Man Cave / December 8, 2016 / No Comments.


    A new drinking game is exploding onto the scene, but it might require a bit more practice than your average beer pong match.

    Introducing Beer Pong Golf. The rules are simple. You and an opponent each set up 6 pitchers full of beer in a triangle on the green and take turns trying to chip your ball from the fringe, into one of your pitchers. When you make a shot, your opponent drinks.

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    Holiday Movie Inspired Cocktails

    Cocktails / December 7, 2016 / No Comments.


    The holiday season is upon us. Christmas lights are finally acceptable, people have started to buy their trees and gifts. Even the grumpiest of Scrooges seem to be in a lighter mood when “Let it Snow!” is playing. Our favorite part? Holiday movies! You’re lying if you say you’ve never heard of “25 Days of Christmas” special on Freeform (formerly, ABC Family).

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    Booze News Weekly

    Booze News Weekly / December 7, 2016 / No Comments.


    Do you ever feel bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to talk through what’s new and noteworthy this week…

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    Boozy Advent Calendars

    Uncategorized / December 6, 2016 / No Comments.


    It’s that time of year when we start counting. We count the number of people on our list of gifts to buy, the holiday parties we are invited to (the number of drinks we consume at each), but most of all, we count the number of days until Christmas.

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    The Locally Grown Movement is Coming to Your IPA

    Beer / December 5, 2016 / No Comments.


    Fact: Millions of people all over this big, beautiful nation of ours enjoy craft beer. Other fact: People are really into locally grown ingredients. Theory: Craft beer made with locally grown ingredients would be a huge hit. We’re gonna be rich!

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    Her Shot: Get To Know Chardonnay

    Her Shot / December 4, 2016 / No Comments.


    Let’s start off with why everyone should learn more about chardonnay: it’s everywhere. Literally. Planes, weddings, work events, Applebee’s; you name it, they serve it. Despite having a bad wrap as a crappy white wine, chard was very popular in the ’80s and ’90s. That’s when the “chard boom” began, infiltrating the wine market. We’re here to end chard’s bad rep.

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    Corona Founder Gives Back

    Beer / December 3, 2016 / No Comments.


    Antonino Fernández, Corona’s founder, died earlier this year at the age of 98. His estate at the time was valued at approximately $210 million (that’s a lot of moola). With all of his success, he still stuck to his roots in Cerezales del Condado which is located in the northwest of Spain. He invested in several areas of his hometown to improve drinking water, to restore a beloved church and to redevelop the public town square.

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