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This Anti-Aging Gin Is A Great Excuse For A Terrible Pun

At some point in the future we’ll all be downing rejuvenation pills to stave off the swing of a certain, sharp farming implement. Until then, we’ll have to rely on overpriced moisturisers, demonic deals with Mark Sheppard and this gin, called “Anti-aGin”.


Yes, All American Alcohol Has To Be Radioactive

Video: America has a long and storied history with regulating alcohol, which has left them with a high drinking age and a very strange requirement that all alcohol be slightly radioactive.


This Is How Different 'One Drink' Is In Countries All Over The World

You can order the same drink at bars all over the world, but how much booze each order is really going to get you depends a lot on where you are.


How To Flame Citrus Like A Cocktail Pro

Video: As many bartenders know, one of the secrets to a tastier drink is playing with fire.


Someone Invented The Champagne Gun

Just let that sink in folks. Yes, with all the world’s problems solved, one or more engineers tasked themselves with the last, great obstacle facing mankind: How does one efficiently spray another person with bubbly booze? Don’t panic, we figured it out.


Why Cocktail Glasses Really Matter

Video: I will freely admit to being one of the twentysomething wasters who will throw a cocktail in anything that isn’t a Solo cup. But if you have more style and class, you may have wondered if there’s science behind the bewildering array of glassware.


A Computer Can Spot Your Drunk Tweets From A Mile Away

If you were at a bar with your phone in New York City during 2014, your whiskey-laced illegible tweets may have been used for important scientific research.


Binge Drinking Is Putting Australian Women At Risk Of Depression

Sixteen per cent of young Australian women have been classified as “extremely frequent” binge drinkers and may be increasing their risk of depression, according to new research from the University of Newcastle (UON).


Study Suggests Drinking Coffee Might Reduce Liver Damage From Alcohol

There is a growing body of evidence that coffee may be good for your long-term health, reducing the risk of type II diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. According to one recent meta-study, it may also lower your risk of liver damage from boozing.


Why Drinking Is Worse For You If You Are Poor

Despite drinking the same amounts, people in lower income communities have higher levels of alcohol-related ill health than people in wealthier communities, and now UK scientists think they know why.

Their research shows that poorer people are 11 times more likely to combine drinking with other unhealthy habits such as smoking, poor diet, being overweight and failing to exercise, leading to worse outcomes than alcohol alone.


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