5/16/14
 
 

This Week In Drinks

This week has been good to those of us who enjoy a good, stiff drink at the end of the day. Whether you're a beer man, fancy yourself more of a bourbon connoisseur or prefer a solid cocktail, here are some of the best brewed stories, distilled for your convenience.

Weirdest
Hangover Cures

From pickled sheep's eyeballs to chocolate milk, here are a dozen hangover remedies from all over the world that people actually consume. Of course, you already know the best one.

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The Bourbon Shortage

"We're sorry to have to break it to you, but there's no easy way to say it: we're smack in the middle of a bourbon shortage," writes First We Feast's Janaki Jitchotvisut. She details the shortage and its effects and explores some of the causes that got us into this mess. Apparently, we all like quality bourbons and whiskeys ... a little too much.

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2 Years

The length of time experts predict the shortage will last. Ouch.

Inventive Cocktail Recipes

 
 
 

After attending the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, where dozens of the world's best bartenders serve up their latest creations, Men's Journal assembles a few of their favorites. The drinks are both creative yet still easy enough for the average guy to make at home with the right equipment.

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The New
King of Beers?

The Economist explains how India pale ale conquered the world. "The bold flavors and high alcohol content create a beer that has a distinct style and bold taste, yet can come in many shades."

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New Brews

Bon Appétit rounds up the ten US breweries to watch, from Washington, DC
to California.

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