Traveling to different breweries and trying different flights is one of my personal favorite activities. You get to enjoy new beer and find new favorites. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us likely won’t be able to get out to a brewery anytime soon. But that doesn’t mean you can host your own home
Did you ever have a wine bottle so pretty you just couldn’t bear to throw it away? Or maybe, your recycling is already overflowing, leaving you with a temporary excess of empty alcohol bottles. Here are some easy eco-friendly and budget-friendly DIYS to repurpose your old alcohol bottles and keep you busy if you’re bored
The government demands healthcare workers to stay at it while the rest of us stay home. Do your part and stay home – and drink? Yes. If wine and liquor stores are considered essential business, then staying home and drinking is now an essential hobby. Here are two drinking games that are sure to provide
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If you’re not feeling sick but are still stuck at home with nothing to do, grab a glass of your favorite vino and try one of these activities! Do a paint-by-number. For people who love to sit down with paint and a brush but aren’t particularly artistic, paint-by-numbers are a fun alternative to blank canvases.
You went hard. Ran a few miles, lifted some weights, swam some laps. You have goals for your body and you’ve been focused min them. But now the sun is setting and your friends are calling for some much-needed social interaction. They want to hit the bar- and you’re sitting there trying to measure how
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As long as people have been inventing drinks, they’ve been inventing ways to consume them. Here are five amazing drinking inventions you can use at home: 1.THE BEER BONG A staple for every fraternity house, the beer bong is just a funnel with a tube to better facilitate your drinking. Because of the tube, the
You haven’t lost sight of your New Year Resolutions. Whether its keto, paleo or just low-carb, you’ve been watching what you eat and getting your steps in. You know you can have a little but of junk food in moderation without hindering your goals, but what about alcohol? Thankfully, there are a myriad of hacks
For some, social distancing means staying home alone. For others, it means having a quarantine party with friends and family. Regardless of your plans, you can stock up on alcohol (and toilet paper) and sip on these quarantine-inspired beverages: THE QUARANTINI A new spin on a yellow fever, the quarantini is a combination of sweet
A Bud Light belongs in everyone’s hand. Everywhere. This beloved beer has been a favorite since 1982, when Anheuser-Busch released their newest beer in 40 states. It quickly became the best-selling beer brand in the country, and is still today, one of the biggest sellers worldwide. Bud Light has always been a trailblazer in the
If there’s one thing you need to do before Valentine’s Day it’s update your drink cart. A drink cart is one of the trendiest ways to serve up drinks in 2020. Mini bars are great, but drink carts are simply cuter. Whether you have a few guests over for V-day or you’re just treating the
Roses are red and violets are blue, but the only drinks you should be enjoying this Valentine’s Day are pink. Get into the holiday spirit by making any of these pretty in pink cocktails, and you’re sure to feel in love almost instantly. Rose Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas These mimosas are as cute and fluffy
Most people don’t just like tequila, they love it— and with good reason. This Mexico- native alcohol is the key to some of our favorite alcohol concoctions. While it has transformed into new flavors over the years, it is still the same tequila you know and love, and here’s why: • It just tastes good.
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