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10 Great Movie Drunks

Beverage News

Ben Sanderson, Leaving Las Vegas
1. Ben Sanderson
Excellent portrayal of a drunken desperate man taking things to the ultimate end, I can say one thing for sure, at least he was following his dream.
Ben Sanderson – Nicolas Cage
Leaving Las Vegas (1995)

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The Passion of the Salamander


Psychedelic Week

Salamander Brandy

So I stumbled across an article by Ivan Valencic titled, Salamander Brandy: A Psychedelic Drink Made in Slovenia

The title pretty much says it all. During the fall in Slovenia, people get all psyched up to walk around the forest and hunt salamanders. See the full post »

4 comments 12.09.2008 |

Cooking with Alcohol: Holiday Recipes


Christmas Cookies

Alcohol really does make everything better. While you may want to drink it if you just lost your lover or your job, here are a few booze applications to make plates taste better this holiday season.

Rum Cookies: Idiot proof! Get a roll of pre-made cookie dough and mix 5oz. of rum into the dough. Then make your cookies. Rum cookies will make you look sophisticated for the women. See the full post »

7 comments 12.08.2008 |

What are the fine beverages in Raoul Duke’s suitcase in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”?

Other Beverage

Psychedelic Week

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

In Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Raoul Duke and his attorney are on the edge of the desert somewhere around Barstow and in the heart of bat country. When Duke pulls over to let his attorney do some driving, he pops the trunk to reveal his suitcase full of vices. There are three fine beverages in the suitcase. Can you name them all? See the full post »

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Three Floyds Brewing Co.


Alpha King

The first thing that I noticed when I visited the Three Floyds website was the green garden gnome, named Alpha King, throwing gang signs. This alone was intriguing enough to ensure that I continue my exploration of the Three Floyds website. Moving further into the depths of gnomism, I clicked the “Three Floyds goes on the road” link, and I then saw The Dark Lord label. I’ve been captivated by it since the first time I saw it, it reminds me of a Frank Frazetta painting, the Dark Lord standing over the slain and generally kicking ass. See the full post »

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Wine Mutineer and Beer Mutineer Head to the Pacific Northwest


Camp Mutineer: A Pacific Northwest Adventure

Wine Mutineer Alan Kropf and Beer Mutineer JJ Bagley are currently somewhere in the void between California and Washington as they make their pilgrimage to Seattle. The Mutineers will be living in Washington for six months as they explore the incredible fine beverage scene of the Pacific Northwest. Look forward to lots of great Pacific Northwest content!

Seattle, WA

75th Anniversary Since The Death of Prohibition

Beverage News

Prohibition Ends At Last

I am sure everyone is pleased to have reached yet another Friday, but what could make this Friday even better? How about the 75th anniversary since the United States has done away with the Prohibition.

Yes, that is right. December 5th, 2008 marks the day that we have thankfully, been without a law that prohibited alcohol. See the full post »

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Issue #3 Cover Mutineer, Gary Vaynerchuk, Appears on the CBS Early Show


Gary Vaynerchuck on Mutineer Magazine Issue 3 Cover

Gary Vaynerchuk appeared on the CBS Early Show to taste some wine with Harry Smith and talk about holiday wines. Gary doesn’t pull punches regarding pinot grigio, and has some ripping saxophone Christmas music in the background. Check it out. See the full post »

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