Our nation’s seltzer obsession is showing no signs of abating, and at the front of the trend is La Croix, the ubiquitous, flavored fizzy water that people just can’t get enough of. You can enjoy La Croix all on its own, but why would you do that when you can pour some booze in there too?
“Ask a Former Drunk” is a five-part advice series running on Tuesdays. Read last week’s installment here.
Last year, I wrote a memoir about my long, tortured love affair with alcohol and my decision to quit at 35. The book was called Blackout. Since then, I’ve received mountains of correspondence from people who have their own complicated issues with alcohol, and each Tuesday, for the next four weeks, I’ll be answering…
A recent boom in the popularity of single malt Scotch whiskey is leading to a worldwide shortage, distilleries report. Now what will troubled businessmen sip while contemplating their troubles and staring longingly out skyscraper windows?
Finally, an important gender gap is closing. No, that that pesky pay gap, you know the one that will close in a short 118 years, but rather the alcohol gap. According to new numbers released by the National Institutes of Health, women are drinking more, while their male counterparts are drinking less. The trend is…
Get your cowbell ready, because some hardcore Will Ferrell fans decided to open up a themed bar in his honor. Stay Classy, New York, a new drinking spot on the Lower East Side, will feature artisan cocktails inspired by Ferrell’s most famous characters, reports Gothamist.
If you were an 18-year-old woman living in Illinois between the end of prohibition and 1961, you were legally free to enter a bar and order the drink of your choosing. If you were an 18-year-old man, you would not be afforded the same right.
What doesn’t Daytona Beach, Florida (America’s cultural capital) have to offer? If you said a gun range where you can shoot and get fucked up, you would now be wrong.
Booze and ice cream. Two of humanity’s greatest inventions, so why not combine them? As I discovered on a weekend trip to San Antonio recently, you can, and it’s magical. And while boozy ice cream is typically made with gelatin, if you’re willing to put in a little extra leg work, yours can be 100% vegetarian.
During the summer, New York City’s most wealthy and debauched will often escape the heat of the city by heading for East Hampton, bringing with them suitcases full of madras shorts, straw fedoras, and—most importantly—their shittiest behavior. Well, bad news for these dumb Gatsby wannabes: East Hampton Town Supervisor…
New Jersey resident Agnes Fenton celebrated her 110th birthday on Saturday (“just another day,” she said) and owes her extraordinary longevity to two things: Miller High Life and Johnnie Walker. DAMN, GIRL.
Is Wisconsin America’s drunkest state? Is Madeleine Davies, one of Jezebel’s multiple Wisconsin-born writers, drunk right now? The answer to both questions is a resounding yes!
It’s summer. You’re going to some festivals. You’ll be outside, at bars with patios, drinking. If you’re most people, no one ever told you how to drink well or right. Hey, no one told us. More often, people told us not to drink—ever—because it’s bad. But preaching booze abstinence works about as well as sex…