Category: Alcohol

Should Grocers Sell Liquor (Distilled Spirits)? It’s a Food.

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Should grocers sell liquor (spirits)? French grocery stores sell beer, wine and spirits, which is a logical place to purchase these products. Wine, beer and spirits are all foods. Both custom and food law in the Western World recognize them as foods. So it’s natural to sell them along with other foods, both in grocery …

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Cooking with Liquor or Spirits (Rum, Whiskey, Tequila, Brandy, Gin, Etc.)

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Many people cook with wine. However, cooking with liquor or spirits adds exciting new dimentions to food. Spirits give different flavors to dishes, making them more interesting. As the alcohol evaporates, their essences are concentrated. Their sugars also become carmelized. And, of course, nothing compares to the excitement of a flambed dish! All of the …

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The American Whiskey Trail (A Top Travel Destination)

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The American Whiskey Trail provides an educational journey into the history and cultural heritage of distilled spirits in America. It includes historical sites and operating distilleries that are open to the public for tours. Frommer’s has rated the American Whiskey Trail one of the top travel destinations. “We picked the American Whiskey Trail because it …

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Weird Alcohol Laws Across the Entire US (Weird Drinking Laws)

Weird alcohol laws exist across the US. They often reflect the effects of our long and powerful the temperance movement. Many are also result from conflicting economic interests. For example, reducing competition. As a result, states and other jurisdictions in the US often have conflicting laws.  For example, some require that the interior of public …

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The Human Body Produces Alcohol Naturally and Continuously

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Our body produces alcohol naturally. It doe so throughout our lives. And we don’t wait until age 21 in the US to make our own alcohol. Also it doesn’t matter what our religion teaches about alcohol. We still produce it. This process is endogenous ethanol production. It occurs 24 hours a day, seven days per …

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Drinking Jokes and One Liners (Fun Alcohol Humor)

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Here you’ll find drinking jokes and one liners. Enjoy and share your favorites with family and friends! A hamburger walks into a bar. The bartender says “We don’t serve food!” The hamburger says “That’s OK I just want a drink.” A screwdriver goes into a bar. The bartender says, “Hey, we have a drink named …

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Many Foods Contain Alcohol (Discover Which Ones Do!)

A surprising number of foods contain alcohol. However, the amount is usually quite low. You might also like to visit Alcohol in Cough Medicine and Other Over-the-Counter Medications. Fermented foods such as yogurt and baked goods (bread, rolls, etc.) contain alcohol. But so do fruits and fruit juices. And alcohol levels are higher as the fruit ripens …

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For Fun Prohibition Trivia, This is the “real McCoy”

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Prohibition brings to mind speakeasies, flappers, gangsters like Al Capone, and more. How much fun Prohibition trivia do you know? This is the place to learn some more. No alcohol means no crime, right? They were so convinced that alcohol was the cause of virtually all crime that, on the eve of Prohibition, some towns …

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American Alcohol Trivia (Fun Facts from Colonial Times)

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We might have dozed off in American history class. Teachers bored us with dates to memorize along with other boring facts. But our past is full of great American alcohol trivia. Like Drinking Puritans? The Puritans loaded more beer than water onto the Mayflower before they cast off for the New World. 1 There wasn’t …

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Alcohol Word Puzzle

Find the Alcohol Words T J H J J V S C O T C H C E C N Y X I H G U A L F Y O N F E A L O N G E V I T Y R G R D L R H J J R H …

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