Earlier this year, there began a drum beat to ban drinks advertising. There was the Washington Post, which ran an article titled, “For women, heavy drinking has been normalized. That’s dangerous.” To ensure readers were sufficiently panicked, they included “Nine charts that show how white
Then check out http://www.DrinksReform.org, and please follow DrinksReform.org on Twitter and Facebook. DrinksReform.org is building a movement of bartenders, brewers, distillers, vintners, retailers, restaurateurs, and more. As the Lorax long ago explained: Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
We caught this C. Wiltberger, Jr. map at the always fascinating Futility Closet. Classic!
This early 20th century bottle was on display at the Shriver House Museum in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Note that the label boasts the quality of this whiskey is assured thanks to the National Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906. Hitherto,
Oh, the dark irony of it all. The man atop the Prince George County board that plops out all sorts of rules to curb consumer access to drink has…. yes, resigned because he dove to deep into his cups. The
December 5 was Repeal Day. Eighty-three years have passed since that dreadful social experiment, Prohibition, was killed. We think we are living in strange times — but what a weird era that was. Politics makes strange bedfellows, and what an