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Yes, that man extremely intoxicated. There’s also a fence in his way and it’s causing him a lot of trouble, but a charitable individual shows him the secret of the rusty green fence and everything ends on a happy note. Yay!

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So, ask yourself: What’s the most popular beer in your hometown? Do you think you know the answer for sure?

Well, now you can double-check with this new map that highlights where regional beers are the most popular in the U.S. You might be a bit surprised by what you find out. For instance, did you know that people still drink Olympia beer? I had no clue!

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As a Browncoat, I love this Serenity Sake because it feels like a perfect fit for the ‘Verse. It evokes the Chinese influence within Firefly and it’s also just really shiny.

It’s made of microwave and dishwasher safe white porcelain and in stock now.

Product Page ($15 Sake Bottle/ $15 One Pair Sake Cups)

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The time for beer is approaching. Very, very soon.

(via Cheezburger)


A new Star Trek-themed dunkelweizen (or dark wheat) beer called Klingon Warnog is set to beam down to stores near you. It will be the first Star Trek beer to be available commercially here in the States.

It’s brewed by Indiana-based Tin Man Brewery for the Federation of Beer–the Federation was also behind the Vulcan Ale, which came out last year.

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Jack Daniel’s Tennesse Fire Whiskey adds extra burn with the addition of red hot cinnamon liqueur to their Jack Daniel’s Old #7 Whiskey.

Enticing to all the senses, the aroma of fiery spice blends with the mellowness of Jack Daniel’s and a hint of red hot cinnamon. The result is a sweet, hot cinnamon kick that complements the smooth and delicious taste of Jack Daniel’s, giving you a unique finish full of unmistakable character.

This is a limited edition test run and will be available starting in April, but only in Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

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You’ve probably heard about them in passing, but much like unicorns and talking dogs, you’ve never actually seen one. I’m talking about, of course, those Starbucks that actually serve booze.

The company has been testing it out for the past few years, starting in 2010: Currently, only a few locations across the country serve alcohol. But Starbucks’ COO Troy Alstead mentioned in an interview with Bloomberg that the alcohol program (which features tasty snacks like bacon-wrapped dates paired with adult beverages such as Malbec and Chardonnay wines) has been successful so far. When locations start to offer the program, “there’s a meaningful increase in sales during that time of the day,” said Alstead.

Of the 11,000 Starbucks in the U.S., only 40 serve alcohol. Alstead is hoping to bring that number up to several thousand in the near future–but the COO cautions that it could take some time to expand the program effectively. Also, some Starbucks’ locations work better than others when it comes to serving booze (think areas with nightlife scenes, etc.), so if you’re hoping to score some vino at your local Starbucks sometime soon, you had better live in a happening part of town.

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Even superheroes need to blow off a little steam, and St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect excuse. Watch as they all get together in a bar full of green-clad revelers, and see which heroes can hold their liquor and which ones might be in trouble. Supervillains, this could be your perfect opportunity to conquer the planet.

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Now you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without even having to head down to the local bar thanks to these alcohol-infused marshmallows.

Irish Cream is loaded with the sweet taste of Bailey’s Irish Cream. Irish Coffee features a blend of fresh coffee, a splash of whiskey and a drop of vanilla. And our Guinness marshmallows are made with Guinness Stout and finished with a roll of crushed pretzels.

They come in packs of three with 16 of each flavor. These could be just the thing to hide in your desk for those rough Monday mornings.

Product Page ($22 Uncrate via Food Beast)


Redditor MaxViren came across a picture of his friend’s baby dressed up as… well, the kid kind of looks like a bowtie-wearing bartender, right? Anyway, sensing that he’d stumbled upon some Internet comedy gold, he posted the picture above. Then another Redditor decided to up the ante by posting the pic to Reddit’s photoshopbattles forum with the headline “Baby Bartender.” The results were spectacular, to say the least.

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