The Strange History of Bottled Drinks Marketed to Dogs and Cats

We were thrilled to see wine made for cats the other day — but this wasn't the first time someone has marketed beer, wine or sodas aimed at your pet. Check out our gallery of the tastiest and wildest beverages for dogs and cats! » 10/18/13 3:00pm 10/18/13 3:00pm

How much alcohol is too much?

Located somewhere between the craggy cliffs of Raging Alcoholism and the tranquil (if a tad repressed) planes of Stone-Cold Sobriety roll the pleasantly sloping hills of Moderate Booze-Consumption. It's a nice, pleasantly buzzed place to visit – but getting there can be a little tricky. What does it really mean, after… » 9/10/13 12:20pm 9/10/13 12:20pm

You know Stark bannermen are hiding at your office when you see THIS

I don't know what's cooler: That someone drew such amazing Game of Thrones fan art at their office, or that the cleaning staff left it there when they erased everything else. There are a lot of Stark supporters lurking in corporate America. » 6/17/13 1:00pm 6/17/13 1:00pm

Archaeologists Mistake Viking Brewhouses For Bathhouses

For years, archaeologists studying Viking remnants and artifacts in Britain had assumed that certain stone structures were bathhouses, or a kind of primitive sauna. But a husband-and-wife team has now thrown this thinking into question by suggesting that they weren't bathhouses at all — that they were brewhouses where … » 1/18/13 8:40am 1/18/13 8:40am

Gimli-inspired beer helmet lets you binge drink like a Dwarf

If you love the convenience of the hands-free, dual beverage drinking hat, but you prefer tankards to plastic cups, Instructables user DucttapeNinja explains how to convert an ordinary drinking helmet into a medieval helm worthy of a true beer guzzling warrior. » 10/27/12 10:30am 10/27/12 10:30am

The new economics of getting sloshed: using game theory to choose your …

Bars across the country are implementing a market-based pricing algorithm that automatically adjusts the cost of drinks from minute-to-minute, based on the ordering trends of its patrons. If the bar is selling a lot of cocktail A, the price of that drink increases. If sales on beverage B are down, the cost of the… » 9/25/12 7:30am 9/25/12 7:30am

Drinking too much too fast? Check the shape of your glass.

Here's some barroom banter-material for the three day weekend: psychologists at the University of Bristol have shown that "young, healthy people" (students and faculty from the University) drank beer faster when it was served up in a curved flute glass (pictured on the right) than they did when it was served to them in a … » 8/31/12 9:46am 8/31/12 9:46am