Category: Boozin'

4 Reasons Jalen Rose's Drunk Driving Apology was Laughably Bad

That totally makes sense. And it saves me time because my first question was going to be, "Will your alibi be, 'Someone kidnapped my family and told me that I'd never see them again unless I bonged 6 beers in 15 minutes with some girls at Outback Steakhouse and then immediately drive away drunk. So I did it. That being said, I'd also like to add that I'd like this legal matter to hang over my head for quite some time before I get it resolved.'?". But that sentence cleared it up.
Drunk driving. Classy. His full speech:   “Although I was not feeling impaired, the results of these tests indicate that my blood alcohol level was above the legal limit. “I regret the decision to drive home that evening and am grateful that no one was hurt in the accident. I apologize to my family, my... Read more »

Help Japan While Drinking: 3 Ways to Enjoy Sake While Contributing to Japan's Economy

Holy Moly that is alcoholy. Much like why I dislike Vernor's Ginger Ale- it makes me cough before it even gets to my mouth. I'm gonna let it cool a bit longer. *Time Elapsed* Ok, it's now warm, and no longer hot. It's great. It's more floral and complex. I would think sake critics must warm it to really evaluate it. You'd really want to smell this before you drink it. Highly enjoyable.<p><p><p><p> While warm may not be the most fun or freewheeling way to drink this- I can see why it is recommended. If nothing else- I'd recommend that every time you open a bottle of sake (don't forget you can help Japan simply by buying sake!) to pour a shot-glass-worth of it into a coffee mug and microwaving it for a bit and drinking it warm. Even if you drink the rest chilled, you'll know what to expect- muted though the flavors may be from the warmed test. This would be the ideal drink to drink while watching baseball playoffs. It'll warm you on an October night with the windows open; it will intrigue you and keep you tasting and evaluating it, and again, it won't make you feel lethargic at work the next day like beer or dark liquor will.
If you’re out tonight at a bar or liquor store and can’t decide between beer, wine or liquor- why not try a Japanese sake, teach yourself something new and help a devastated nation at the same time? The other night at Binny’s I bought a 750 mL bottle of of Fu-ki Sake for $12.23 after... Read more »