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For some craft beer drinkers, less can mean more

Colleen C. Myles, Texas State University My prepandemic summers were always packed with travel – trips to Europe for...

Alcohol companies make $17.5 billion a year off of underage drinking,...

David H. Jernigan, Boston University CC–BY–ND. Alcohol is still the most commonly used drug among high...

The icy backstory to that ‘clink clink’ you’ll hear when raising...

Tulasi Srinivas, Emerson College If ever there was a year to toast drawing to an end, it’s 2020. Over the festive period, people around the...

Brewing Mesopotamian beer brings a sip of this vibrant ancient drinking...

Tate Paulette, North Carolina State University It’s been about five months since I set foot in a bar. Like many of you navigating life in...

Hangovers happen as your body tries to protect itself from alcohol’s...

Daryl Davies, University of Southern California; Joshua Silva, University of Southern California, and Terry David Church, University of Southern California Debaucherous evening last night? You’re...

What makes wine dry? It’s easy to taste, but much harder...

Aude Watrelot, Iowa State University When you take a sip of wine at a family meal or celebration, what do you notice? First, you probably note...

Brain activity predicts which mice will become compulsive drinkers

Cody A. Siciliano, Vanderbilt University Some individuals consume alcohol their entire adult life without developing an alcohol use disorder. Others, however, quickly transition to compulsive...

3 questions about vodka, answered

Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University Towards the end of Ian Fleming’s spy novel “Dr. No,” James Bond orders a vodka dry martini – “Shaken and...

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