In the June 6, 2011 edition of Bloomsberg Businessweek, there was yet another “Business and Drinking” related article in the Etc. section of the magazine that caught my eye. The title of this article is “The Slosh Pit”, and it deals with co-worker behavior at an after work […]
With the help of esteemed Scottish actor Brian Cox (the first man to play Hannibal Lecktor), our friends at Esquire have put together a series of videos that help guide us through
Thanks to a Thrillist email from just a few minutes ago, I now know about these very functional boardshorts that are designed to carry a 6-pack of your favorite canned beverage.
You can’t get blood from a stone but apparently you can squeeze Whiskey from wood according to the folks at Jim Beam. Is this clever marking, quality booze, neither, or both?
As you are well aware, the “It’s just the booze dancing…” crew is actively searching for the Great Summer Beer of 2011. Summer and cold beer go hand in hand. It quenches, it relaxes, and it tastes delicious. But what if you’re having a party and want to mix […]
For post #251, I thought it would be fun to look back at the first 250 posts and do a best/worst list in various categories. Here goes… Shortest and Lamest Posts: Whisky Education and Something To Look Forward To… Funniest Posts: Esquire Rule No. 706 and My, that’s a […]
I like my Whisk(e)y with a little ice or “on the rocks”. I have a ton of “rocks” glasses but I don’t have any glasses made from rock. I may have to correct that with this new Booze Gadget.
It’s another wrap-up to a beautiful weekend (or start to a new week). Me and the boys (LimpD and G-lo) connected for a session on the deck with some new brews. They included:
The Etc. section of the May 9,2011 issue of Bloomberg Business featured the flowchart shown above. The purpose of this flowchart is to help you decide what to drink when out
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all the Moms out there (especially the “Mrs. Booze Dancers”). We hope you have a wonderful day with your kids and family.