The following infographic from LoveAntiques.com entitled, “An A-Z of Forgotten Cocktails” includes all you need to learn more about your favorite cocktails, some present and some long forgotten.
Are you tired of cocktails that cost as much as a bottle of liquor at home? Check out the following guide to affordable mixology put together by the folks at Affordable-Online-Colleges.net.
In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom, in water there is bacteria.” Wise words from Benjamin Franklin. Throughout history, the golden nectar has inspired countless writers and artists to wax lyrically about its transformative effects…and often its physically transformative after-effects. Loveholidays.com has gathered together some of the most hilarious and jaw-dropping facts about beer
Whiskey is perhaps one of the most favored types of alcohols in the world. Commonly made from fermented grain mash and aged in wooden casks, this timeless beverage has a rich history and continues to develop with modern preferences. This infographic covers an array of topics that all have to do with this distinguished type of alcohol including its’ extensive history, popular drink recipes for all types of occasions and tons of interesting facts!
Drug addiction is a major overarching health concern in the United States with an estimated nine percent of Americans over the age of 12 being illicit drug users. Marijuana contributes the largest number of drug users with psychotherapeutics and cocaine ranking as the second and third most common. Alcohol treatment was the number one most common reason patients received drug treatment in 2012, with pain relievers and marijuana at second and third, and cocaine at fourth.
It’s a Friday night or a Tuesday night. Work is over and now what do you do? Grab a glass of wine of course! For the girls in the room…wine is all about staying classy, fun, and healthy.
What’s the difference between bourbon and whiskey? Well, all bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
Frank Zappa famously quoted “You can’t be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline. It helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer.” Now, I’m not necessarily suggesting for one minute that this is true but this illustration certainly seems to resonate with Franks famous wit.
Bourbon has been around for a while, and has quite a few toastworthy moments. Check out the infographic below presented by Four Roses Bourbon to learn about some of bourbon’s history.
American’s are wine lovers, that’s for sure. They now make up the largest wine market in the world. Check out the infographic below presented by SpareFoot to learn more about America’s love of vino.
Oftentimes, relapse seems like a revolving door – an endless cycle of addiction, intervention, treatment, recovery, and relapse. The vicious cycle begins again. But why does it have to be that way? Why can’t your friend, child, or relative just quit? Learn more about this issue in the following infographic from Clarity Way.
There is no doubt that over the years, you have learned some incorrect or misleading information about the beer that you drink. It’s nearly impossible to avoid with so many sources throwing their product at you to get you to buy from them. Well it’s time you learn what the truth is behind all of the myths. Check out this infographic from Karl Strauss to see what is really going on with your beer and how to enjoy in the best way possible.
The folks at Lemonly have put together an informative infographic that will teach you everything you ever needed to know about Tequila. For example, did you know legit tequila is never, ever bottled with a worm? Or do you know how long it takes a blue agave plant to mature to make tequila? You’ll learn it all here and be a tequila know-it-all.
One in 10 Americans are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. But how does this happen? Check out the infographic below presented by BestRehabCounselingDegrees.com to learn about how our brains react to drugs and addiction.