Here’s The Perfect Cocktail To Bid Adieu To Summer

For many, Labor Day weekend signals the last hurrah. The end of summer. The beginning of fall. The start of a new school year. For the rest of us, it signals another reason to drink.

Say Good-Bye To Summer In Style With These DIY Wine Coolers

Since their heyday in the '80s, wine coolers left the market entirely or been replaced with horrific mixtures of malt liquor and artificial flavoring.

God Help Us All: Starbucks Baristas Brace For Impending PSL Season

That jug of Pumpkin Spice Latte in its most concentrated form sparked something inside Starbucks baristas — that was a mix of PTSD and nope.

The Awesome Health Benefits Of Raw Cannabis Explained

Normally the dried and cured marijuana is consumed. But have you ever thought of consuming raw cannabis? Its taste? Its benefits?

Millennial Pink Gin: The Newest Craze That’s Not New At All

The original incarnation of the Pink Gin was developed in the mid-1800’s in England by collegians dissatisfied by the flavor normal gin.

Have A ‘What About Barb?’ Shot At This ‘Stranger Things’ Bar In Chicago

If you are a die hard "Stranger Things" fan, you don't have to wait until October 27, when Season 2 arrives on Netflix. Hit this bar in Chicago.

This Guy Used Mayo In His Coffee And Twitter Was Not Having It

If you found yourself with a hot cup of coffee and no creamer, would you A) drink it black B) not drink it at all or C) add an egg-based condiment.

3 Whiskeys Perfect For Watching The Solar Eclipse

The 2017 solar eclipse, which takes place on Monday, August 21 is almost here. Cue crazy crowds stocking up on essentials like food, and (duh) whiskey.

If You Like Skunky Beer, You’ll Love SuperCritical

If, like me, you are the type of person who enjoys to unwind with a cold brew and a few hits of marijuana, you will be drooling over this skunky beer.

Your New Favorite Summer Drink: Cranberry Cannabis Cocktail

They are a quintessential New England staple. Cranberries are found in shallow, brackish water, waist deep at most, floating just below the surface.