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< Monday 9 January 2017 >

5 Amazing Health Benefits of Apricot Juice

Apricot lovers from all over the world observe International Apricot Day every year on January 9th.

 

This Apple Watch accessory tracks how drunk you are

The ability to see  how drunk you are in any given situation could certainly come in handy when it’s time to decide if you’ll be having ‘just one more’ drink.

 

When should you put wine in your refrigerator?

The general rule that most of us follow when it comes to drinking wine is that white and rose wines should be served chilled and red wines should be served at room temperature.

 

Booze-infused Apricots with Biscotti and Cream

Sweet, boozy apricots with nutty pistachios and crunchy biscotti…a match made in heaven!

 

Polly Wants A Pilsner

Hop City Brewery’s Polly Want A Pilsner has recently materialize online as a clip of a real polly opening a beer with it’s beak.

 

Bumper Tourist Season for Simonsig as Visitors Taste, Look and Buy

Top image caption: Denzel Swarts, tasting room manager at Simonsig

 
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How to Open a Beer Bottle with a Lighter

A lack of a bottle opener can ruin any party. Unless, of course, you know how to wield a lighter in its stead.

 

Fun Ways to Repurpose Your Wine Corks

Throw them at weddings, stuff them into a hole in your wall as an added layer of insulation, and other creative ideas.

 
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Hollywood’s drunkest night? The Golden Globes 2017 parties in pictures

 

Forget Dry January. Drinking in pub with friends is good for you, says Oxford University 

For the stoic souls participating in Dry January the local pub might seem like a den of temptation which is best avoided.

 

London bar installs world’s first tap-and-pay beer pump

Technology devised by Barclaycard aims to reduce queueing times by letting customers serve and pay for their own drinks