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Quench your quarantine needs with this roundup! Grab your favorite drink (mix a quarantini perhaps?) and sit back with these boozy literary posts. Cheers!  

 

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The Best Fictional Wines and Their Real World Counterparts

Reading can be thirsty work. Why not kick back and relax with a nice glass of wine? We've done hours of research (hiccup) on the best fictional wines and their real world counterparts. Bottoms up!

 

 

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Worst-Case Wednesday: How to Open a Bottle of Wine with a Broken Cork

Quarantining probably means you have wine in your house, and we're betting you've broke a cork or two. It happens. Never fear! The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Holidays has you covered.

 

 

Books as Beer Bottles

Social distancing can't stop us from collectively cracking open a bottle of beer and drinking together, alone in our own homes. So grab your favorite beer and—wait a minute, something's not right. These beer bottles seem to have something...literary going on.

 

 

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Beer in Literature: A Guide

Beer goes by many names: draft, libation, brewskie, and the list goes on. This beverage is so delicious that even fictional characters in literature can’t help but pour a cold one! Here’s our guide to the hoppiest and palest ales in books.

 

 

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Pairing an Adult Beverage with Your Kid's Meal

According to Wikipedia, an adult can achieve a blood alcohol level of .03 (or less) after consuming one alcoholic beverage. Said beverage would result in mild euphoria, relaxation and joyousness with little impairment to your judgment. After a long day, that sounds pretty good, right?  

So, it’s no surprise that many parents are opting to enjoy a glass of alcohol with dinner. But, many parents do not know how to properly pair their alcohol selections with the typical kiddie fare that may be on their dinner table.

Lucky for you, we've done the research...and included a handy chart for you to reference!


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