Are you ready for St. Patrick's Day? Are you looking for the closest pub that will be open, or how about a classic Irish drink, or how to make corned beef? Where do you go for answers? Well, 'The Google,' of course!
Portland Maine has been named the #1 to city in the ‘world’ for craft beer. The website Matador Network which says it’s the world’s largest independent travel publisher pick Portland.
I found an article that caught my eye on the website onlyinyourstate.com. It ranked the top ten drunkest counties in Maine. In recent data, Maine sits near the top in alcohol consumption nationwide. These rankings are based from data from County Health Rankings and Roadmaps and their look at those saying they engage in excessive drinking. They also used data of the highest number of bars per capit
A New Hampshire legislator is pushing to lower the drinking age to 18 with some restrictions.The bill would allow people 18-20 to drink beer or wine as long as they don't get drunk and they're with someone over the age of 21. It says the intent is so younger people will start drinking alcohol while under adult supervision.
Hangover songs provide an important purpose in country music. Sure, plenty of great songs focus on the partying, the raising cain, and of course, booze guzzling, but what happens after the dust settles? After the cab ride home and the crashing on a buddy's couch?
With the holidays here, we might partake in some of the holidays spirits. Let's face it, Americans like to drink. Thrillist.com has complied the least ranking the 50th states on how much we drink. So, where did Maine rank?
According to a recent study from 'Blowfish', a company that manufactures an hangover remedy, shows that Mainers take in more alcohol than any other state in the country. Wyoming, Alaska, Delaware and Washington D.C. finish out the top five.
All-righty-then, pass the Allen's. According to this survey from 'Blowfish for Hangovers', Maine is at the top of the list of states that drink the most. Maine is followed on the list by Wyoming, Alaska, Delaware and Washington D.C. But we are Mainers, we don’t complain about hangovers! Maine did NOT make the top five list of those who do whine about hangovers.
The University of Vermont did a study on drinking and how emotions lead people, both men and women, to drink. Overall, the study showed you can’t drown your sorrows in alcohol. Some people think they can improve their mood by drinking but the opposite is true.
We as American like beer! According to new figures from the Beer Institute, a national trade association, people of drinking age drank an average of 300 beers each last year. Mainers definitely did their part!
Did the janitor give you his keys so you can lock up after he goes home? Do you dream in spread sheets? Have you missed your kid scoring the game-winning goal because you were checking email on your phone?
Then, congratulations -- you may be a workaholic.