Anheuser-Busch recently filed paperwork with federal regulators for a new product: Bud Light Platinum. Why is it called Platinum? Because it’ll flatten ’em.
Thursday’s links, oddly enough, discuss Fridays.
Amy Winehouse’s death was a result of drinking too much alcohol, a coroner has said.
Cue the jokes about good things coming together.
Phusion Projects, the marketers of malt beverage Four Loko, have agreed to change their cans to settle claims of deceptive advertising with the Federal Trade Commission.
One of the 33 Chilean miners, who survived a ten-week underground ordeal that captured international attention and inspired a media frenzy, is being treated for alcohol addiction.
Ladies, are you looking for beer that you can enjoy without going against your gender-specific needs such as a love of pink and a hatred of calories? You’re in luck!
The guilt-free cocktail line contains “as few ingredients as possible.” But could one of them actually be cancer-causing?
Just as you were getting used to the look of that can of Bud, parent company Anheuser-Busch goes and changes it again.
The distillery is to be called Dark Corner, but this is one operation that no longer has to keep itself hidden in one.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation for Drug Addiction Therapy may become a reality if the singer’s father, Mitch, has anything to say about it.