Outbound: Lies, biofuels, cheap nights out, and orgies. Or beer.
- Via the Atlantic: Bartenders are liars, but it's not their fault.
Because, as a profession, we're never willing to let the truth get in the way of a good story.
- Via lots of places: super whisky biofuel to power cars.
There are a lot of jokes about heavily-peated malts I could make right now that might not be entirely fair.
- Via The Awl: The good news about old age (for drunks).
Short version: getting wasted is gonna cost way less.
- Via Edible Geography: The peope of Bushwick vs. fizzy drinks.
Examining the pros and cons of a tax on sodas. In related news, Edible Geography is consistently awesome.
- Via Gizmodo: Orgies or beer? You only get one.
Apparently, early man's shift from a nomadic, hunter-gatherer existence to a sedentary, agricultural society runs contrary to our genetic tendency towards sexual novelty. The beer part? Do we need an excuse to include beer?
- Via GOOD: How can we fix the restaurant industry?
Unless they have a TV show, a couple of books, and their name above the door, chefs tend to get a raw deal in terms of wages and hours worked. Unfortunately, recognizing that there's a problem isn't the same as solving it.
- Via GOOD: Your Extra Virgin Olive Oil is lying to you. It's not its first time.
- Via American Drink: When branding executives make drinks.
Bonus point for a hand-drawn dinosaur.