The Effects of Alcohol

By Brian Lemay 1 comment

Bad day at work. Kids running you ragged. Worried about your finances. It’s no wonder that stress relief is at the forefront of your mind at the end of the day. The problem is, when our alarm goes off the next morning, we’re often reminded of why instinctively reaching for the bottle at the end […]

You CAN Drink Alcohol And Take Antibiotics! DEBUNKED

By Brian Lemay 68 comments

Let me set the scene… You’re in the last week of a course of antibiotics, and there’s a big event coming up in your social calendar maybe a wedding, a birthday, table for one at Nando’s; Whatever it may be, it means heading out on the town for a night of partying. But unfortunately you’re […]

What Happens If You Drink Soda Everyday

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Remember drinking soda as a kid? It’s like beer for six year olds. There was sometimes nothing better than guzzling one down and riding your tricycle down the street on a caffeine high… That may have been just me, but man was soda awesome! If you drank soda as a child, chances are you still […]

What Does It Do? – Coke Vs Teeth Experiment

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Today, I’m going to try out an experiment and see what happens if you leave a tooth sat in a bottle of coca-cola. This is a front tooth or incisor tooth which fell out recently from the mouth of my 6 years old nephew and he kindly donated to this project. You can see it […]

Big Metal Bird Episode 7: Beverages

By Brian Lemay 2 comments

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in all my travels, getting through airports and to my final destination sure makes me thirsty. Serving the quality brand drinks people know and love on the ground is part of the United experience in the sky. And that unassuming little beverage cart does some serious heavy lifting. Think […]

Future of Food and Beverages Think Tank

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We’re on the verge of the fourth Industrial Revolution, and the food and beverage industry is being transformed like never before. Food, science, and technology are globally colliding, disrupting the way we produce, access, and consume our food. Entry barriers for new players are at an ultimate low. Local farmers now supply home delivery services. […]

Wine of Oblivion/ Der Wein des Vergessens

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This story is not only a thriller, but a true mystery too. One that takes place in Lower Austria where it’s not only the grapes that are being meticulously harvested, but also the research of Robert Streibel and Bernard Herrman. Wine of Oblivion is the name of the novel, and in it, the two authors […]

Last of the Summer Wine star Juliette Kaplan dies aged 80

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Juliette Kaplan, who played sharp-tongued Pearl Sibshaw in Last of the Summer Wine, has died of cancer at the age of 80Actress Juliette Kaplan, who played sharp-tongued Pearl Sibshaw in Last of the Summer Wine, has died of cancer at the age of 80 She appeared as the domineering wife in 226 episodes of the much-loved […]

Dying for a Drink: Alcoholic Needs Help to Get Sober

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We Tried Every Trader Joe’s Alcohol

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