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Dave McLean, owner and brewmaster of San Francisco's Magnolia Pub and Brewery, demonstrates the proper way to enjoy a beer. "We usually mindlessly open our beers and pour them, and don't think too much about it," he says.
Wine writer Alice Feiring defines her idea of natural wine: minimal use of sulfur, no nutrients, no enzymes, no flavors.
Wine comes from grapes, Feiring says, not sulfur or additives.
Best-selling author and physicist Leonard Mlodinow discusses the ways that the power of expectation applies to wine. Red dye can deceive even the most experienced connoisseur, and a false $10 price tag on a $90 bottle of wine can manipulate a test subject's reaction.
Radley Balko argues that while Prohibition will not be reinstated, policy makers are finding subtle ways to restrict alcohol consumption via blanket proposals.
He says the proposals are instated through laws against underage drinking and drunk driving and ultimately infringe upon legal drinking.
Dr. Clare Gerada says the UK is "sleepwalking" into a public health disaster and suggests a national alcohol policy that addresses advertising, access, and affordability.
The late Vanity Fair columnist and alcohol enthusiast Christopher Hitchens shares a passion with the best dictators of the Middle East.
New York Times columnist David Carr shares his experience with an alcohol relapse 14 years into his recovery from addiction to crack. Carr says he thought, "You know, I wonder what would happen if I poured whiskey all over this?"
Conservative journalist and satirist P.J. O’Rourke offers an original solution to teenage drunk driving -- drug legalization.